Since the beginning of time, RPGs have taken themselves far too seriously. They're plagued by recycled stories, stock characters and a clichéd pseudo-medieval fantasy setting.
It's time for someone to make fun of these games. BIG TIME. That's where "Mark Leung: Revenge of the Bitch" comes in: it's a fully playable parody RPG. Think of it as an RPG gone wrong.
Inspired by Christianity, double rainbows, Kim Jong Il, flaming trolls and Final Fantasy, "Revenge of the Bitch" features characters and monsters that are bizarre hybrids of public figures and well-known characters. There's Jhompson, a summonable character inspired by Jack Thompson and Illidan Stormrage, and McFunny, a boss character inspired by the Joker and Ronald McDonald. Recent events such as the subprime mortgage crisis also inspired a bank-themed dungeon and a cleric named Brother Lehman.