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Unofficial patch for Vampire: The Masquerade, updated version of HL2 mod Awakening, Paris Chase demo now available.
Though Troika is long gone, one very dedicated fan of Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines has continued to release unofficial patches for it to fix the multitude of bugs and imbalances present. The newest of these fan-made updates is now available, as is a demo for street racer Paris Chase and a new version of Awakening for Half-Life 2.
Guitar heroes have a chance to strut their stuff with the demo of upcoming band simulator Kudos: Rock Legend, and fans of Assassin's Creed can now download a screensaver and an icon pack. Free game Nexuiz has been updated to v2.3, Vanguard: Saga of Heroes UI mod Drox UI is now at v2.1, and Attack on Pearl Harbor can now decorate your desktop with a wallpaper pack.
- Paris Chase Demo
- Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines v3.6 Unofficial Patch
- Half-Life 2 Awakening v1.1 Mod
- Kudos: Rock Legend Demo
- Vanguard: Saga of Heroes Drox UI Mod
- Assassin's Creed Icon Pack
- Assassin's Creed Screensaver
- Attack on Pearl Harbor Wallpaper Pack
- Nexuiz Free Game
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Give us this guy's contact information! That he's still working on patches this long after Troika's gone under, we REALLY should shower this dude with thatnks!
Vampires is such an amazing game, and it shows with all the unofficial patches. You can grab it off of STEAM for 20 bucks, and it will keep you busy for a long time.
The Masquerade was one of the games I was so into it... So good. And full of bugs. Although I won't play it anymore, this patch is a good thing. No more torture...
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