I finished my third evening playing my first legacy game, The King's Dilemma, and it's awesome, would highly recommend it to anybody that has the ability to have the same group of five playing consistently (once a week is working fine for us). The game is set in a medieval kingdom where the group plays as the King's council and basically gets given problems to resolve, and different aspects of the kingdom and the future storylines fluctuate based on your decisions. But additionally, each player is head of their own family house, each with their own backstory, philosophies and agendas, which all clash with each other and often clash with what's best for the kingdom. You win a single game based on how well you meet your house's agenda (which differs in every game) which means that every dilemma that comes up, everybody is cutting promos and trying to argue, negotiate and bribe each other to get things their way. As a result, you end up with awesome debates with people trying to justify some awful things happening to the kingdom because you want to score points and convince others to see it your way. The key is that the storylines that run through multiple games are really good and have great twists and turns, so every dilemma you face you have to consider the long-term possible impacts, but you have to weigh it up against how badly you need things to go your way in the short-term. Anyway, it's brilliantly fun and addictive as hell.