Games I'll never forget23votes I like it
TheMoatMonster says: The writing was on-and-off, as was the voice acting, and the combat was very frustrating, but Divine Divinity was a brave attempt to tell an interesting story while also having action-packed combat. It nearly succeeded.
TheMoatMonster says: An interesting game to say the least. Definitely not perfect, but for £6 it's worth a look for any action-RPG fan. It takes many of the same risks as DD up there, mixing action with storytelling. It made the same mistakes.
TheMoatMonster says: Best UT game ever. Okay, some fans of the later games may disagree, but this one is the purest, most Unreal of the UT games ever to come out. The others borrowed heavily from Quake 3 and Halo, removing the original feeling of the first game.
TheMoatMonster says: A pretty damn good single-player FPS, mixing action with exploration and maybe a little bit of horror. It may look a bit dated now, but the gameplay is just as good as it ever was.
TheMoatMonster says: Do I even need to explain this one? Worth £10. Worth £20. Worth anything, for you will never experience anything else like it. Platforming can be frustrating, but the story is Tim Schafer at his best.
TheMoatMonster says: Kaboom! Death! Things die! Any fans of the original DOOM ought to know why I love this so much. This is FPS the way it used to be - mad and almost story-less. On co-op multiplayer, it's something truly unforgettable.
TheMoatMonster says: With the exception of the sequel, Baldur's Gate is quite possibly the best fantasy RPG ever created. Brilliant characters, a unique story and the D&D ruleset to back that all up. The game is pretty slow-going at the start, but its worth it.
TheMoatMonster says: I never played this solo, so I have no idea what the story was like, but playing it multiplayer was some of the most fun I can remember. Faintly. It was a while ago.
TheMoatMonster says: An odd little game, in which you controlled little soldiers and, in my case at least, got them killed gruesomely.
TheMoatMonster says: A fantastic FPS which failed financially because it ended up going against DOOM, the king of FPS games. With it's dated Wolf3D engine, it didn't stand a chance. Great game, and consider this my spot for both Blake AND Wolf3D.
TheMoatMonster says: A truly unique RTS, and quite an old-fashion one. Defend your king! Build your defenses and your village. Keep the people happy, should they leave the castle and leave you without workers. Again, another game best played multiplayer, but good solo.
TheMoatMonster says: Possibly even better than the first, because it was almost the same game with more stuff. If you can only buy one, I'd recommend this one. Even though it's £10, while the first is £6.
TheMoatMonster says: I'm putting this in for my brother, for I never really finished the single-player. But from what I remember of the multiplayer, it was awesome. It may LOOK weird, but . . . yeah it's weird, and worth your money.
TheMoatMonster says: Some truly wacky adventure games, a bit old and decrepit now, sure, but as funny and crazy as they ever were, I bet.
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