At my wife's request, I am preparing a Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay game. (I'll be using 2nd edition rules, with the 1st edition book as a sort of big ass supplement/sourcebook.) I have decided to set this game in Bretonnia... less halflings and guns, more knights and chivalry. (Also more corruption, oppression, etc.) The wife already rolled up a Knight Errant, though she was somewhat shocked when she found out that she had to play a male, or else a female disguised as a male.
Yes, WFRP, when it comes to Bretonnia, sticks to historical gender roles and socio-economic models. (If you are unfamiliar with Warhammer, Bretonnia is basically a mishmash of medieval France and Arthurian legend.) This is an interesting change of pace from roleplaying games like Deadlands that ignore historical race/gender/class issues entirely. Obviously, neither of these games are historical, but they are molded after historical periods. (Another tidbit about the Warhammer setting- most of the countries are real world countries with the serial numbers filed off... Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia...they're all there, just renamed*.)
As it stands, I plan to run the Kung Fu Cyclopedia game every other Friday night after our training concludes (so about 9:30 pm or so.) The Warhammer game will be on the alternate Saturday at 3 pm. I figure that the only way to make running two campaigns a sustainable thing come August is to make sure that I only have to run one per week.
*Italy isn't even renamed so much as the syllables are just rearranged; Italy becomes Tilea. Come on, now.