garrixon says: The spiritual successor to the Eye of the Beholder Series.
garrixon says: Classic turn based role playing games. Some of these are really old but they're all still playable and the games are immense.
garrixon says: The 7th game in the Might and Magic series. It runs of M&MVI's engine.
garrixon says: The last M&M game made with the Mandate of Heaven's Engine, also the last good M&M game.
garrixon says: Based on a German pen and paper RPG system called The Dark Eye, this game has exloration in first person and tactical turn based battles from a top down view a la SSI's Gold Box Series. Fans of either series should check the other one out as well.
garrixon says: Arguably the best of the series. Incredibly challenging and deep.
garrixon says: Another Eye of the Beholder-esque game. This one is from Chris Taylor one of the designers of the Fallout games.
garrixon says: Really old but sort of a right of passage for RPG fans. The dungeons are in 3d and exploration is in 2d.
garrixon says: Ultima 4 & 5 are very similar to the first 3 games, but Ultima 6 is a massive leap forward in graphics and takes place in a top down view.
garrixon says: The greatest dungeon crawlers of all time. Influenced pretty much every first person game to follow, from Elder Scrolls to Thief to System Shock.
garrixon says: Those looking for more old school first person RPGs should try to track down the following games: SSI's Gold Box Games The Bard's Tale Series Wizardry Series Eye of the Beholder Series Elder Scrolls Series
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