Final Fantasy XV took a decade to get to market. Its time in Development Hell is legendary, even for a business notorious for long delays and other production problems. When it arrived this year, the […]
Since I began writing here at SuperversiveSF, I’ve emphasized already-existing examples of the Superversive. The reason is simple: so that, when you’re talking to others, you have ready examples to point to of existing works […]
Superversive stories deal with moral choices and taking the higher road. Tabletop board games usually don’t offer that option. In a zero sum game any action you take to benefit yourself hurts another player. Chess […]
Quick review: Fun, generally well done game engine, but really simple and may lack some thematic components for fans.
There aren’t many tabletop RPGs, or supplements thereof, that are clearly or explicitly Superversive. However, many such games (and the official settings sold so eagerly for them) contain that potential. The publishers explicitly sell their […]
While we talk often of finding the Superversive in books, comics, film, and television it’s no less important to find it in gaming. One of the first tabletop RPGs that explicitly explored the Superversive perspective […]