So I see Edge Studio (the new home of Fantasy Flight Games' RPGs) has their store up at DriveThruRPG:
Looks like every game except the Star Wars RPG is up for digital downloads and that is a good thing. It also looks like they have a community-content program up for Genesys with a foundry program:
The program includes style guides, templates, and a 50-50 revenue split with EDGE Studio, plus retaining rights to your original IP (like the unique setting, characters, story, etc). I see that as fair given they need to make money in order to keep supporting the game with books and dice, plus the acquisition costs for the game. If you want 100% of revenue for your game, go B/X or roll your own, but I feel this is reasonable for supporting a system so many are fans of, and personally I want to see this game continue and have strong community support.
I am liking Genesys more as a structured story game. It is like a FATE-style story-system, but more geared towards cinematic play with easier to interpret narrative events built into the dice. It feels like the Star Wars game and movies with an ever-shifting balance or power, good things and bad happening, and lots of unpredictable things built into the rolls. The symbols on the dice make it easier to interpret "what bad or good things happen" on a roll, and the rolls are also macro enough to cover a large swath of action - like one roll covering a transition scene in a movie.
Roll Streetwise to find the seedy bar the suspect is known to frequent, and cover the hours-long task with one toss of the dice. Does anything good or bad happen while you are looking and asking around? Roll the dice and see. Do you even find it? Is there a possible cost, or did you gain a benefit? One roll does it all.
The only thing holding me back from fully enjoying the game was a lack of settings and genre-specific content. With the Foundry it feels like the community is being set loose on this problem, and that is a great thing.
Looks like some great stuff coming up and I am looking forward to what comes next.