Can you resist the bloodlust while playing? Find out in our review!
In the year 1890, vampires are ravaging the streets of Paris. These hideous monsters are disguised under a human masque. Using their familiar appearance the bloodsuckers stalk us at night and feast on our blood. The only things that can combat these vicious creatures are the hunters. These human and vampire hybrids fight for humanity while constantly battling their own bloodlust. The question is, should you fight the urge to download this title? Find out in our review.
Bloodmasque is a semi-open world RPG hybrid that literally places you into the role of a hybrid vampire hunter. The game features a Masque system where you create your hunter. You can choose form preset faces, but the real fun comes from using your own face to become the hunter. By simply snapping a picture with your camera enabled mobile device or uploading a photo, you can use your face to become the hunter. This mechanic worked a lot better then I thought and it was fun brining myself into the game. You can then edit your face and hair options. While the hair options and face models look like left over assets from THQ's bankruptcy, they are suitable for the job.
In Bloodmasque you share your time between a hunter headquarters and the streets of Paris. While at the headquarters you receive missions that move along the main narrative of the game. Here, you are focused on staking the King of Vampires. On the mean streets of Paris, you receive missions from the townspeople. This sounds fun, but how is the gameplay?