Board Games 1943
This game is almost the definition of a "7." Some well-observed design work, including the exciting dice mechanic and the great system of companions. Its biggest problem is that it lacks a defined arc, meaning that you basically do the same thing until the game ends. It punishes failure harshly, and doesn't really reward success meaningfully. I like it enough to keep on playing it, because I'm a fan of the show and I like the broad strokes. But a little more time in development could have made this something great.