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socken says: If you don't know this game-Shame on you. This is my all time favorite, and even if others wouldn't put it as their absolute best, it is up there. I have played it countless times, and a game this long that can be played over and over is rare!
socken says: This game definitely didn't get the credit it deserves. Mass Effect's granddaddy. Third person shooting-Check. Deep story-Orson Scott Card wrote it. Vehicle Missions-Check. Biotics-something like that.
socken says: Ok, this game is butt ugly by today's standards. If you can look past that, this game is absolutely incredible. Tactical fights, Penned by Raymond E Feist, and a massive world to wander around in. It's very much like interacting with a book.
socken says: I don't know exactly why, but I find the original IWD so much more engrossing than it's sequel. After falling in love with BG2, I needed more of that style and fell in to IWD's cold embrace. Less story and more action.
socken says: I will never forget getting to be Godzilla-like and the hilariously awesome things that the frightened fish-citizens spout out at you. The variety of levels are huge, and all are well executed.
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