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  • TacticalZombehTacticalZombeh Member UncommonPosts: 372

    EMoney said:



    bcbully said:





    Ronald88 said:



    Will there be a multiplayer mode ? 
    Any information about that ?














    Bump







    Really? It's a single player RPG.



    If someone came out with a new and interesting solitaire game, there are people who would bitch that it didn't include multiplayer.
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  • NildenNilden Member EpicPosts: 3,115
    Ok well my excitement is about on par with making Minecraft 2 and having the wood and sand blocks as DLC.

    Does this have a cash shop?

    Oh Joy for modern gaming.

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  • NibsNibs Member UncommonPosts: 287
    Nyctelios said:
    Neoyoshi said:

    OG_Zorvan said:


    Ronald88 said:

    Will there be a multiplayer mode ? 
    Any information about that ?


    Hope not.



    I agree, The first game didn't have Multiplayer, why should this one?
    The first game, Redemption, had multiplayer and it was a blast. A quasi Neverwinter dungeon master mode.

    Yes, bloodlines 2 needs multiplayer. Can you imagine what modding and private online RP servers with some tools for dungeon master would do to the game's longevity?

    Ignoring that possibility is a missed opportunity in my opinion.
    This is Bloodlines 2, a sequel to Vampire: The MasqueradeBloodlines, which did NOT have multiplayer. This is not a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption, a totally different game which DID have multiplayer.
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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,967
    edited May 2019

    Samhael said:



    Xarko said:


    There are two things missing in this trailer.






    I guess they don't want us to play slutty looking undead cheerleaders?



    I was looking through the pre-order page and saw this, 'Jeanette Outfit.'

     I see it will be for sale at GoG, good.

    @Azarhal
    How much is the season pass if you wanted to get it later?
    24 hour early access?
    Is there a site forum for the game?
    Post edited by Octagon7711 on

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  • blamo2000blamo2000 Member RarePosts: 1,047
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    Torval
  • SovrathSovrath Member LegendaryPosts: 28,645
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    How is it not Bloodlines 2? Other than location of course.
    Torval
  • NildenNilden Member EpicPosts: 3,115
    So your going to have to wait for DLC for 2 of the clans but they are going to include pronouns for character creation.

    Oh boy. Might as well be an Epic exclusive as well. Throw a cash shop on it. Get political, some nice identity politics. SMH


    Yeah I'm gonna bet that the 2004 game ends up being better. ugh

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  • Octagon7711Octagon7711 Member LegendaryPosts: 8,967
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    I think it's really to early to tell what type of game it will be.  Need to see the UI, how combat works, and a lot more details on the story.

    So far they are checking all the boxes for resent games, season pass offered.  Three tier pre-order.  Additional clans to be added.  Headstart.  Did they mention alpha and beta testing yet?
    TorvalScot

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  • azarhalazarhal Member RarePosts: 1,399

    Samhael said:



    Xarko said:


    There are two things missing in this trailer.






    I guess they don't want us to play slutty looking undead cheerleaders?



    I was looking through the pre-order page and saw this, 'Jeanette Outfit.'

     I see it will be for sale at GoG, good.

    @Azarhal
    How much is the season pass if you wanted to get it later?
    24 hour early access?
    Is there a site forum for the game?
    No idea of the season pass cost. Paradox set up an official sub-forum on their forums: https://forum.paradoxplaza.com/forum/index.php?forums/vampire-the-masquerade-bloodlines-2.1039/
  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,505
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
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  • NildenNilden Member EpicPosts: 3,115
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
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  • PalebanePalebane Member RarePosts: 3,930
    edited May 2019
    No reason for me to care anymore w/o Nosferatu. Ah well

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  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,505
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    TacticalZombehTorval

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  • blamo2000blamo2000 Member RarePosts: 1,047
    Sovrath said:
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    How is it not Bloodlines 2? Other than location of course.
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    I think it's really to early to tell what type of game it will be.  Need to see the UI, how combat works, and a lot more details on the story.

    So far they are checking all the boxes for resent games, season pass offered.  Three tier pre-order.  Additional clans to be added.  Headstart.  Did they mention alpha and beta testing yet?

    There are combat videos out.  I read some developer post things too.  From the videos and what I took away from the posts it seems like VtMB was an inspirational source, like the WoD rulebooks.  They want to make a Bloodlines game, not Bloodlines 2, in my opinion.  

    If this is their sincere attempt at a Bloodlines 2, then I think we view Bloodlines 1 very, very differently.  The whole point, the reason, of what VtMB was trying to do.  I am not talking story-wise, or combat-wise.  I am talking mechanic-wise and rpg philosophy/approach-wise.  

