Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York Crack + Activator (Updated)

Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York presents the conflict between two vampiric factions: the traditionalist Camarilla and the fiercely independent Anarchs among the iconic landmarks and night lights of The Big Apple. It's a unique, atmospheric, single-player narrative experience,Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York presents the conflict between two vampiric factions: the traditionalist Camarilla and the fiercely independent Anarchs among the iconic landmarks and night lights of The Big Apple. It's a unique, atmospheric, single-player narrative experience, set in a rich, fully licensed, globally recognized universe of Vampire: The Masquerade 5th Edition. * Choose your character from one of several distinct Clans * Every playable character offers unique powers (Disciplines), different ethical approaches to certain issues, and dialogue lines * Character-oriented quests allow you to create your own coterie and shape your relations by reinforcing NPC loyalties * Highly replayable - choices made in the game are reflected by the game's changing fiction * Various endings depending on your actions - which conclusion will you reach? * Suitable for both Vampire: The Masquerade veterans, and fans of mature narrative-driven games who are newcomers to the setting… Expand
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Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
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Downloads 41
Genre Role-Playing, Adventure, Visual Novel, Western-Style
Players No Online Multiplayer
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Vampire: The Masquerade - Coteries of New York reviews ( 6 )

AlexRedfern, Jan 31, 2020

Of course it could be better. Not much choose options. Weird unexpected ending. Poor socialization option with other characters. Poor mechanics and only 3 clans available for player. But it's atmosphere and writing is perfect! I'm afraid it's developers just have not enough time, cause heavy artillery release was pretty close (originally, VtmB-2 release planned in q1 2020).

vampiric, Dec 12, 2019

It’s a really good game. Once you know it vn-ish type of game and you are ok with it then it’s really fun. The game is dialogue based and depending you’re your clan you can use special dialogue choices (disciplines). You chose which quest to peruse and with whom to form coterie. It have some initial bugs, yes but nothing game breaking. I hope more characters and quests will be added. I know it’s not Bloodlines but that itself is not a reason to hate it.

Moromete, Mar 26, 2020

There are some interesting characters and engaging side-quests but the main narrative is so railroaded and ends so abruptly that the game cannot make it engaging or satisfying once the entire narrative is experienced once. I initially planned two or even three playthroughs but after seeing the end once I no longer have any wish to try it again.

PEnchan707, Dec 16, 2019

TL;DR What's here is well done and is enjoyable to play through; wondering what's in store for all the characters you meet and how you will interact with them. However, it's so short and, in the end, unfulfilling that I felt like I'd wasted my time. It's like someone giving you a good book but halfway through you turn the page, eager to read on, only to realise the rest of the pages are blank. Ok, if you want more detail then here it is. The 5/10 score might indicate that this is a distinctly mediocre game, but that's not the whole picture. The trouble is that it's one of those mixed bag games where some elements shine and others fall flat. The main problem is that it's VERY short. This has a ripple effect that unfortunately washes over virtually every great aspect the game offers. For example, it has some tantalising characters that I wanted to discover more about. I wanted to have an impact on their part of the story and for them to have an impact on mine. I wanted to make hard decisions that would leave me wondering how it would effect my relationship with them. The game hints that many have much more under their surface to discover as the story unfolds. Several also have mini-stories to go through. The trouble is, the game ends before you actually develop any real sort of relationship with most of them. In fact, the main storyline can actually be moved forward without you realising how close you are to completing it, the result being you never get to finish some of the sideline stories. The game autosaves, so when you can't go back and try to complete them. The examples of characters never developing into anything are many. The character Mia hints that you will have to work hard to earn back her trust, she also suggests that maybe you can join her community at a later date. You never meet her again. Her boss suggests you may want to join them too. It makes you ponder a storyline that branches off and has you choosing sides midway, a situation that would make for two very different playthroughs. Well, you never make a choice about allegiance and most of the game is largely the same, as far as I know. The Sheriff has an interesting history to discover and it's hinted the two of you might either become allies or enemies. Or perhaps that you'll have tough decisions to make that'll put him in conflict with you, but maybe by that time you've earned his good graces by solving a problem he has. It sets up interesting possibilities except that, once again, you never see them again. It just happens over and over. The game simply starts lots of enticing, intriguing plotlines and character development that simply never goes anywhere. The main story ends abruptly, you never discover what happens to several of the main players or whether your choices effected things. In fact, you don't even really find out what happens to YOU, let alone anyone else. Speaking of choices, very few seem to make any difference. If I had to guess, the developers simply started an ambitious project but the scope was too much for their time and budget. I think the game was about 5 hours long but may be shorter for some people and it ends just when things get truly interesting and promise to expand. Just when the game should have really opened just fizzles out. The game also teaches you its one real gaming mechanic, 'the hunger', fairly early on. The game implies that you need to feed or else The Beast will take you over. Presumably this would lead to a Game Over screen. In practice, it's pretty much meaningless. You hardly ever need to feed and the game gives you opportunities on a fairly regular basis. I kept expecting the choices to become more difficult and complex, but it never happened. Things that can't be diminished though are the mostly well written passages and, especially, the beautiful, atmospheric artwork and ambient music. The latter two truly added to the game, so well done to those responsible :)

PHDIKOULAS, Dec 14, 2019

The only reason i put 3 on this other fantastic game is because a 2 hour game tops shouldn't cost 20 euros. In a nutshell, great awesome interesting story, great characters, game starts great, midgame is nowhere and the end comes abrupt. If you find it for 5 euros at some discount sale grab it,or if you are rich, Otherwise its 20 euros for 2 hours of game tops. Had the game not ended so abruptly and if it was 4-5 hours it would be a solid ten.

jseph1234, Apr 18, 2020

I brought this "game" believing it was a true Vampire the Masquerade game with at least some voice acting and some player choice and action. Its not. Its a bunch of text and no action but just some visual junk and long painted scenes with boring endless dialogue. The TRAILERS were more exciting than this "game" that is really just a damn motion comic! Can't refund it because I downloaded and I'm stuck with a sorry ass wannabe Vampire the Masquerade Book/Game!