Whether because we truly missed the franchise, or because we've been waiting since 2010 to see it, in its first two episodes 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' has lived up to everything we expected it to be.  We have to imagine things will get even crazier when Syfy broadcasts the series in its entirety as a full-length movie next year, or even the unrated DVD release, but how would you like to check out the next installments in the Machinima series right now?

Gods be frakkin' praised, even more 'Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome' has arrived!  Whereas last week saw the debut of the first and second episodes of the prequel series, today Machinima has laid on us not one, but two more episodes to satiate our nerdy needs.  Not only do we see some impressive battles, but the mission takes a brand-new twist the likes of which even the original series didn't explore.

‘Blood & Chrome’ acts as a prequel to Ron Moore’s ‘Battlestar Galactica’ reboot, highlighting the early years of the Human-Cylon war, in which a young William Adama (Luke Paqualino) serves as a pilot, alongside battle-weary officer Coker (Ben Cotton). Check out the episode descriptions  and videos for the next two installments below, and tell us what you thought in the comments!

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome,’ Episode 3
Reeling from the discovery of the ruins of Battlestar Archeron, Adama and Coker’s small Raptor is nearly outmatched when they engage with three enemy Raiders. More secrets are revealed when the crew makes a shocking discovery deep in Cylon space.

‘Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome,’ Episode 4
Adama and Coker prepare for a dangerous mission above the Cylon occupied planet Djerba. Coker reunites with an old friend (Sebastian Spence) and reveals startling news.