    I didn't really care for VtM: Redemption.  I Loved VtM:B, but if it was called Redemption 2 I would have had an issue with it (but still loved it).  

    Troika was hands-down my favorite game developer.  FO 1/2 (non-Troika of course but same main guys), Arcanum, ToEE, Bloodlines are all on my favorite games list and I've put countless hours in each.  I think the very core of each is to simulate a p&p rpg experience where you have a blank book your character(s) fill.  They simulate story creation.  The same approach will be seen in Outer Worlds.  

    From the videos I saw this game will have better combat than VtMB.  But I feel, from what I saw, it is going for story narration with limited, formulaic choices, with an rpg system geared towards console players.  Heavy story narration may win acclaim and awards (and probably sales), but that is a completely different philosophy than Troika had.  Modern, console rpg systems and very limited formulaic choices may do the same acclaim and awards wise, but is not the Troika philosophy.

    They describe some abilities and show some in use in the combat videos.  I have seen the character page so I don't have details on the overall rpg system.  I would love it if they went super deep (far deeper than VtmB) with the new WoD edition.  But that's not what I got from the limited info I do know.  

    Could I be wrong about everything?  Certainly.  They could want to make an actual Troika-philosophy accurate VtMB 2.  I just don't see it.  No more than I saw FO 3 being faithful to the sprit and point of FO 1 and 2.  

    I could end up loving it.  I'm keeping an open mind but I have little hope.    
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  • TorvalTorval Member LegendaryPosts: 20,010
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    Those articles were a little fluffy but they had some good detail and they sparked some good questions by yourself and some others familiar with the IP. I haven't played the PnP or VtMB so I wouldn't have gotten any of the Thinblood implications and questions brought up.

    It's dangerous to put out too much inspirational hype info. I have a vivid imagination and it never ends up how I imagine. It's always smaller than what I thought it would be and that's disappointing. I think it would be better to go in blind and just discover it. That ship has probably sailed.
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  • TorvalTorval Member LegendaryPosts: 20,010
    blamo2000 said:
    Sovrath said:
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    How is it not Bloodlines 2? Other than location of course.
    blamo2000 said:
    This is a game I will buy and play (and hopefully enjoy). But at this point it is pretty clear it isn't Bloodlines 2. I wish they would have given it a different title, like VtM: Bloodlines - Some Subtitle. That way it is clear it may share the same setting as VtMB and be "inspired" by the same rpg system, but have no relation other than that.

    I'm not saying this will be bad (or good). I hope its good. I hope I enjoy it. I just have no hope at all it will give me anything close to the experience of the original Bloodlines.
    I think it's really to early to tell what type of game it will be.  Need to see the UI, how combat works, and a lot more details on the story.

    So far they are checking all the boxes for resent games, season pass offered.  Three tier pre-order.  Additional clans to be added.  Headstart.  Did they mention alpha and beta testing yet?

    There are combat videos out.  I read some developer post things too.  From the videos and what I took away from the posts it seems like VtMB was an inspirational source, like the WoD rulebooks.  They want to make a Bloodlines game, not Bloodlines 2, in my opinion.  

    If this is their sincere attempt at a Bloodlines 2, then I think we view Bloodlines 1 very, very differently.  The whole point, the reason, of what VtMB was trying to do.  I am not talking story-wise, or combat-wise.  I am talking mechanic-wise and rpg philosophy/approach-wise.  

    I didn't really care for VtM: Redemption.  I Loved VtM:B, but if it was called Redemption 2 I would have had an issue with it (but still loved it).  

    Troika was hands-down my favorite game developer.  FO 1/2 (non-Troika of course but same main guys), Arcanum, ToEE, Bloodlines are all on my favorite games list and I've put countless hours in each.  I think the very core of each is to simulate a p&p rpg experience where you have a blank book your character(s) fill.  They simulate story creation.  The same approach will be seen in Outer Worlds.  

    From the videos I saw this game will have better combat than VtMB.  But I feel, from what I saw, it is going for story narration with limited, formulaic choices, with an rpg system geared towards console players.  Heavy story narration may win acclaim and awards (and probably sales), but that is a completely different philosophy than Troika had.  Modern, console rpg systems and very limited formulaic choices may do the same acclaim and awards wise, but is not the Troika philosophy.

    They describe some abilities and show some in use in the combat videos.  I have seen the character page so I don't have details on the overall rpg system.  I would love it if they went super deep (far deeper than VtmB) with the new WoD edition.  But that's not what I got from the limited info I do know.  

