Truehare says: The grand master of immersion. Adelpha is a fascinating world, and every game mechanic is explained inside its universe. After playing for long periods, you won't answer by your name, you'll be expecting to be called "Ulukai" instead.
Truehare says: A close second. The open world is marvellous, even before Morrowind. Besides, the NPCs feel alive, have a lot of personality and intricate relationships with one another. The realistic training system is a plus.
Truehare says: Everything I said about the first game applies here, only with a bigger and more gorgeous world and better playability. Oh, and dragons! This is simply my favorite game of all time, and nothing else I could say would do it justice. Just play it.
Truehare says: If you've ever wondered what it's like to slowly go insane, unable to trust your own senses, play this gem. If you dare. The melancholic mood, beautifully disturbing ambients and twisted characters will get to you. Definitely NOT for everyone.
Truehare says: From the atmospheric intro, you'll know you're in for a ride. It's so movie-like you could die on the first scene, not knowing the intro was over. You forget it's a platformer, it feels like you're really there. And all that without text.
Truehare says: I'll only talk about the first game. If you want to feel like you are really alone in a haunted house, overpowered and almost defenseless (who wouldn't?), then play this one. It's also good to play so you learn the real meaning of Survival Horror.
Truehare says: Back then, RPGs were mostly about crawling dungeons and killing monsters. This masterpiece introduced the notions of talking your way out of trouble, solving any situation in at least three ways and creating a character that felt unique.
Truehare says: It's more of the same as FO1 with more polish, and thank god for that! The plot is almost as good, the world is as vast and alive as ever, and your actions carry a lot of weight. There's no excuse not to play this game (or its predecessor).
Truehare says: A gripping mystery/horror story, with Hoodoo, colorful characters and beautiful backgrounds. And blues! What's not to like? The puzzles do a great job of making you think like Gabriel, which should be the whole point of adventure games.
Truehare says: If you don't like to read, skip this game. For those who do, there's a fascinating multiverse to be gradually discovered through hours of talk. It's a plain RPG otherwise, but the setting, plot and characters make all the difference.
Truehare says: My first "open space" game and still the best. I got so involved exploring the Gemini sector and doing random missions, I never finished the main game. It does a great job of making you like or hate the various factions... Damn those Retros!
Truehare says: Been a long time since I played this. I don't remember much of the plot. But I do remember the feeling of uncovering it bit by bit, being drawn into the game's universe, the awe of learning that... *Ahem* I should go play it again. So should you.
Truehare says: Great game, wonderful graphics and soundtrack. The story draws you in. Listen closely to the songs with lyrics: You'll swear you can almost understand what they are saying, but it's gibberish. Makes you feel immersed in a familiar, alien world.
Truehare says: Ok, so this is more a it's-6am-I-have-to-get-to-work kind of immersion. Still, it's a deliciously addictive game that is better than its big brother Dungeon Keeper (a damn good game in its own right). Also, the atmosphere feels just perfect.
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