Interlude: A Fiasco in Suburbia

Wed. February 6, 2013

Now that our four-year-running D&D campaign has reached its conclusion, we’ll be devoting the next many episodes to the exploration of new tabletop role-playing systems ranging from the familiar to the bizarre and everywhere in between. First up in the system tour is Fiasco: a game of powerful ambition and poor impulse control, by Bully Pulpit Games.

This episode contains strong language and mature themes, listener discretion is advised.

3 Responses to “Interlude: A Fiasco in Suburbia”

  1. Ghubb Says:

    00:23:00 – Setup begins

    01:32:10 – character introductions

    01:57:00 – Act 1

    03:18:25 – Tilt

    03:27:05 – Act 2

    04:05:20 – Aftermath

  2. Hopeless Says:

    Just downloading but wanted to ask did you like this game?

  3. Greg Laabs Says:

    Without a doubt! We absolutely loved it and ended up playing it for two more weeks before moving on to another system. We even played it again recently when we needed to fill a week.