The Unity games are kinda neat, but have glitches. I couldn't get any to work after following the link to the racing game.
The question in everyone's mind, though is: Campy-but-fun 1978 series or the serious-but-with-sexy-fundamentalist-Cylons 2003 series?
I'd have to vote for the former, and not just because it was the Galactica of my youth. MMORPG players simply can't be thoughtful. (By which I mean a handful can, and I know most of that crowd.) They are as a group unimaginative and nonliterate, so the darker and more literary later series would just fall flat. The earlier one, basically a live-action cartoon, is more appropriate.
And of course it answered the question, "How many Centurions does it take to fly a Raider?" "Three! You'd need two other pilots too if your single eye was bouncing back and forth like a ping pong ball!"
"I didn't cry when Bambi's mother was shot... but I cried when HAL was turned off."
I agree that the older series would make a better model. No one wants to play an RPG full of pseudo-religious quasi-mystical BS that was only thrown in to keep everyone's favorite characters alive.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
And by "no one," of course, you mean "some people." My Paladin in World of Warcraft is the evangelist of the One True Faith, the god U, whose name is constantly on the lips of children and the simple; he's my own unique combination of Mahomet ibn Abd'Allah, Cotton Mather, and Ivan Stang.
But even with the fun I have playing him, I realize that literary RP is not for everyone-- I doubt the Naked Lunch RPG will get anywhere. (At least not outside of the 10% of the population that would really get into it.)
At least someone got the joke! :)
Well i guess so
I get the joke as well, Old school all the way:)
Not really sure how this would work , but being a fan of the BSG series, I'm curious.
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