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Nighthawks - The Vampire RPG
« on: 10 Sep 2018, 14:36 »
I thought this may be of interest to some of the people here:

Nighthawks - The Vampire RPG is an upcoming game by writer/designer Richard Cobbett and published by Wadjet Eye Games, with artwork by Ben Chandler and Ivan Ulyanov which is currently on Kickstarter. You play as a fledgling vampire who must find your way in a world where vampires have been exposed and are living uneasily alongside ordinary humans. Here's the gameplay trailer:



It seems to be very focused on storytelling, so it may appeal to a lot of the people here, since we all like a good story! ;-D

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Re: Nighthawks - The Vampire RPG
« Reply #1 on: 10 Sep 2018, 14:52 »
Sounds interesting. So far it kind of seems like a mix of VTM: Bloodlines and Leviathan: The Last Day of the Decade with a bit of a tycoon game thrown in.

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Re: Nighthawks - The Vampire RPG
« Reply #2 on: 10 Sep 2018, 19:46 »
Nice intro. :)
It looks more like a virtual novel, though (?)
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Re: Nighthawks - The Vampire RPG
« Reply #3 on: 10 Sep 2018, 23:40 »
It's written in ink, so I think it's more interactive fiction than visual novel. I don't know if there's a clear distinction, but I get the impression it's a lit less linear than "novel" implies.