    Could I be wrong about everything?  Certainly.  They could want to make an actual Troika-philosophy accurate VtMB 2.  I just don't see it.  No more than I saw FO 3 being faithful to the sprit and point of FO 1 and 2.  

    I could end up loving it.  I'm keeping an open mind but I have little hope.    
    I think I get where you're coming from. If VtMB is like Arcanum it is about role-playing like a PnP game. Every character has a different angle through the same story. Different characters engage the game world differently. It's a combination of race, social status, profession, morality, and "class"/skill sets among others.

    The story matters and adds momentum, but it is about the player engaging that story from different perspectives. It's like if two different people were at the same place telling the same story. They can be pretty different. Turn-based combat fits the game model well because you can put thoughtful planning into the encounter.

    I think there is an audience for this kind of game. I'm in it. I just don't think there are very many of us. I'll go with your guess that it will be actiony with simple branching narratives and flavorful but mechanically generic clan traits.

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  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,505
    edited May 2019
    Torval said:
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    Those articles were a little fluffy but they had some good detail and they sparked some good questions by yourself and some others familiar with the IP. I haven't played the PnP or VtMB so I wouldn't have gotten any of the Thinblood implications and questions brought up.

    It's dangerous to put out too much inspirational hype info. I have a vivid imagination and it never ends up how I imagine. It's always smaller than what I thought it would be and that's disappointing. I think it would be better to go in blind and just discover it. That ship has probably sailed.
    I think there's a delicate balance to it.  Focusing on lore and maybe giving a short overview of typical abilities is (again, I think) a pretty good way to go.  Give us the lore and gameplay "flavor" without walking us through all the mechanics we can expect to use in the game.  Matching a short gameplay video with the lore videos released in the announcements would make for a pretty good "taste" of what we can expect.  I dislike the 15/30/60 minute "gameplay" videos prior to release.

    I also look for that kind of balance in reviews, but that's hit or miss.  Some folks like to go into too much detail on a particular system (usually when it frustrates them) for my tastes.

    It is kind of depressing that there has to be so much reservation these days, though.  And I don't think that's just a cynical disposition- take a look at Bioware, Bethesda, as only the two most recent.  When previously rock-solid studios start looking like mobile devs who crossed over into the PC platform and are experiencing growing pains...  It makes it hard to wanna just trust that something's gonna be fun without researching it to death, even if it's a favorite IP.
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  • blamo2000blamo2000 Member RarePosts: 1,047
    Torval said:
    blamo2000 said:
    Sovrath said:
    blamo2000 said:

    blamo2000 said:


    I think there is an audience for this kind of game. I'm in it. I just don't think there are very many of us. I'll go with your guess that it will be actiony with simple branching narratives and flavorful but mechanically generic clan traits.
    Bloodlines had action combat that was really bad.  I think objectively bad.  But it was serviceable and was fine because it wasn't about having good combat.  The rest of what you said was pretty accurate but not so much perspective as them wanting you to feel like you are the author of a book.  You are the storyteller and the game is your medium.  Versus most popular games that have a heavy story narrative where you are just a participant in a story as it unfolds.  

    Of course, this is just guys with limited resources on a limited medium trying to emulate giving you the tools and options for story creation, which will be much more limited than p&p.  But its a completely different philosophy and leads to a completely different experience than devs that want you to be a participant in their story rather than the narrator of your own.  

    Also, the heavy narrative is definitely the more financially rewarding and popular choice.  There is a reason FO 1 and 2 and all the Troika games are super cult classics and not super popular mega-hits, and why Troika closed shop after three games.  
    Torval
  • NycteliosNyctelios Member EpicPosts: 3,818
    Nibs said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Neoyoshi said:

    OG_Zorvan said:


    Ronald88 said:

    Will there be a multiplayer mode ? 
    Any information about that ?


    Hope not.



    I agree, The first game didn't have Multiplayer, why should this one?
    The first game, Redemption, had multiplayer and it was a blast. A quasi Neverwinter dungeon master mode.

    Yes, bloodlines 2 needs multiplayer. Can you imagine what modding and private online RP servers with some tools for dungeon master would do to the game's longevity?

    Ignoring that possibility is a missed opportunity in my opinion.
    This is Bloodlines 2, a sequel to Vampire: The MasqueradeBloodlines, which did NOT have multiplayer. This is not a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption, a totally different game which DID have multiplayer.
    Calm down your tits.

    What I meant is that Redemption had and it was a better experience because of it.

