Nobody should get hate mail, but I’d mark your review as a C+. (I presume that, since you criticise other people’s work, you have no objections if your own efforts are likewise reviewed).
Like many reviewers, you waste your opening paragraphs on cute but irrelevant comments which have little or nothing to do with the game itself, but seem designed, as others have noted, to make you look good.
For instance: “When Troika released Bloodlines, most people saw a game… but not me. I know a social experiment when I see one.”
That’s a typically unfair comment. The game is a game, and while Goths might well like it, the game should be reviewed on it’s own merits. If you want to make shallow social comment, that should be done in a separate article.
The comment: "Also, apparently in vampire fashion there are no such things as top buttons on shirts. Seriously, people, button up your shirts. "
This strikes me as trying just a little too hard to find things not like. Your overall opinions of the modelling/artwork, though somewhat floridly expressed, are your subjective opinion and cannot be criticised as such.
I do agree though that you should mention bugs that you have personally experienced in your review. Perhaps you could junk the opening pars, and devote the space to giving concrete examples, that way people could look at the fix lists with the patches and see what’s already been addressed.
If you’re just reporting forum traffic in your comments about bugs, then you should also make this clear in your review.
Overall, I’d say your writing style was workmanlike, without reaching any great heights of fluency or expression.