Okay, so I have an idea for a Steampunk World of Darkness chronicle which incorporates elements of the Classic World of Darkness (Vampire: the Masquerade/Victorian Age Vampire, Werewolf: the Apocalypse/Werewolf: the Wild West, Mage: the Ascension/Mage: the Sorcerers' Crusade, Wraith: the Oblivion/Wraith: the Great War, and Changeling: the Dreaming/Dark Ages: Fae) with the system and elements of the new World of Darkness (Vampire: the Requiem, Werewolf: the Forsaken, Mage: the Awakening, Promethean: the Created, and Changeling: the Lost), in a setting inspired by Castle Falkenstein, Deadlands: the Weird West, Space: 1889, TORG's "Nile Empire/Terra" cosm, and Crimson Skies, with some inspiration from Shakespeare as well, specifically the 1995 film Richard III, starring Sir Ian McKellen.
I'm still hammering out the details of Mechanika by Gaslight: A Winter of Discontent Under Crimson Skies, but I can tell you this: The year is 1939. The United States (which stopped at the Mississippi River after the Great Ghost Dance ritual brought about the destruction of St. Louis, Missouri, not long after the War of 1812) collapsed into several smaller nations the size of European countries in January of 1930. The chronicle itself is set in Orlando, capitol of the Imperial Republic of Florida, which also controls Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, and the former US Virgin Islands (but notably not Haiti and the Dominican Republic), and is currently hosting the exiled King George VI of the British Empire and his family after a coup in 1937 restored his brother, King Edward VIII, to the throne, until Royal Navy officers loyal to George can muster the support to stage a counter-coup d'etat. The focus of the chronicle is largely on the werewolves, mages, fae, wraiths (Risen wraiths, specifically, known to the other supernaturals as "Harrowed," much to the wraiths' dismay) and Prometheans, but vampires are allowed with special permission - PM me with a concept if you really want to play one of the Kindred.