irish says: Troika's best and biggest, a rare gem of a rare genre - classic Steampunk RPG with quite possibly the most diverse character building system in any RPG to date. Great plot, tons of choices - another classic from the makers of Fallout 1.
irish says: The successor to Ultima Underworld. Extremely fun first person dungeon crawling RPG, with classic Ultima style crafting and an intuitive spellcasting system.
irish says: A simple and fun classic that revived D&D video games.
irish says: Sequel to the original, bigger and more detailed in almost every way. Builds on what made the first great.
irish says: A true classic staple of PC RPGs. The first real big beefy RPG to take things in a different direction - eschewing over-used fantasy settings and redundant class based character systems, marked with a distinct personality.
irish says: Sequel to the original. Bigger, more stuff, yet a heck of a lot sillier. Still as much of a classic as the original, but there's a definite shift in personality. I highly recommend the fan patch + restoration patch.
irish says: Great actiony RPG with an immersive Germanic-style game world. Engaging quests, fun combat, and a lot of neat places to explore with a very cultured personality and challenge.
irish says: Expanding on the first's charms, the sequel outdoes it in virtually every way. More of everything, from areas to explore to the detail of those areas. The Gold edition truly enhanced the game to a new level, too.
irish says: A Black Isle classic utilizing the Baldur's Gate engine, taking RPGs back to their roots: a horde of enemies to kill and a personalized hand made group of adventurers to kill them. Black Isle charm meets old school hack n slash.
irish says: A continuation of the first's foundations, this time with a 3rd Edition D&D rule set.
irish says: Not to be confused as a purely Black Isle outing, this highly ambitious fantasy early Renaissance Europe with a Crusades set-up that utilizes the Fallout character system while mixing with Diablo gameplay will enterain, but has many shortcomings.
irish says: A huge pack of some of the best Might and Magic games and some of the best old school hack-n-slash CRPGs. While some of the older ones may require a touch of nostalgia to really appreciate, this pack will not disappoint.
irish says: While the series may have hit its peak prior to M&M7, 7 is close enough to that peak to still be remarkable and highly enjoyable. A great companion to the 6 pack.
irish says: The winding down of an era - both for Might and Magic and soon after New World Computing. A bit crestfallen from the rest of the series, it is still rather enjoyable most especially if you're a fan. Save it for last.
irish says: While the original Neverwinter Nights was a bit of a dud, the two expansions and the plethora of content raised the quality of game quite considerably. Tack on the editor and the thriving online community and you've got nearly endless gameplay.
irish says: Quite possibly the single greatest CRPG and the crown jewel of the genre as a whole. Featuring a level of writing, choice, consequence and imagination that has yet to be matched or likely ever will be matched by any other videogame. A true classic.
irish says: A notable variation on the tried and true Diablo formula - this time featuring a massive static game world to explore ala Baldur's Gate, and a score of highly inventive classes mixed with an original character development system.
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