stumegan says: Gameplay.. the weapons, the spells, the quests, the storyline all integrated seamlessly.. Though BG2 looks nicer it doesnt play as well. This for me was the apex of a D&D version game implementation. The game mechanics rule.
stumegan says: I will be repeating others I know but a very absorbing immersive game even tho not first person. For me the use of the haunting 'Maybe' by the Inkspots framed the game experience.. Utterly repayable.
stumegan says: I played this initially on the XBOX then on PC.. For me, another game where you had to think to survive.. great squad tactics and endless strategies to succeed.
stumegan says: One of the few FP shooter games I replayed many times. Excellent world, great great mission design, and so many ways to get through a level. Graphics even now are wonderful. 10/10 imo.
stumegan says: The best game of this type.. Great story and flexibility in squad designs, and the need to conserve every shot and think about every location you squad members took up. You had to plan or else. Great use of personalities and squad char humor too :)
stumegan says: Unique in its emphasis on story.. very absorbing.. the most enjoyable game using this engine.
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