In 1945, World War II abruptly ended when an alien race appeared on Earth and began to slaughter the human population. The year is 1999 - 54 years later, mankind is still fighting to survive against the alien forces. Earth forces now use advanced mecha called Humanoid Walking Tanks (HWTs) to combat the invaders, but throughout the ordeal, far too many pilots have been killed in action. As a result, high school students are now recruited to become HWT pilots. Gunparade March follows the lives of the 5121st Platoon, who have just added a mysterious girl named Mai Shibamura to their ranks.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Gunparade March - List of role-playing games by genre - Netflix
This is a list of role-playing games, subdivided by genre (although many games do not fit clearly into one genre or another). It does not include role-playing video games, MMORPGs, or any other video games with RPG elements. Most of these games are tabletop role-playing games; other types of games are noted as such where appropriate.
Gunparade March - Multi-genre and cross-genre - Netflix
CthulhuTech by Wildfire - H.P. Lovecraft's horror with Mecha and Anime influences DragonMech (steampunk/fantasy) Dragonstar (science fiction/fantasy) Godlike (superhero/alternate history) Immortal: The Invisible War - Created by Ron Valerhon. Immortal mixes modern fantasy, horror, science fiction and world mythology. Iron Kingdoms - Based on the Warmachine and Hordes universe by Privateer Press (steampunk/fantasy) Lords of Creation (1983) by Avalon Hill Inc. Nether-World by Darkforce Games Numenera (2013) by Monte Cook Games (science fantasy) Rifts (1990) - Created by Kevin Siembieda, published by Palladium Books Sanctum Polis - Rest Eternal Memory Caxton must travel inside of dreams to discover who is responsible for the serial murders taking place at Solaris Notre University. Shadowrun (cyberpunk fantasy) Steam States (steampunk/fantasy) Technoir - a cyberpunk detective story Terra the Gunslinger (Japanese) - western and steampunk, use playing cards instead of dice TORG - published by West End Games What's O.L.D. is N.E.W. (WOIN) published by EN Publishing - medieval fantasy, modern action, and future science fiction Worlds of Wonder by Chaosium Zen and the Art of Mayhem