Dungeons & Dragons
Possibly the most well known RPG system out there, Dungeons and Dragons is the quintessential high fantasy RPG. Loose yourself in a well aged world full of wizards, dragons, elves, and dwarves. This RPG has been around since the dawn of the genre for good reason!
Set in the 'Sixth World', an alternate history dystopian cyberpunk earth where Magic has returned. Enter a world where magic meets machine as dragons run mega corporations that hire deniable assets called Shadowrunners to handle dirty jobs.
In this free form RPG, the players have all the power. An extremely narrative system utilizing the famous 'Powered by the Apocalypse' mechanics, Uncharted Worlds lets you and your friends write your very own space opera.
Tephra: The Steampunk RPG
An obscure gem of a game, Tephra is one of the few true Steampunk RPGs out there. This system revolves around the underused D12 die and lends itself to high action, pulp adventure. Nothing is too crazy for Tephra, and playing it is a wild ride!
Inspired heavily by media like Mad Max and Fallout, this relatively unknown post-apocalyptic RPG is a blast to play. With a unique and simple dice rolling system thematically named the 'V6 Engine', Atomic Highway has some of the smoothest combat sequences out there.
This pulpy, fantasy RPG is the quintessential swashbuckling RPG. Whether it's dueling on the high seas, court intrigue, or hunting undead beasts, every bit of this game's design allows for deep narrative-based role playing. Set in an fictional analogue for renaissance Europe known as Theah, 7th Sea is a must have for anyone craving adventure.
The Star Wars RPG system from Fantasy Flight Games lets players dive into the iconic galaxy far far away. With specially designed dice using symbols to generate results rather than numbers, the Star Wars RPG allows for a truly cinematic experience unlike any other system. Players can access a wide variety of character options spread over three core rule books to craft their idealized Star Wars character.