“Vampire: the Masquerade Redemption” offers players the chance to take on the role of an ancient vampire in a world based on the White Wolf role-playing game line “World of Darkness.” Players strive to hold on to what little remains of their character’s humanity as he drinks blood, fights undead horrors and strives to understand the constant changes in human society that advance over the years. The game originally released in 2000 for the Windows 95 operating system, but also runs on later versions, including Windows XP.
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Insert the Redemption installation disc into your disc drive. If you have purchased a version of the game from an online retailer, download the files to your hard drive instead.
Double-click on the game’s icon in either your CD drive or file directory. This brings up a selection of options for the game.
Click “Install.” The game’s installer copies all of the necessary files to your Windows XP Program Files directory.
Right-click the “Redemption.exe” file once set-up has completed.
Select “Properties” from the Windows XP selection menu.
Choose “Run in Compatibility Mode for Windows 95” from the list of options on the selection menu.
Click “OK.” This completes the installation and allows Windows XP to recognise that the game creators matched the game with an earlier version of windows. Compatibility mode helps to eliminate operating system conflicts with “Vampire: the Masquerade Redemption.”
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