    Having co-op or multiplayer would enhance Bloodlines 2, not reduce it. Look what co-op/dungeon master mode made to games such Divinity and Neverwinter Nights.
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  • ScotScot Member LegendaryPosts: 13,354
    edited May 2019
    Nyctelios said:
    Nibs said:
    Nyctelios said:
    Neoyoshi said:

    OG_Zorvan said:


    Ronald88 said:

    Will there be a multiplayer mode ? 
    Any information about that ?


    Hope not.



    I agree, The first game didn't have Multiplayer, why should this one?
    The first game, Redemption, had multiplayer and it was a blast. A quasi Neverwinter dungeon master mode.

    Yes, bloodlines 2 needs multiplayer. Can you imagine what modding and private online RP servers with some tools for dungeon master would do to the game's longevity?

    Ignoring that possibility is a missed opportunity in my opinion.
    This is Bloodlines 2, a sequel to Vampire: The MasqueradeBloodlines, which did NOT have multiplayer. This is not a sequel to Vampire: The Masquerade – Redemption, a totally different game which DID have multiplayer.
    Calm down your tits.

    What I meant is that Redemption had and it was a better experience because of it.

    Having co-op or multiplayer would enhance Bloodlines 2, not reduce it. Look what co-op/dungeon master mode made to games such Divinity and Neverwinter Nights.
    By that reasoning multiplayer always makes for a better game experience which is not the case, indeed to my thinking the best multiplayer games were those made to be multiplayer, not ones that tried to straddle both gameplay experience horses.
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  • NildenNilden Member EpicPosts: 3,115
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    The quality of the experience is severely in question when they can't even meet the standards the original set for including the vampire clans, let alone removing two of them only to offer them as DLC. 




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  • ScotScot Member LegendaryPosts: 13,354
    edited May 2019
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    The quality of the experience is severely in question when they can't even meet the standards the original set for including the vampire clans, let alone removing two of them only to offer them as DLC. 

    Or it is a sign of the times, 'want up to date graphics or what we did last time'? 'Cut some clans etc and we have time to give you that'. That's the story of modern gaming, everything sacrificed to keep up with the graphics in other games developed by companies with ten times the budget. It is a rather odd situation gaming finds itself in.

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    You received 25 Agrees. You're posting some good content. Great!

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  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,505
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    Nilden said:
    This is like revealing a M16 for the next Call of Duty.

    Or maybe they should make a Minecraft 2 and reveal dirt blocks.

    I'll save the suspense for the reveals for the other clans. These all better be in it.
    • Brujah
    • Gangrel
    • Malkavian
    • Nosferatu
    • Toreador
    • Tremere
    • Ventrue
    Captain Obvious reveal much?
    They've been announcing clans for weeks, and most of the ones you listed have already been announced.
    I have not being paying much attention to this other than the announcement. After reading more about it I won't be paying any attention to it until I see some reviews and gameplay. Not very excited about this and I loved the original.
    A prudent move for every gamer.  I love The Masquerade as an IP, but even I will be confirming the quality of the experience before I give over my cash.
    The quality of the experience is severely in question when they can't even meet the standards the original set for including the vampire clans, let alone removing two of them only to offer them as DLC. 




    I disagree.  If cutting those meant the existing clans get more love and/or the narrative is more engaging for the time spent, it can be a net positive, even if missing Nos is disappointing.
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  • WizardryWizardry Member LegendaryPosts: 17,879
    This is going to be up near the top of big time over rated games.I expect heavily marketed and with VERY little competition in the Vampire genre,it will sell no matter how good it is or isn't.

    I have no hope at all that this will be any good,i see Indie all over this.

    The gaming market is starving for a really good game,bring back the Half Life quality,give me games that look almost too good for 2020,high tech,lots of decisions,no markers or hand holding,give me quality tools so the game play and characters are unique and fun.

    Never forget 3 mile Island and never trust a government official or company spokesman.

  • bcbullybcbully Member EpicPosts: 10,217

    EMoney said:



    bcbully said:





    Ronald88 said:



    Will there be a multiplayer mode ? 
    Any information about that ?














    Bump







    Really? It's a single player RPG.



    If someone came out with a new and interesting solitaire game, there are people who would bitch that it didn't include multiplayer.
    Geez I seriously wanted to know. Shit looks awesome, lore heavy. I haven’t played a single player game since oblivion though.

    I don’t think it matters how cool it seems it would be near impossible for me to get into. I feel stuck in a small box playing by myself in single player rpgs.

    i keep following and reading though.
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