|The computer hacker of the fantasy-future...looks like a member of Flock of Seagulls|
Shadowrun - I think we only played this once. Our adventure was just a trip to the corner convenience store; while we were there some thugs tried to rob it and we started shooting at them. This game seemed really complex to us at the time. Too complex to play a second time, in fact.
|Curiously, there were no rules for depilatories or prices for teddies in the rulebook|
|Ugh, that cover gives me a headache|
|Okay, maybe it's just because the previous Street Fighter cover is so crap but this still looks compelling to me|
|Remember when having an understated cover was a bold design choice?|
|Why are they fighting on clouds again?|
DC Heroes - I didn't understand the system at all, but I think we punched some villains or threw cars at them. My lack of knowledge of the DC universe probably didn't help me get into this one.
Paranoia - We were too young or too immature for this one at the time. The punchline of the adventure we played was that a giant bug was demanding Proust from troubleshooters who didn't know what a Proust was; the real punchline is that it was being played by teenagers who had also never heard of Proust.