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G-Core Pay What You Want
Publisher: Dilly Green Bean Games
by Mark N. [Verified Purchaser] Date Added: 11/25/2011 14:29:16

on the plus side it is cheap... on the negative side 'you get what you pay for' which in this case is very much on the 'homebrew system that looks a lot like the others'.

I'll admit to having a preference for simple systems so as soon as I find something with page after page of tables I tend to lose the will to continue. What G-core needs is something that makes it different from all the other near identical systems. If you want a good selling point check out the elegance of Icons, the detail of Mutants & Masterminds, the flexibility of Truth & Justice.

If you want a simple comparison have a look at Resolute - which does everything you need in a fraction of page count



Rating:
[1 of 5 Stars!]
Creator Reply:
We are sorry you didn't like G-Core. The tables weren't resolution tables, they tell players what things mean for their character. They are quick references for players and game masters. Add to that, G-Core is a modern take on the classic FASERIP system. But one must play the game to appreciate the value that it brings. The other reviewers gave G-Core that chance and there are plenty more convention players that would agree that G-Core is a pretty cool game for the superhero fan.

This review is more like a platform to promote other supers game that fall into the crowded fanbase and less like an actual thought out review with with detailed reasoning 'why' the buyer didn't like the game.
And to help back that up a little:
From an actual player
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JbKsUQilXhU

And a great in-depth review:
http://www.hazardstudio.net/sitebuildercontent/sitebuild-
erfiles/gcore.wav

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