BambamCZ says: Lenghty adventure of Geralt the Witcher. One of the few games to have moraly grey choices...In the end even the Witcher will have to pick a side.
BambamCZ says: Venture beyond the gates of Candlekeep and find out that there are more omnious problems at hand than the iron shortage. Game that started a legend of the Baldur's Gate.
BambamCZ says: Ah, the child of Bhaal...right after the events of the first game Baldur's Gate 2 Shadows of Amn picks up with the player in a cage at hands of a man, Irenicus. Bioware's epic with great story, battles and several endings.
BambamCZ says: Troika games made some great games. Ex-Black Isle employees mostly. Greyhawk: The Temple of elemental evil is their last D&D game. Lighter on the story but heavy on combat, possibly the best fights of all the D&D licenced games.
BambamCZ says: It may not have the quality and talents of Troika as it's spiritual successor Bloodlines but still Redemption is a great vampire tale weaved into an action RPG that plays a bit like Diablo but it's not as hectic.
BambamCZ says: Icewind Dale series same as Temple of Elemental Evil are D&D based games that are great despite being lighter on the story side as the fights are much more fleshed out. AD&D ruleset makes it better suited for veterans of the genre.
BambamCZ says: Second game improves on a lot from the first game. Last game on the infinity engine looks gorgeous. And for once spins an interesting tale that starts off as mere goblin attack but turns out to be that and much more.
BambamCZ says: Great game that excels with its multiplayer component. Be it PVP or Coop. Plus Hordes of the Underdark and Shadows of Undertide are great expansions that will make the experience last even longer. Plus the editor makes sure you never run out of fun.
BambamCZ says: Good ol' Fallout. Post apocalyptic RPG that has you in a time limit looking for a part for your Vaults water supply system. Time constraint is annoying but soon you'll forget about it because of the stellar writing and addictive gameplay.
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