Of these two game lines for the Song of Ice and Fire series of novels, Game of Thrones by Guardians of Order, or Song of Ice and Fire RPG by Green Ronin, which contains the largest amount of series-specific and general world setting material? Does one of them have an edge in utility or organization of that material?
As both are available for download in pdf format, and the reviews I have come across do not touch on a direct comparison of provided information for story and setting background, character, culture, cartography, and so on, it is somewhat hard to make an informed choice between them for reasons other than system, or the disappearance of Guardians of Order precluding the likelihood of further product support for their version.
- Additionally, is there a difference in the amount of setting material offered in the two versions of GoO's Game of Thrones?
As I encounter as many people who want to immediately divorce a setting from its system as not, and as I have no particular interest in basing my purchase of one or both of these games on the included game system, I thought this was the best place to ask for clear and non-partisan responses.
NB: This question is looking for details on quantity of information primarily, with an additional interest in the overall utility, and organization of setting material in the two game lines. Details about production quality, availability, or system are not intended to be included in the scope of this question.