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Gothic series try Risen, made by the same people. dragon age and dragon age II.
1. I think that the Witcher 2 Fred Perry Outlet may actually be interesting. It's completely different than the Witcher 1 gameplay wise. Now it will be much closer to Gothic/Risen.
I gave Gothic 4 a go, very disappointed. It is so much different to Gothic 3, much less character customisation and i don't like the combat system, it's too easy. It's more of a hack and slash Diablo II type thing. Also it looks like theres not going to be loads of viable ways to make money like Gothic 3 (Hunting/Mining/Crafting etc.) The graphics are a lot better and the movement is much less clunky and i actually get higher FPS with the same settings. Eye candy is nice but it's a soulless game in my opinion, seems to have been dumbed down.
> Ultima 4 and 6
Yeah, most games before 2000 are a bit too old school for me nowadays. I used to play that kind of thing like Diablo, Neverwinter Nights and some lesser known Fred Perry Polo Shirts Ebay
fallout 3 try borderlands (on sale on STEAM today for like $10). its a cartoony apocalyptic/alien world first person shooter with diablo like boss mob gear drops and a talent tree to upgrade.
oblivion two worlds 2. bad story but nice world to play in, VO also sucks.
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Hi guys, i'm a big fan of RPG games and recently i'm trying some of the ones i haven't played yet. My tried and tested favourites are: Morrowind, Oblivion, Diablo II, Mass Effect, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas. Recently i tried Gothic 3 and thought it was brilliant, maybe not the most smooth engine and it does have it's problems but i thought the setting was pretty good and it had a nice levelling system that ive never seen before which i liked. The combat felt terrible at first but it really grew on me though, also i thought the graphics looked quite nice. The main thing i liked though was the vastness of it, moreso the fact that it was vast but not bland in any way, it had enough detail and the quests were more fun than most games in my opinion. Lastly, what was good about Gothic 3 was that the economy was balanced, there were many viable ways to make money and it had real value because usually it was best to buy high end equipment instead of trying to find it. So what do you guys think of Gothic 4 in comparison? Does that sound like it's going to be worth a go at 20 25?
I feel exactly the same way as you. Im not too sure how keen you are on FPS or weather or not you have played Crysis, but I actually picked it up out of the bargain bin not long ago and have been playing it and im really enjoying it. It has a fairly open world and hasnt gotten boring for me so i dont think ill be putting it down soon. The last pure FPS since then that i really enjoyed was probably Half Life 2.
I could mention many more great RPG's but I have no ideea if you would still play them in 2011.
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Imo most of the good RPG's were made before 2000.
II are all must plays for PC RPG fans. They should keep you busy for some time and most can found on STEAM as can torchlight borderlands, i would place them in a tier just below ME2 KOTOR I
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4. Try Risen. If you liked Gothic 3, Risen has all it had and much more.
Are there any more great RPG
If you want some party based RPG's, Might and Magic 7 would be a good place to start. I would aslo mention Arcanum for the steampunk theme and Temple of Elemental Evil for a game that strictly applies D rules.
2. Two Worlds 2 has astonishingly beautiful graphics, great crafting and fighting systems but the plot is its weakness. It would probably be much better without any serious plot like the TES games.
ones with more of a point and click function as opposed to wasd. But I was hoping for a suggestion with a more wasd/first person type feel like Gothic 3, Oblivion, Fallout 3/New Vegas etc. and to have relatively decent graphics as good as Morrowind or Gothic 3 or something. Something like Oblivion would be even better, i still think thats one of the very best looking games out there, even today.
Well I see nobody mentioned the greatest RPG of all times : Planescape: Torment. Also if you are into exploring huge worlds I recommended TES : Daggerfall. (It was made in 1996 so don;t expect fancy graphics but imo it is a great sand box RPG). Also try the first two Gothic games and the first two Fallout games.
Other than that i just wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions on what i should play next. I have had a quick try of Dragon Age, Mass Effect 2, The Witcher, Baldurs Gate, Dungeon Siege II and both Neverwinter Nights games but i didn't think much to them. it's cheap and fun for a while. you can also try titan quest, it's OK, not as cartoony as torchlight but also not as fun.
3. Gothic IV is something you'd recommend only to your enemies.
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ME2 (one of the best games I ever played), Knights of the old republic I II (three great space RPGs)
5. If you haven't played the first Gothic go do it now. There aren't much games that can compare with Gothic in terms of storytelling and portraying the feel of being in a penal colony.
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