thread: 2012-02-11 : 3 Problems

On 2012-02-12, Alex Abate Biral wrote:

Maybe this is a dumb question, but, going from Mr. Lehman's explanation of what the terms are, won't these games with broadly appealing content and humane social footprint be less fun or watered down? I mean, I can see how such games could be interesting. Murderous ghosts is a good example of a fun game that can be played quickly and with very little commitment.

But it seems to me that these don't really compete with "real" rpgs. Murderous ghosts is fine, but I will take an Apocalypse World session anytime over it. It seems to me that the "best" games will always be for a small set of people, even if you manage to move around what that set is.


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