The radio show Storyteller, broadcast on Edge Radio in Australia, will be doing a special episode on tabletop gaming, featuring a review of Fiasco. The show airs tonight (Friday, August 3rd) at 9 PM Australian Eastern standard Time, which will
Ignition Improv Comedy just posted the first part of a thoughtful, detailed review of Fiasco focusing on the game’s utility as an improviser’s tool. Interesting stuff! Looking forward to part two.
The Walking Eye plays Fiasco: More specifically, they play Dragon Slayers. Logan Bonner’s playset is pretty bullet-proof when it comes to delivering a good time. And just down the hall in the asbestos-lined test chamber, the Giant Fire-Breathing Robot reviews
A few reviews of the Companion are already coming out, and so far they have been fair and positive! Review: Fiasco Companion (critical-hits.com) “If you are a hardcore Fiasco addict — especially one attracted to the idea of crafting your
Fiasco just got a very generous review from The Opportunist over at RPG Musings. As rules systems go, this one’s complex enough to handle the different variables a play group will encounter while being intuitive enough to let people just
E. Foley, who has been helping gamers find love since 2008 over at Geek’s Dream Girl, has found a love of her own – Fiasco.
There’s a thoughtful and positive review up at rpg.net. Big thanks to Jeff Moeller! Although why he’s “meh” on Boomtown I cannot possibly imagine…
“Our game of Fiasco was … I really wish someone would make a movie out of it. It was fantastic. It was a good time.” – Jay Peters, Ennies judge
Chris Sims writes up his impressions after a game of Fiasco. One of the characters is immediately nicknamed “Bat’Leth Boy” – that’s probably all you need to know.
Fiasco just received a great new review on critical-hits.com. In addition to a detailed breakdown of the game mechanics and the value a given group would get from the game, he talks a bit about how the game looks: As