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Discussion in 'General Gaming and Hardware Forum' started by CerberusGate, Mar 22, 2019.
While I understand your point, the obvious answer is to supervise DLC.
Confirmed info: game's already done for months, but they're delaying it to release it on the same day as Half Life 3 for the authentic Bloodlines experience.
I have no hope at all for this game. All the stuff I’ve been hearing is making the game sound like a cluster fuck. I would like to be proven wrong but I have a feeling most of us here who have our doubts are going to be proven right.
That is effectively what happens since Cyberpunk 2077 keeps delaying too, almost like they want to make sure they release the same day.
I wish I had your optimism Phipps but Cyberpunk being delayed is different from that of VTMB2. Vampires development has been a clusterfuck. We have been hearing more and more about how much of a mess Vampires development has been. They have also been firing their main talent too. In the past few years I've learned that when a video game or movie has a clusterfuck of a development more often then not the game or movie in question will be a mess. Case in point the Justice League movie and the Rise of Skywalker.
Everything I've seen from Vtmb2 since the announcement looks like amateur hour, with that werewolf game looking like generic garbage I guess WOD aren't getting any good adaptions now, especially after these latest editions.
Why single out Rise of Skywalker? All the Disney Star Wars Sequels have sucked.
Eh, I know VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE: BLOODLINES 2 development better than most because a friend of mine works at the studio.
I barely know it at all... but I know someone who works there.
So Cara Ellison (the writer everyone on Codex assumed had something to do with Mitsoda getting fired) also stopped working on Bloodlines 2 (deleted all info about it from her bio on Twitter) and moved back to Scotland.
Is anyone still working on it?
This game is a trainwreck.
Color me surprised if it's not a trainwreck in the end but if it is, i called it.
Honestly, never had much hope to begin with. Sequels to stuff that came out like 10-15 years ago are a big red flag. That's way too much of a time gap because a lot of happened and changed since then.
Vampires just aren't 'in' for 2020.
Maybe if they did this in '12, riding off of Twilight, or Marceline from Adventure Time....
I had hope for this one though because they were at least smart enough (or at least seemed smart enough) to have the project overseen by the guy who made the first game so great. But then they fired him and now I'm like...welp.
They are rebooting Dark Shadows.
This is exactly the same for me.
I had some hope when it was announced, but then after details started to come out, I just lost it all. I even remember saying so here in the past and people telling me off.
I want it to be a good game, but I don't think it will be one.
I want a Demon: The Fallen game instead....
We have official confirmation on Cara Ellison leaving the project.
So yeah, this game is pretty much effed at this point.
Well, that sucks.