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Paradox buys White wolf from CCP

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Saphrax:
All I can say is: HELL YES!

I'm very optimistic about this news, however I really hope that they drop this MMO nonsense, and make a solid single player rpg in the style of Bloodlines, but spanning through several historical periods like in Redemption.

Radical21:

--- Quote from: Saphrax on October 29, 2015, 03:03:29 PM ---All I can say is: HELL YES!

I'm very optimistic about this news, however I really hope that they drop this MMO nonsense, and make a solid single player rpg in the style of Bloodlines, but spanning through several historical periods like in Redemption.

--- End quote ---

Who knows, for singleplayer adventure games nowadays people expect something with a production value of Assassin's Creed, Deus Ex :HR or Skyrim etc .. That is not easy to do successfully and requires even more investment than MMO I think..

I just hope they won't be like CCP,  even if they release something that is imperfect, as long as it is good game-play and highly modifiable I think the community would be happy.

Signothorn:
Considering how much disappointment we've seen under CCP's ownership, I'm having a hard time seeing any downside with Paradox taking the reigns.

Ventrueloquist:
This is great news and as Paradox’s VP of Acquisition & Portfolio Strategy Shams Jorjani said, it's "gonna be great to give it some fresh blood". I've really enjoyed playing with the mods, but they can only add so much and Bloodlines is notoriously difficult to mod. I don't know what this will lead to, but it sure is a lot better than CCP's squatting behavior, neither doing something themselves or letting anyone else do something with the IP's. As it happens, I'm also Swedish, just like Paradox, so that's an additional nice surprise (as a Ventrue, I claim some of the credit/bask in the glory for that reason :P).

Mond_Blutgut:
With Obsidian's Pillars of Eternity published by Paradox chances should be good that Paradox approaches Obsidian for a possible sequel to Bloodlines? I mean, fucking KOTOR 2 and Fallout: New Vegas should be prove enough that Obsidian can do First Person/Third Person RPGs like VTMB?
Also, Tim Cain.

Another developer that could pull it off (imho) would be CDPROJEKTRED, but they probably are too focused on getting their Cyberpunk RPG done over the next few years.

And if anything, at least the Vaulderie guys should be able to continue with their Overhaul project.

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