I'm not sure if this goes here in the World of Darkness forum or if it should go in General Discussion, but I thought I'd post it here and if the mods want to move it to General, then I'm fine with that too. All of the makers of the original games are in the documentary discussing their contributions to all of the World of Darkness titles. This results in a few subjects that might have gotten a more divided treatment instead being presented with a unified voice. Anybody know why New White Wolf is so hush-hush on the wider release of their documentary? But here's the thing, Summer is almost over Labor Day is only about a week or so away and there's still no signs of a specific general release date for the documentary yet. This enables you to watch the video without an Internet connection. Has been for some time, but the 2nd edition in particular makes this clear. Published on Feb 27, 2017In 1991 a bold, brash, upstart role-playing game set out to explore the nature of evil by playing the monster.Next
I loved those gaming sessions with friends. But it went much further then that. Ravenloft continues to be a passion for me today. All together it was a great documentary, with lots of new infos, perfect for fans! World of Darkness: the Documentary is, indeed, a documentary, but it is a documentary with a message and a focus. Is it going to be released on Netflix or any other streaming services? The World of Darkness was hugely influential to the Blade and Underworld movies as well as True Blood series.
World of Darkness not only looks at the games but the culture and style that they created and how it became and still is a larping phenomenon. You can Watch Now or Download the video to a , except for Pay-Per-View videos. Written and produced by Kevin Lee. If downloading is available, you can to two locations. Jason Carl from this very documentary is the Storyteller and does a great job look it up on twitch or youtube Going to be running my first Vampire 5th edition campaign this summer. Some new release movies become unavailable for downloading for a limited time due to licensing restrictions. If applicable, we will notify you about this before processing your order.Next
So I recently saw this trailer video and it seems pretty interesting. It also led to a downer ending. Vampire is my favorite of all the lines but it would be nice to at least touch on the big three, though I'd prefer if they touched on all the lines and talked briefly on their success and impact. It's a wonderful piece of art which talks about one of my favorite pieces of media: White Wolf Entertainment's World of Darkness. In the meantime, you can discuss with others on the on Facebook. When the Ravenloft module was released in 1983, it felt like manna from heaven for me. However, it is pretty spot-on about having a much more gender-balanced community especially back in the 90s.Next
The documentary condemns Kindred: The Embraced as a hack job and skips over Vampire: The Masquerade: Redemption to talk exclusively about the many trials of Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines. Films like Blade and Underworld borrowed heavily from the look, style, and tone of Vampire and Werewolf titles. Because no two groups are playing in the same setting or even recognizably similar setting. This stood out the most with the treatment of the legal dispute between White Wolf and the Camarilla fan club. The interviewers aren't afraid to take shots at some subjects where they feel like the company made serious errors like the universally derided lawsuit against the Camarilla fan club. I don't think it's a bad thing necessarily but I do think it does make it more Dungeons and Dragons and less Forgotten Realms. Is anyone in the know even at liberty to speak on the matter? If you're looking for a hard-hitting documentary about the rise and fall of a gaming company, then this is not the documentary for you.Next
A review screener of World of Darkness was made available by DarkCoast. The film also perhaps oversells a bit in its praise of Vampire: the Masquerade. If you choose Watch Now, the video will instantly stream to your computer and you may later stream it on another compatible device. Figi Productions, Luckyday, White Wolf, TriCoast Worldwide, DarkCoast. I then looked it up and it apparently just recently got a showing in Europe.Next
Either way thanks for the reply, I'll probably get around to watching it eventually when it does end up online in the states. I really disliked this documentary. All three men are in the documentary and offer some great stories. Background I, like many of you, started my life in roleplaying in the early 1980s. Aside from that, I really disliked how they completely omitted Onyx Path from this documentary. Hunter got three video games that are all solid if a bit repetitive to play all of them - that didn't need lots of fan work to make decent games - but you don't really see them paying mind to that. You get to see the evolution of the games and the growth of the community.
This narrative presentation is mostly presented through figures from White Wolf, most frequently brothers Stewart and Steve Wieck, but also include Rein-Hagen, living art god , a very little bit of Justin Achilli, and a liberal helping of Jason Carl who briefly appears in , from the floor of Gen Con for the launch of. There's hints that it might have been a project that got too ambitious talking about the hundreds of different styles of clothes your character could choose from. When the new millennium began, I got married and started a family, so my days of trolling the night or at least the gaming table slowed to a creep. I lost track of the World of Darkness and its Vampires, Werewolves, Magicians, and more. They were clearly trying to sell a narrative that had less to do with the truth and more to do with their selective history. I found the background and history of White Wolf proper to be pretty interesting and generally well-done. We also get a real sense of how it individually impacted lives as gamers talk about how the World of Darkness changed their lives.