gully_dwarf says: The setting is a rich one that never really caught on in mainstream table-top RPGs, and the transition to CRPG was plagued by control issues and a translation of the rules set that annoyed the table-top fan base. Highly recommended.
gully_dwarf says: Troika's first outing, Arcanum is like a blend of Fallout and Baldurs Gate. Unfortunately, it was plagued by glitches, bugs, a bad interface, and serious game imbalances in favor of magic. Still, the main plot has great twists, and is recommended.
gully_dwarf says: Don't fret, fans of Krondor - this is a talk about Antara. Betrayal in Antara is Krondor's simpler, shallower cousin. Often frustrating because the quests involve a LOT of wandering, Antara's voice acting is good, and the characters are likeable.
gully_dwarf says: Not truly an RPG, but more akin to Jagged Alliance, Fallout: Tactics was expected by many to be greatly similar to what had come before. Truthfully, Tactics is a fun (if sometimes challenging) romp through the wasteland worthy of the Fallout name.
gully_dwarf says: Certainly, "almost classic" is a controversial label for Neverwinter Nights, yet hear me out. The original campaign was GARBAGE. Undrentide was a move in the right direction, but very short. Only when Underdark was released did NWN get good.
gully_dwarf says: This fun little gem has always brought a smile to my face. I'm a sucker for the "normal guy from the REAL WORLD (TM) gets sucked into a fantasy realm" genre, and Nox tickles that itch while throwing a Diablo-esque experience. Play a Wizard.
gully_dwarf says: The huge world map in Sacred is mind boggling. While, like Nox, it's more of an action RPG similar to Diablo, Sacred brings its own unique charm. Definitely worth a look, though for me, it was difficult to hold my interest for long.
gully_dwarf says: Created by Western developers, Septerra Core is modeled after JRPGs. It has a decent story and likeable characters - but combat is exceptionally tedious and character customization is lacking (both appearance and rules set wise). Its worth a look.
gully_dwarf says: It's not everyone's cup of tea - it's an almost exact translation of the D&D 3.5 rules set. It's turn-based. It has severe level restrictions. Wandering outside areas appropriate for your level will get you killed. But I love it. Clerics for the win.
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Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
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