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Last Sunday on Sup, Holmes? (now on iTunes!), Christine Love (developer of Analogue: A Hate Story, Digital: A Love Story, Don't take it personal, babe, and Lake City Rumble II:The New Challengers) revealed to the world her dream project -- a RPG about magical girls. That came as some surprise, as Christine's games are all a lot more intelligent and interesting than Sailor Moon to me.
Then again, I probably don't see Sailor Moon the way Christine does. Her perspective on the series was quite enlightening. I'm not so sure I'd want about a Magical Girl RPG made by the creators of Sailor Moon, but if Christine was behind the wheel, I'd snatch that gravy up on day one.
How about you? Would you play an RPG about women being whatever type of woman they want to be, while killing monsters and talking about life in their spare time?
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