A Good Death is a solo RPG and journal game from Trent Seltzer. It's a Name Your Own Price download from Itch.io. I paid $2, and I'll get way more value from it than that.
I remember just buzz there was when Wyvern Gaming announced they'd landed the rights to do an official Stargate tabletop RPG.
I don't aspire to be mean, but I need to give a fair warning here, I don't consider Crom the GameBook to be fit for publication.
An irregular set of anime mini-reviews starting with corruption in a world of animal-people in Beastars and ends with the cruelty of teenage humans with "Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro" and has the Seven Deadly Sins, To Your Eternity and Bofuri in between.
I don't think it's inappropriate to describe "Me and The Monkey" as The Laundry Files meets Fight Club.
I know Horizon Zero Dawn, of course. The game looked gorgeous, the trailer compelled my internet, and Aloy is a kick-ass hero.
Matt Colville's 5e D&D-does-battles supplement is 320-pages long, but I'm pleased to say you don't need to learn a 320-page wargame to get the most out of it. Not even close.
Half the cities sunk. The other half burned. By shaping the world to suit our needs, we doomed ourselves to a world that could no longer suit our needs.
Call of Cthulhu offers the entire Earth as a setting in a variety of different time periods. The American Old West is covered in Down Darker Trails from Chaosium, which presents not only a rich historical setting but also a supernatural one.
Sigil & Shadows is a game of urban fantasy and occult horror. Characters are either the Illuminated or the Shadowed. The first defy the odds to protect the innocent from these dangers, and the second, the Shadowed, accept the darkness and, at best, become anti-heroes.