RPG-a-Day: Day 19

Which RPG features the best writing?

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Scintillating, brilliant micro-fiction that will keep you reading far into the night, WoA unique setting and sympathetic characterizations of the protagonists make it an absolute page turner!

What about Aftermath?


OK, now that you are done bragging, what OTHER RPG has the best writing?

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The original, not the remake (which was good, absolutely).  This tiny little product packed a tremendous amount of good writing in an inexpensive, simple product with an easy-to-use system and an evocative horror setting.  It was certainly a major influence on my thinking about RPGs in terms of system, setting, and even presentation.

The remake was more or less an expansion of the original with more bells and whistles added.  Still good, it lacked the stark, clean, and simple horror of the original.

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