BattleTech will receive its third expansion next month. This expansion will be perfect for those longing for more mech and weapon options in the game.
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In not the most surprising announcement, Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has been delayed. Fortunately, the game is still planned for release in 2020.
The last of the factions in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 has revealed itself to the world. If you can see them, that is.
Vampires are known for being long-lived, but every vampire is young at one point. And the new group, aptly named the Newcomers, are here to give them a home.
With eyes and ears all over the city, the Baron act as its violent and brutal underbelly. It’s Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2, it’s probably worth your while to stay on their good side or stay out of their way.
A lengthy look at a quest in Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 gets some commentary to give more insight into the game. The first of the five factions is also being introduced.
In the 1920s, organized crime ravaged the streets of Chicago. Players can follow the escapades of crime bosses such as Al Capone as they build legacies and creates their Empire of Sin.
Take a look at the gloomy Seattle nights in Vampire the Masquerade – Bloodlines 2 in high definition. The upscaled graphics should make the food at Pho the Win look very appetizing.
1920s Chicago is rife for game possibilities. So it makes sense that Paradox Interactive and Romero Games are looking to make players the king or queen of the Windy City.
Paradox Interactive has released the first gameplay trailers for Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2. There’s a quick 80-second video that debuted during the PC Gaming Show, as well as extended version that dives deeper into more of the game’s elements.
At least before, mech warfare stayed far away from the rest of the world. With Urban Warfare, that is no longer the case.
Even among the vampires there are those that are considered unusual. The Malkavians may just be the strangest of them all.
Not all vampires are at the bottom of the food chain, some of them have to be on top. In this case, that would be the Ventrue, the billionaire benefactors of the Masquerade.
Not all vampires are wanton beasts, some consider themselves to be rather classy. Meet the Toreador, the vampire clan that thinks exactly that.
Not all vampires are welcome in Seattle, especially ones that like to play around with other people’s blood. But if one proves useful enough, exceptions can be made.
The Brujah always bring a loud party wherever they go, which is bad news for Seattle. A new trailer gives RPGamers a good idea as to why these vampires are more than a little rough around the edges.
Everyone has to start somewhere, even vampires. Meet the Thinbloods, newly minted vampires only just beginning their journey.
The second of three planned expansions for BattleTech now has a release date. Hopefully these new giant mechs will fit in the tight confines of the concrete jungle.
After fifteen years, a sequel to the cult classic Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines has been announced. Though, for a vampire, fifteen years isn’t much time at all.
Obsidian had a Kickstarter campaign to produce a type of RPG not seen much in recent years, and the fundraising was successful. Pillars of Eternity was the result, and a new review perspective is now available for it.