- Jun 8, 2011
Daystar Clarion said:
I always prefer the Ventrue myself. They are the right amount of ass kick mixed with pretty boy.
Daystar Clarion said:
I very much enjoyed 'The Final Nights' mod and am patiently waiting for its next update before I replay VtM:B again. I may also give the 'Camarilla Edition' mod a go. At this point (via all the mods and fan made patches) I'm pretty sure that the fan base has spent more time working on VtM:B than the original developers did.masticina said:That this game exists lead me to play VtM:B again, did you know it also has a "final nights" mod where you can play outsider clans. It is a delight!
What? This meme shares it with Deus Ex because a lot of people consider VtmB as the REAL spiritual successor of Deus Ex. Clearly you must be new.Doom972 said:You just took the Deus Ex meme and changed it to Bloodlines. I do agree that there's a certain similarity between them. I love both of them very much.
*sigh* Why can't someone just remake this. I'm not convinced that the MMO will be anything other than a run of the mill grindfest.Daystar Clarion said:You mentioned Vampire the Masquerade.
As per the rules of the internet, I must now post this image.
Not me though.
I already have it installed
Another comparison to Vampire: tMBL: there is no nice vampires - there's a few that look decent, but eventually it's revealed that everyone is pushing their own agenda one way or another...."nice" vampires. Nice in a sense that they wantonly drink blood from living humans, but "we're really thirsty, guys!"
Deus Ex fan since 2002 and of VtMB since release day, so no. I've been an active member of the Planet Deus Ex community until most of the regulars left due to inactivity. I remember many people calling it Deus Ex with vampires, but not a spiritual successor.Defeated Detective said:What? This meme shares it with Deus Ex because a lot of people consider VtmB as the REAL spiritual successor of Deus Ex. Clearly you must be new.Doom972 said:You just took the Deus Ex meme and changed it to Bloodlines. I do agree that there's a certain similarity between them. I love both of them very much.
It seems nice unfortunately I dislike vampires and I dislike stories that use the masquerade trope, and the game has both of these things in its title so it probably isn?t for me.Eomega123 said:For anyone who has not yet been convinced to re-download/buy VtM:B, I would just like to remind/inform you that it contains:
A mission in which you fight a ninja stripper vampire hunter.
A boss who fights you by whacking you with his own severed arm.
The Malchavian, whose story is completely incomprehensible if it's your first playthrough, but is the most clever, hilarious, and logical character in the whole game if you already understand the story.
Just, you know, get the patch. Cause you kind of need that.