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At least they've started really having fun with it.
4th edition was pretty bad.
4th edition's cardinal sin was putting game balance over the setting. Balance is great but if the rules fly in the face of the history, physics, and characteristics of a setting without a strong explanation you create an atmosphere entirely divorced from role-playing. You're just playing a board game wearing a brand.
EXACTLY. Couldn’t have said that better myself. They took the RP out of the G.