arbnknight says: It's Baldur's Gate! :) It helped make Bioware the RPG legends that they are today. If you haven't played it then play it. It is turn-based, which is almost unheard of in today's action-RPG but that's one of the things I like about it.
arbnknight says: I always enjoyed this more than Baldur's Gate. I felt it had similar good game play mechanics but with a unique storyline and a fixed main character (as opposed to BG's create a main character). Also, the Planescape setting for exotic environments.
arbnknight says: This to me felt like Baldur's Gate without a strong story line, but with more freedom to create your own party and do what you like. It still has the awesome Baldur's Gate gameplay.
arbnknight says: Another unique setting of post nuclear war, with a character that isn't as deep as some of the other on this list but hey this game is worth it for its sense of humour and mature content.
arbnknight says: It's the follow up to Fallout....that's all you need to know! :)
arbnknight says: A very fun game, where you get to play a vampire living his life (or undeath) across multiple period in his centuries of existance. Not as polished as some of the other RPGs on this list but still worth a look.
arbnknight says: A pseudo steampunk crossed fantasy world that get you mix magic with industrial age technology (foremost of which is the steam engine).
arbnknight says: Can't be Raymond E. Feist for a storyline.
arbnknight says: May not include a Raymond E. Feist storyline, but hey it's based on one! That's got to count for something!
arbnknight says: Not quite as story rich as the other games on the list, but has a good deep RPG system implementation but is very classical. It may not appeal to people that haven't played pen & paper RPGs or old school computer RPGs.
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