After having been turned into a vampire without the permission of the local vampire prince, you and your sire are brought to trial before the Los Angeles Camarilla, an organization of vampires dedicated to enforcing the Masquerade, the code of laws keeping the existance of vampires secret from the mortal world. Although Prince Sebastian LaCroix executes your sire, an outburst from Anarch leader Nines Roderiguez convinces him to spare your life. After initially sending you on a successful mission to destroy a Sabbat warehouse in Santa Monica, LaCroix begins to see your worth and enlists your aid in finding the Ankaran sarcophagus, which may hold the remains of an ancient vampire and give power to the one who possesses it.
Did You Know?
Although the game "went gold" in early October, "Bloodlines" could not be released before Valve's Half-Life 2
(2004) because both games made use of Valve's new graphics engine technology and Valve wanted their own game to debut first. This enabled Troika Games to work on a "Bloodlines" patch, fixing a number of game issues, which was then integrated into the duplication master before the game was shipped in mid-November. Therefore, Version 1.1 was the version that first shipped. See more
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.
Where did i park my car again? Oh wait - I don't even have a car, dude!
The opening cut scene, showing the execution, is a random element and never plays the same twice. Different vampire characters are seen in the audience (alongside the major characters), and sometimes the beheading will actually be shown, while other times a closeup of Velvet Velour looking away is shown instead. See more
Written by Marco Coti Zelati, Cristina Scabbia
(as Christina Scabbia) and Andrea Ferro
Performed by Lacuna Coil
Courtesy of Century Media Records See more