chautemoc says: The atmosphere and gameplay are in some senses very 'old', but it's all presented in a pretty accessible way. Casting spells with the mouse can be troublesome, but overall, it's an RPG you shouldn't skip over even today. An unofficial patch helps.
chautemoc says: In many ways your standard hack and slash RPG, with beautiful art direction and an addictive combo spell system. Nothing stopping you from getting into this.
chautemoc says: Relies heavily on dialogue and story, both of which test with the best. With the resolution mod, it works out well on current monitors, thanks in part to the clean and unique graphics.
chautemoc says: The game that put Crytek on the map as one of the top FPS developers. Even vanilla it's fine given how ahead of its time it was, but a heap of mods help bring it closer to today's standards.
chautemoc says: With the hi-res patch, it actually competes with today's games, and seems to look even better than the new HD console release. Mostly accessible, fun gameplay seals the deal.
chautemoc says: Simple, classic platformer with lush art and plug and play controller support.
chautemoc says: Might seem a bit dodgy at first, but give yourself a few hours to get used to the mechanics, and you'll see the gameplay and dialogue shine through. Mods help.
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