Classic RPGs3votes I like it
pedrorq says: Richard Garriott's most legendary open world masterpiece is the RPG all other RPGs were compared to.
pedrorq says: Possibly the only true RPG ever created, with options at virtually every turn. You can play through years of game time.
pedrorq says: Maybe the best 1st person RPG ever made, with a story by Raymond Feist and open world exploration and memorable characters.
pedrorq says: The two David W. Bradley classics are hardcore RPGs at their best for number-crunching fans.
pedrorq says: The Jon van Caneghem's M&M series, including its peak M&M6.
pedrorq says: Hard but unique RPG series in which party members can disagree with each other to the point of murder or robbing each other. For hardcore players only.
pedrorq says: The Westwood masterpiece Lands of Lore marks the peak of 90-degree-turn RPGs of the 90s.
pedrorq says: Lori Ann and Corey Cole's RPG and adventure hybrids are all worth playing. QfG1 and 4 would be some of the best RPGs ever made. QfG2 has one of the best reward scenes ever seen.
pedrorq says: A history lesson and a great RPG in one, and possibly the best ending in the history of RPGs.
pedrorq says: Ultima purists would call U4 the best Ultima, my personal preference would go for U6. U5 was the first RPG with NPC schedules. A Richard Garriott trio that must be played.
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