semjaza says: Have a social life? Partner? If so, don't get this game. The writing is stellar, the characters excellent -- in fact, the game's only fault is the combat, which isn't great. Should you buy this and become a hermit, don't blame me. I told you so.
semjaza says: This game is also anathema to a social life. It has an engrossing story, tactical combat, and the game's absolutely huge. Okay, it's not as good as Planescape, but few things are that still involve keeping your clothes on for.
semjaza says: Don't buy this. When you're sat in a pool of your own bodily waste, twitching from caffeine overdose and having not eaten or slept in three days, you will remember my advice. Save yourself the anguish. I wish I had. This is turn-based excellence.
semjaza says: I got this game when it first came out. My computer could barely handle it -- it took nearly 10 minutes to start, and a peculiar bug rendered everything in metallic monochrome. I still played it, though. A lot. Excellent action-RPG.
semjaza says: In this game, you get to kill important plot NPCs and animate them as zombies to dance as meat-puppets for your diabolical amusement, *and* there's voice-acted dialogue for just this eventuality. The combat may be clunky, but Arcanum's RPG gold.
semjaza says: The best space-sim ever made. (Yes, better than Tie Fighter.) Dust off your force-feedback joystick, buy this, install the FSSCP (source code mod that massively improves graphics), then prepare for a serious case of can't-possibly-go-to-work-itis.
semjaza says: A derivative and clunky A-RPG with a stupid, *stupid* name and voice-acting that sounds like the programmers simply mumbled into a microphone... ... and yet this game's really quite good. The humour actually succeeds, and the combat can be great.
semjaza says: Before fanboys firebomb my house, I should say: ignore the fact that this game says 'Fallout' in the title. Tactics is best approached as a turn-based combat game in its own right, not as part of a franchise. It's good; it's just not Fallout.
semjaza says: This game involves jokes about exploding heads, the ability to set squirrels on fire with the power of your mind, and a circus made of meat. It's deranged, extremely funny, and damnably good.
semjaza says: Hatch Machiavellian plots to bring down all who oppose you. Or have people beaten up and throw toad gunk at their houses while cackling maniacally. This is a medieval life sim, if medieval life involved regularly flinging toad gunk. It's also fun.
semjaza says: This space sim features Newtonian physics. This typically means you'll spy an enemy at very long range, accelerate to a significant fraction of c, and then smash into the nearest planet. And swear a lot. Persist, though, and you'll be rewarded.
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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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