rileyaodh says: One of the first few games to bring the innovation of a fully dynamic world where your choices during the game do have consequences, marking the transition from earlier cRPG whose only RPG features were centered around Combat.
rileyaodh says: It's basically Fallout in a steampunk setting. You *have* to get this game if you love RPGs.
rileyaodh says: Weaker than the original, but still worth playing. Just don't expect a truly post-apocalyptic atmosphere, nor coherence in the game world as they made each places look like a ride selection from a theme park.
rileyaodh says: It's the cRPG that features the best writing you will ever find in a game but on the other hand, the gameplay mechanics are weak, combat isn't much fun. If you want to get through a *great* story, get it. If you don't, leave it since you'll hate it.
rileyaodh says: A flawed gems. You can find lots to nitpick but also lots to enjoy. The amount of content, like sidequests, is staggering, and the last time you'll ever see so much in a Bioware game. The next bioware games were much shorter and formulaic.
rileyaodh says: Concentrated fun with turn based combat and light "rpg-like" elements.
rileyaodh says: I recommend it because it has the most faithful reproduction of the D&D rules in a computer game. I only gave it three stars because it's all it is. The campaign is boring, the town is craptacular. Still worth a try for the true-to-D&D combat.
rileyaodh says: A dungeon crawler based on the infinity engine. You can't go wrong with that.
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