Trav's Top 10 RPGs of the 2000s2votes I like it
ChronoTravis says: The sequel to the classic original, is bigger and better. It expands on the story-line, introduces new characters, and refines the already excellent combat and exploration. One of the greatest examples of the genre.
ChronoTravis says: The more action heavy of its Infinity Engine cousins, this game focuses less on big story-lines and complex characters, and more on hack-n-slash and killing monsters. There is nothing wrong with that.
ChronoTravis says: Just like the original, only with more hack-n-slash, monster killing, and snow.
ChronoTravis says: The game plays very similar to the first two Fallout's, but the setting and story couldn't be more different. A fantasy game where Tolkien style orcs, elves, and goblins, live in a world with Victorian era technology.
ChronoTravis says: A console-style RPG in a futuristic, somewhat dystopian world. It is filled with humor and satire, and is a joy to play.
ChronoTravis says: Kicking off the decade on a high-note, Deus Ex combines RPG ideas of re-activity and character progression, with action and stealth, in a well-realized, fully 3D world. Also, it deals with some interesting tin-foil hat conspiracy theories.
ChronoTravis says: An epic fantasy RPG, where you play as a artificially enhanced super soldier. There is no real good and bad in this game world, only complex issues and morally grey people.
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