Smannesman says: A true classic, not only because Strategic RPGs are quite rare when compared to other genre's, but also because it's one of the few good games developed by a Dutch company ;)
Smannesman says: A classic in so many ways. It plays almost like an interactive movie because of the cutscenes and wonderful animation. A great action/platformer.
Smannesman says: A great RPG in a Steampunk world with a lot places to explore and interesting stories to read.
Smannesman says: An under appreciated classic first person RPG. Like Ultimate Underworld the game takes place in an underground world and uses an interesting gesture based spellcasting system.
Smannesman says: Although I found it a bit too boring when I first played it, no-one can deny the importance of the Baldur's Gate series for the CRPG.
Smannesman says: Another under appreciated game, a classic action adventure not unlike Zelda. The gameplay, the story and the whole look of the game make for a fun and interesting experience.
Smannesman says: Pure 2.5D fun and mayhem, possibly the best game ever developed with the Build engine. I find it hard to imagine anyone can play this game and not grin (perhaps even laugh out loud).
Smannesman says: I would've selected the first Broken Sword, but it's not in the catalogue. The Broken Sword series has helped keep the adventure genre alive with it's interesting puzzles, stories and good graphics.
Smannesman says: A classic from an era of classics. Simple, cute graphics combined with simple, but addictive gameplay mechanics and mayhem.
Smannesman says: An interesting game that is relatively unknown. A hack & slash adventure where you freely swing your weapon to cut off limbs and heads. A system which is almost as fun when it doesn't work as when it does ;)
Smannesman says: Humor and mayhem in a 2.5D environment. A classic FPS that introduced the Build engine to the world.. when the Quake engine was already running in full 3D. The game also reintroduced gamers to Duke Nukem who is now renowned for Duke Nukem Forever.
Smannesman says: One of the first 3D RTS games.With features such as a day/night cycle, weather and an underground level where players could dig tunnels.
Smannesman says: Classic 2D wacky platformers.
Smannesman says: Another classic 2D CRPG. One of the few RPGs to boldly go into the post apocalyptic setting. A true classic with an interesting world filled with interesting stories and places and one heck of a fun combat system.
Smannesman says: A classic dark adventure game from the days that Sierra was the king of the adventure game developers.
Smannesman says: A great strategy game. Lead your pack of mercenaries to victory in this exciting game of turn-based combat with RPG elements.
Smannesman says: A fascinating adventure game with a story that spans multiple dimensions.
Smannesman says: The MoO games are pretty much the definition of 4x games.
Smannesman says: Built using a voxel engine, this game is a classic action adventure.
Smannesman says: Almost a sequel to the spirit of Doom, a FPS where you're constantly besieged by waves of enemies. Not innovative in any way, but serious fun in co-op mode.
Smannesman says: A great classic adventure that mixes a 3D world with FMV to create a gripping storyline.
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