thebohemiangamer says: Arcanum has an amazing setting and feel to it. The game play is fun, the story is cool, and there are very few RPGs of this era that did things this well. No idea why this doesn't have at least a dozen sequels.
thebohemiangamer says: Baldur's Gate will always be the legendary game that matched the best of Dungeons and Dragons with the overhead action RPG game style we still love today. And who can forget Minsc and Boo!
thebohemiangamer says: Improving on the original, Baldur's Gate II brought back Minsc and Boo (yay!) and just killed it with great story, and fantastic gameplay.
thebohemiangamer says: A sorely under rated, but great adventure game one of the first to use a photography mechanic, an amazingly quirky setting, a smart alec pig sidekick, why Beyond Good and Evil never did well was beyond me.
thebohemiangamer says: The rare game that twists normal game convention to see you play the bad guy in an amazingly fun dungeon sim with a style copied by a ton of games like Dwarfs?! and Evil Genius.
thebohemiangamer says: The first time I played Earthworm Jim on the Genesis I marveled at the amazing artwork and absolute nuttiness of the setting ("I'm a space worm...fighting a cat?") This game still holds up amazingly and is definitely worth owning.
thebohemiangamer says: Evil Genius takes Dungeon Keeper 2's mechanic and pairs it with a wacky 70's spy setting where you play an evil mastermind running an island lair. Fantastically fun gameplay with few flaws and great art.
thebohemiangamer says: F'ing Fallout. There are few games on here with a "traditional" setting and in my opinion Fallout will always be the best. If you like Post-Apocalyptic stuff as much as I do it's impossible to not love the Fallout series.
thebohemiangamer says: It's Fallout. Like I said in my review of the original the setting is hands down the most unique and interesting in all of video game land. The gameplay is pure classic RPG with a slight twist. Definitely play all of these (even the new ones).
thebohemiangamer says: Another under rated game Ghost Master pits you as a ghost controlling villain who must scare the hell out of everyone. The amount of ghosts with their varying abilities and the little stories behind everything make this game unique and fun.
thebohemiangamer says: I wish I could give this game 6 stars in addition to having all the amazing gameplay of Baldur's Gate, updated graphics and a great campaign they gave you the Aurora toolset to make your own stuff. Tons of servers still host MMO like persistent games
thebohemiangamer says: Hands down the most amazingly written RPG of all time. Few games come close to being as well done as Planescape was, classic RPG, amazing setting and art, and an absolutely EPIC ending.
thebohemiangamer says: Another great game with a crazy setting and cool art (sensing a theme? lol) Psychonauts wasn't nearly as popular as it should've been the game's story is great and the Meat Circus level is one I will never forget.
thebohemiangamer says: The original Tropico still holds up today as one of the most fun and refreshingly different sim games ever made. The new versions look pretty sure, but they still don't come close to the original. And the soundtrack rocks!
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