There isn’t anything in this book that you can’t get by just using Werewolf Wild West and the basic V20 book. Other than the author’s ego and an extensive history of California.
It feels like a Red Hot Chile Peppers song in book form.
The art is good… But from previous WW works so that isn’t massively impressive.
The setting is just… California. The author seems to really like his state but ignores so much of the west where things got really interesting. Texas is a footnote. Arizona is… Tombstone. New Mexico (per the usual) is basically ignored completely. But oh, man. California.
I just expected so much more.
[2 of 5 Stars!]