DaemonWrathchild says: Very underrated RPG-Strategy title in the vein of HOMM series. Colorful graphics and a deep turn-based combat system will keep you coming back.
DaemonWrathchild says: Gameplay of Fallout meets D&D in a steampunk setting. A rich and rewarding experience, and a must-buy for all RPG fans.
DaemonWrathchild says: Dungeon-crawling at its best, this game is the spiritual successor to Ultima Underworld series. Very atmospheric, dark RPG with a cool motion-based rune magic system.
DaemonWrathchild says: The game that defined RPG's ever since it was released... Bioware and Black Isle's best IP. If you haven't played BG series yet, don't call yourself an RPG fan.
DaemonWrathchild says: The best game in the series and the most epic RPG experience ever released IMHO. Bioware's best game.
DaemonWrathchild says: A HOMM clone with a simple battle system with a heavy emphasis on exploration. The graphics and art style are very good, though the battles may be a little unforgiving at earlier missions. Still a very good game.
DaemonWrathchild says: Silly name, great game. Old-school hack and slash RPG with a vast world and good variety of quests. A bit on the difficult side (especially the first dungeon), but a must play game. Very underrated.
DaemonWrathchild says: Classic D&D 2nd Edition CRPG. Though not as deep as BG series or PS:Torment, Icewind Dale features fun, intense combat with great 2D visuals (thanks to Infinity Engine) and one of the best soundtracks in gaming history, composed by Jeremy Soule.
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