The Dungeons & Dragons Eternium5votes I like it
TactualRain says: This started it all - in 1998 the original Baldur's Gate shipped to critical and community acclaim. Nothing like this had really come out, and it was the debut for the Infinity Engine - which would become responsible for telling great stories.
TactualRain says: This one's my favourite RPG of all time - at times delightful, at times soulful, and always brilliant.
TactualRain says: A good ol' fashioned dungeon crawl, IWD is a classic of D&D monster smashing.
TactualRain says: With some of the best storytelling in any game, BGII redefined polish and brilliance in the RPG genre. I loved the finale - but more, I loved the relationships between the characters
TactualRain says: If you didn't have *quite* enough of bashing monsters, there's more in IWD2. This is the same with more stuff - but also more polish.
TactualRain says: Surprisingly fun, this mix of RPG and RTS is at its best (in my view :) when in the RPG side of it. Underground, it's always fun.
TactualRain says: I'm not sure if there's anything that would give you more great RPG for your dollar than this pack. What I love about the engine is that many great expansions exist from the community - check out Dreamcatcher from Adam Miller :)
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