Brennan and Ryan from Indie Press Revolution chew the fat about Fiasco on episode #40 of the Voice of the Revolution podcast.
The good folks over at Actual People, Actual Play have begun a three-session game of Grey Ranks. Give this podcast a listen for a summary of how the first three chapters run and a really solid breakdown of how the
Here’s a nice Shab Al-Hiri Roach review-slash-actual play report. Sounds like fun!
The gentlemen over at Here Be Gamers played Fiasco and gave it a thorough review on their latest podcast. Give it a listen!
The Pulp Gamer – Out of Character podcast has a very enthusiastic review of Fiasco. If you are on the fence, go listen to these guys!
Dnaphil over at Gnome Stew did a very nice two-part review of Fiasco, including a nice perspective on the value of playing a GM-less game to improve your GM skills. Take a look! Part One:Rules, Dice, Friends and Trouble Part
Over at GamerChris, a really positive review of Fiasco.
Here’s a very positive review of Fiasco.
Colin Creitz writes about his Fiasco playtest. Fun stuff. Best quote: “This is a machine for tragedy.” Yes, yes it is.
Greg Costikyan reviews Grey Ranks over at Play This Thing: This is a setting, and a game, of potentially harrowing emotional impact — not only because of its setting, but also because of its portrayal of raw youth responding to