Carlos13th says: After sneaking out from your childhood home in the middle of the night you end up mostly alone to discover the sword coast. Fantastic game full of questions, monsters, dungeons and intresting NPC's. Remember if all else fails "GO FOR THE EYES BOOO"
Carlos13th says: Carries on where the first game left off but with a much improved game system, the ability to dual wield and a huge city called Amn. Ohh and a dungeon you have to escape. Join the thieves guild, join the vampires rack down a murderer its your call.
Carlos13th says: Game with a genuinely intresting choice system. Most games the choices are a binary and obvious as save a puppy or burn down an orphanage. In the Witcher the effects of your choices may not be apparent for several hours.
Carlos13th says: Everything that was great about the first game but with a much improved battle system and a story you have to play at least twice.
Carlos13th says: If you loved the battle system and gameplay of Baldur's gate but the story and background of party members was less of a concern to you try out ice wind dale. In this you create all size members of your party.
Carlos13th says: Another RPG well worth playing, the sequel to Icewind Dale. Create your party and venture forth to be waylaid by enemies of numerous types.
Carlos13th says: Gameplay wise its similar to Icewind Dale and Baldur's gate but the story here is something a bit special. Don't want to go to much into it for fear of spoilers so let me just say you should play this game.
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