cschock says: Interesting premise, competent implementation and remarkable replay potential make Arcanum a very good CRPG. A definite keeper.
cschock says: If you like Advanced Dungeons and Dragons and always wanted a faithful PC version, this is your game. Even if you never tried the pen and paper game, Baldur's Gate is an RPG with depth, style, and the looks to match.
cschock says: Some of the most hilarious dialog in any computer game ever made is voiced by your Imp Man Servant in Baldur's Gate 2. Almost worth the price for this alone, but then you also get 100+ hours of CRPG fun as well. BONUS!
cschock says: Caesar III is a deep and absorbing game. It has a lot of detail, which I really liked. Overall, it does an excellent job of blending construction, management, and strategy.
cschock says: My only substantive complaint about the game is the time limit, but even that has its own charm.
cschock says: Possibly the best CRPG ever made, I replay it once a year or so. High marks for outstanding musical score as well.
cschock says: If you like space combat games, Freespace 2 was the best to come along in years. A strong combination of single and multiplayer fun that made a convincing claim on the crown of "Best Space Sim Series."
cschock says: Despite the differences, Heroes of Might and Magic 3 is more a subtle refinement of the second game in the series than a really new experience. And that's good since you don't want to screw up a classic.
cschock says: I-War borrows the best bits from other games and then dumps a whole load of originality on them. The result is a slick and well presented game with great graphics and excellent playability.
cschock says: If you at all liked Baldur's Gate, there is no reason to put off buying Icewind Dale. While shorter on plot, it has more combat action. Think massive dungeon crawl!
cschock says: Possibly the only game with a 1970's funk soundtrack ever made. Plus some fun auto combat as well!
cschock says: The Magnum Opus from Black Isle Studios, more text dialog than you can shake a stick at with plenty of game play to move things along.
cschock says: Sanitarium delivers the complete package. It begins with a first rate story and combines it seamlessly with the puzzles to make an excellent graphic adventure.
cschock says: Shogo: Mobile Armor Division followed in the story-driven shooter tradition of Jedi Knight but did so with a style and flair all its own.
cschock says: Alpha Centauri has that elusive "oh crap its 4 am and I have to go to work at 8" quality that is the hallmark of a great game.
cschock says: I found Thief: The Dark Project an entirely engrossing game. Its' combination of interesting story, completely unique game play, and the need to use your wits not your trigger finger make it a standout in a sea of conformity.
cschock says: Thief II: The Metal Age, is a deep, interesting, fun to play game that provides a wonderful dose of something completely different in an age when clones of clones and corporate risk aversion left us with far too much dross and far too little gold.
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