Adventure Party #26 – Movies That Could Be RPGs


In this meeting, we discuss movies that seemed like they came from gaming sessions. Regardless of the genre, there are some movies that look and feel like the came from a D&D, Cyberpunk 2020, Dark Conspiracy or Champions session. We pick our movies that give us that feel, why we think that, and possible systems those movies could have come from.

Glenn’s Review:

Glenn reviewed Luchador! Mexican Wrestling dice game, more specifically the second edition that comes with the 3D dice ring. We both marveled at the game mechanics and the stories of each of the characters that you can play. You can hit, pin, and counter your opponents dice. You can even knock the dice out of the ring to eliminate some of there rolls against you. It’s a 2-4 player game that has an average play time of 15 minutes.


Chaosium ends 40 years in the San Francisco Bay Area

A cost saving measure that with end Chaosium’s presence in San Francisco.

Nintendo Delays Star Fox Zero Into 2016

A statement from game designer Shigeru Miyamoto broke the news that Star Fox Zero had been delayed into the first quarter of next year.

The Witness Release Date Revealed!

January 26, 2016 on PC and PlayStation 4, that’s when we’ll finally be able to check out Jonathan Blow’s next game!

SOMA, September 22nd

Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime is a frantic 1- or 2-player couch co-op action space shooter set in a massive neon battleship.

Kickstarter Spotlight:

Clear for Takeoff

This game looks truly fascinating. It’s a 1960’s era game of running your airline and getting your flights filled and on their way. You must move your planes through the JFK airport and deal with weather, food, and other is issues your opponents can throw your way and sabotage your business.


We got some feedback on meeting #11 and our story of Myst and Riven being turned into an RPG from one of our Party Members.

By my own screen capture (The Maltese Falcon DVD, 1941 public domain trailer) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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Brad Ludwig

Web practitioner. Bacon expert. Internet ninja. Zombie enthusiast. He brings his passion for comics, science fiction and love of the unknown to each show.   Brad hosts the Adventure Party podcast along with being co-host of The Alien Invasion and The SciFi Geeks Club podcasts.