MadOverlord says: It just oozes charm. When you enter the post apocalypse future for the first time, what kind of person will you be in the wasteland? Are you heroic? Are you a badass that doesn't follow anybody's rules but your own? So many choices!
MadOverlord says: The same charm as Fallout 1, but with even more depth. Having played Fallout 1 is not a requirement. What you can do: Become a slaver (human trafficking), hire prostitutes, become a pornstar, or join the mafia. Has more depth than Fallout 3.
MadOverlord says: One of my favorite games of all time, despite having the worst inventory controls I have ever seen. That's saying a lot! You're sent a prison colony (not on accident), where 3 factions vie for power. You can even smoke weed! No joke!
MadOverlord says: I've played this so many times! The gameplay is still similar to Gothic 1. It takes place in a large new non-prison world. Multiple solutions to problems keep it interesting. Again you can join 3 guilds, with their own quests and personalities.
MadOverlord says: The spiritual successor to Ultima Underworld. You wander a spooky underground world. Some might compare gameplay to Oblivion, but this came out waaaay before that, and quite honestly, has twice the personality. (Though that's not saying much.)
MadOverlord says: This isn't your typical "Orcs and Trolls" D&D setting. It's a journey into the bizarre. One example: The Lady of Pain rules the city, but anybody who worships her is cut to shreds by her shadow. That's just one of many weird things in this game.
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