herrorcman says: This remains my favorite RPG of all time... you can almost never play the same game twice, the magick vs technology angle is interesting, it's well-written, and it provides endless hours of entertainment.
herrorcman says: Ah... Planescape... One of the most bizarre and complex RPG's I've ever played. The mechanics are straightforward, but the dialogue and storyline are what really make this game so amazing.
herrorcman says: What is there to be said about Baldur's Gate that hasn't already been said many times before? It's the quintessential modern RPG that all other Western RPG's since owe something to.
herrorcman says: I really treat both the original and the sequel as a continuous saga, so if you get BG1, you need to get BG2 to complete the story. Technically, BG2 plays better, but both games are equally amazing.
herrorcman says: I need not say much about Fallout 2. It's pretty much the ultimate open-world RPG. The only thing that isn't good about it is the beginning, but once you get past the "trial," you find a massive world full of surprises.
herrorcman says: Fallout... the "original" open-world RPG. Sure it's often brutally difficult, but it's one of those games that once you start playing, it's hard to put down. Although I must admit, the sequel is much more legendary.
herrorcman says: While it doesn't have the best writing around, this is the closest you're gonna get to the tabletop D&D 3.5 experience. It's brutally difficult, but if you're patient with it, it provides a phenomenal party-based RPG experience.
herrorcman says: Neverwinter Nights is one of those RPG's that is both excellent right out of the box and has an amazing mod community. Really the fan-made mods are what make this game a must-have, but it's definitely a great D&D game regardless.
herrorcman says: While its sequel outdid it in nearly every way, the original Gothic is a phenomenal action-RPG in its own right. There's only one major problem: it has the worst controls I've ever seen in an RPG. If you can get past that, a great experience awaits.
herrorcman says: Gothic 2's pretty much the pinnacle of the series. It's both marvelously complex and extremely challenging. The awkward combat system and weak voice acting are really the only let-downs, but they can be looked past fairly easily.
herrorcman says: Gothic 3 got a bad rap when it was released due to bug issues, but now that those are sorted out with community patches, it's a phenomenal open-world action-RPG. It's much more accessible, albeit easier, than its predecessor, but not quite as good.
herrorcman says: Arx Fatalis was Arkane Studios' attempt to pay homage to the classic Ultima Underworld (originally intended to be UU3, ironically), and it did a great job. Challenging, fun dungeon crawling with a highly interesting magic system await you herein.
herrorcman says: The definitive version of a phenomenal action-RPG. Once you get past some adjustment to the odd gameplay mechanics and voiceovers, you'll find a deep, clever title based on a best-selling Polish novel series.
herrorcman says: That it's free only helps, since Ultima 4 is one of those RPG's that, without it, we probably wouldn't have the genre as it is today. Definitely a game to look into, despite its really awkward controls and learning curve.
herrorcman says: Easily one of the best RPG's of all time, Ultima 7 is also one of the most genre-defining. Pretty much everything you can find in a modern RPG was done in Ultima 4, 5, 6, or 7 first. Definitely grab this one.
herrorcman says: Make no mistake: this is an RPG, not an FPS. And when you treat it as such, you'll find a marvelously atmospheric cyberpunk experience wrapped up in conspiracies. Everyone needs to play this one.
herrorcman says: Betrayal at Krondor was one of those defining RPG's that everyone just needs to play. That this comes with Betrayal in Antara only adds more value to the package.
herrorcman says: Lands of Lore 1 was a phenomenal, if difficult RPG with great writing and classic dungeon crawler-style gameplay. 2, on the other hand, was more action-oriented, and took a few missteps, but was still quite good. Well worth looking into.
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