I'm currently running the Atlantis: The Second Age RPG (the current version published by Khepera Publishing, not the previous edition published by Morrigan Press back in 2005), and am enjoying the game quite a bit. I'll blog the game session once I manage to transcribe stuff later today, so for those looking forward to that, keep your eyes open. :)
The players arrived last night around 7:15 pm, so we started gaming after some small talk, discussing what had happened in the previous session, and just relaxing for a few minutes. The game session was pretty enjoyable for everyone playing, as the players' Heroes are involved in a mystery involving some tomb desecrations, so there's a good deal of roleplaying going on at the moment (something the Friday night players enjoy a lot more than just combat stuff, though they appreciate that as well). The group has some suspicions of what's going on right now, though I won't confirm here whether they're right or wrong. :) There was a little skirmish with some rabble (nothing the Heroes couldn't handle, though it got the players' adrenalin flowing for a bit).
We finished gaming just after midnight, and the players admitted that they're regretting that I won't be GMing again until after July, as they're rather caught up in the game at the moment. (But they understand my need to take somewhat of a break, and get in some playing for a little bit.) Overall, I'm finding this version of Atlantis: The Second Age to be really enjoyable, the game system and mechanics being relatively simple and not getting in the way of roleplaying, and the game world keeping my interest. If I have any regret about the game at the moment it's that I don't have my physical copy of the Atlantis: Geographica yet, as I don't want to have to refer to the PDF version on the computer.
In any event, I'm looking forward to continuing the game in August. :)