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Vampire: The Masquerade - Shadows of New York

TitleVampire: The Masquerade - Shadows of New York
LengthShort (2 - 10 hours)
DeveloperDraw Distance
PublishersDraw Distance
Relations
Same series
Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of...
LinksWikipedia (en), Wikidata

Description

You’re a nobody. An outcast in your own vampiric sect. A political prisoner of no particular value. An immigrant who never found her roots in a city of immigrants. A chainsmoker whose favorite pastime is staring blankly at the streets through the windows of a fast food joint at 4AM. The sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach tells you that you’re doomed, and distorted voices from the shadows seem to agree. The curse of your clan makes interacting with everyday technology difficult. Dissociation is your natural state.

But when New York’s Anarch leader meets a gruesome end, out of all the bloodsuckers in the metropolis, you’re the one picked to investigate. Make no mistake: this is obviously a trap, yet another move in the horrible game of Jyhad, the eternal struggle for power between warring vampire generations. But you’re Lasombra, and if there’s one thing you know, it’s this: if the Ventrue Prince and her followers underestimate you, they’re going to deeply regret it.

[From Steam]

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By publicnuisance on 2020-10-11Vote: 8
<report>Shadows of New York will be enjoyable for anyone who liked Coteries of New York. It has a lot of the same strengths such as using the lore and universe of Masquerade; having great characters; giving you a lot of choices to make the character feel as your own; and having a great initial story. Like with Coteries though the story takes strange turns near the end that don’t quite feel like where it should have gone for me and left me a little unsatisfied. At first I felt like that I should have been given the option of which pivotal choice near the end to pick. I respect that the game is trying to say that you already made this choice based on your previous choices but I simply disagree with... Read more »
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