"Check this out: it's a Super Sentai (not PR, but Sentai) game where you play as a bunch of Stuntmen tired of a Toei-esque company taking advantage of them, so they go off and open their own Sentai studio where they'll shoot their own indie series.
You fundraise and manage the studio, buy the props to make the show, and teach the actors new skills. Then, while shooting, the actors begin to confuse it for real fighting scenarios, and you play a turn-based RPG with it.
It looks like it'll be a strong game, and tries to stay faithful to the source material as best it can while allowing for a wide audience. I'm looking forward to it, and I figure you and the rest of the community will too.
Also, to note: It's the same company who developed the very successful 'Knights of Pen and Paper'. They're both very meta games, and give plenty of nods to their respective fandoms. Check it out, and see if it's worth sharing."