Saturday, March 8, 2014

Tedankhamen's March Madness 31 day Obscure Game Blogging Challenge (2/4)

8 What spy RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.

The only spy RPG I’ve played was a d20 Modern GI Joe style game. Honestly, it wasn’t that fun, and in this case I think it was more the lack of experience the DM had and the lack of familiarity with the genre of the players that is what made it fail.

9 What superhero RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?

I’ve never played a superhero RPG.

10 What science fiction RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.

Star Wars, and mostly when it doesn’t involve anything from the major plotlines of the movies/books/comics.

11 What post-apocalyptic RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?

Dungeons and Dragons. Ok, so maybe thats a cop-out answer, but it's still true. For all the quasi-medieval trappings of the game, it's pretty clear that things in most D&D settings are after the fall of some pretty powerful civilizations.

12 What humorous RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.

Tales from the Floating Vagabond was great. It’s got crazy art, Definitely the sort of game you want to play with an irreverent group.

13 What horror RPG have you enjoyed most? Why?

I’ve never been a fan of horror as a genre either in movies, books, or in games. However, Betrayal at House on the Hill is a fantastic board game!

14 What historical or cultural RPG have you enjoyed most? Give details.

Again, I haven't played any historical RPGs, though in high school there was a brief 1 or 2 session viking game using the green covered historical setting D&D campaign book. I don't remember too much about it, just that we raided some French coastal church.

Tedankhamen's March Madness 31 day Obscure Game Blogging Challenge

2 comments:

  1. I always wanted to try Floating Vagabond. It was fun to read - did that translate to the game at all?

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