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Discussion in 'General Gaming and Hardware Forum' started by joevonzombie, Jan 20, 2017.
I'm disappointed they aren't referencing Pentex much.
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I am interested in the game but I don't actually care all that much about "what you rage against" as I'm more interested in the werewolf's tribal structures and Pentex. I'm really hoping there's an option to side with the Wyrm here and that's a weird way to go with this game.
Don't have particularly high hopes for it, never been a fan of werewolf the apocalypse. I'm more into Vampire the Masquerade or Demon the Fallen
*urge to strangle Activision rising*
So, new Bloodlines-type game is only a question of time, since VtM:B still manages to draw new audience, to Activision's shame and dishonor. Call me stupid but the interview still kinda vague on what this werewolf game will be. Brawler? Isometric RPG? Iso-RPG done by indie-studio? Brawler-RPG? Iso-RPG-Brawler? WTF.
I just read some new interview and immediately lost any and all interest. Direct Quote: "The story will be a linear one with the illusion of choice, but the story will still go in the same direction no matter what is said and done. So don't look to be able to join any of the various ones out there to change things up besides the gifts you'll have at your disposal in the game."
So, yeah, not interested anymore. Link to the interview http://aggrogamer.com/article/5841/E3-2017-Interview--Werewolf-The-Apocalypse.
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Guess, we won't be getting a good werewolf game anymore, whatever.
I appreciate the honesty.
As for Linear Story, that may be overstated. After all, Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines has four endings but one single story.
Bump, I guess. 2020