DragonRD says: I'm yet to buy it on GOG.com but Baldur's Gate remains in my top 3 RPGs of all time. I adore this game more than the second. It was the first game to make me read what NPCs said. It's second only to Planescape Torment in terms of well written text.
DragonRD says: I absolutely love Disciples 2. It works the much same way as HoMM 3 (Heroes of Might and Magic 3) although you don't keep recruiting new units, the ones you do buy upgrade into more powerful "tiers" depending which research tree you choose. Superb.
DragonRD says: If you're not a fan of Disciples 2 but love the idea of the genre this may be the game to buy. It works the same way only that you build units per week and they don't have exp or levels, you can upgrade them, however you may do so only once.
DragonRD says: The best way to describe this game would be a less balanced Warcraft 3, however with that said you get to keep your hero which levels up and has a range of abilities that allow you to provide support for your new units (exp) or for your hero spells.
DragonRD says: Amazingly fun blast from the past. You create a party of four adventures and may recruit two non-combat "followers". All the classes do upgrade into better tiers via a quest. Paladins for example upgrade into Champions. This may only apply to 6.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
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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