_Varyag_ says: If BG1 was the King, BGII and ToB are the supreme God-Emperor of role playing games. This game is in a category all by itself, in terms of gameplay and scope. Nothing even comes close.
_Varyag_ says: The King. Set the standards for RPG greatness. Mandatory playing for any true RPG geek. Stock up on food and dig in.
_Varyag_ says: The undisputed champion of wickedly weird storytelling and characterization. Part of the big three role playing pantheon with Baldur's Gate and Fallout.
_Varyag_ says: Top dog in non-fantasy role playing games. Still retains that position, a decade later. Forget the elves and strap on your turbo plasma rifle.
_Varyag_ says: Wasteland madness continues. By the time you're through with Fallout 2, Mad Max will look like a n00b. Consume with Nuka Cola.
_Varyag_ says: When people tell you about the “living and breathing” world in their fancy new game you’ll just smile. Gothic did it first. And better too.
_Varyag_ says: Equal parts good and buggy. Still, this is technology and magic like you've never seen them before. And admit it, you've never seen orcs pilot a fighter plane.
_Varyag_ says: Rougher than the sequel but if your keyboard survives the mutilations of the steep learning curve - fun awaits.
_Varyag_ says: Its a straight old school DnD dungeon romp, executed with wonderful 2D graphics and a great musical score. Its not Baldur's Gate or Torment, and its aims are a little lower - but its still a good game.
_Varyag_ says: On its own, NWN was a poor offering - a toolbox shipped with a pretty average campaign. However the addition of expansion packs and user made mods extended its lifespan significantly. Its DnD without tactics. Take that as you will.
_Varyag_ says: TOEE, in its patched and more or less bug free state serves to scratch the same itch as Icewind Dale. Its a story light, combat oriented dungeon crawl with the best DnD 3.5 implementation ever. But no more than that.
_Varyag_ says: A pure Diablo clone with a surprising amount of world interactivity and depth. Personally I found it a much more enjoyable experience than Diablo 2.
_Varyag_ says: The final Infinity Engine game, while polished and well made - is a bit dull. Still, fans of the original are bound to like it - its really more of the same. 3.5 Stars.
_Varyag_ says: A decent action rpg, which tries some ambitious ideas - a narrative spanning two distinct time periods and a love story (rare in games). Degenerates somewhat towards the end, and the action isn't as balanced as it should be - but it can be fun.
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