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  • Amon_AmarthAmon_Amarth AdelaidePosts: 219Member

    Agreed. I have NWN 2 but have never completed the game as it becomes too frustrating for me to play after a while. Even with so many patches the game is still so poorly optimized and buggy. On high end computers to this day it still struggles for many people. I cant hand the AI of my henchmen in the game. They do some of the most ridiculous things I have ever seen in a game. All my strategies are thrown out the window when my team simply charge at the enemy, running into mass groups of archers, spellcasters, etc. Then they are all dead.

     

    Was actually going to try NWN2 again but no need now thanks to Drakensang.

  • PalebanePalebane Tucson, AZPosts: 3,225Member

    Batman: Arkham Asylum and Hellgate: London. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is great too.

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  • TheutusTheutus Destin, FLPosts: 624Member Uncommon

    X3: Terran Conflict, if you want a space economic, fighter/ simulator.

  • madlukemadluke LeicesterPosts: 108Member

    Well it's not exactly classifiable as an 'underdog' because it is fairly well known, but i have been playing Planescape: Torment as of late and it is awesome.

  • BigdavoBigdavo BrisbanePosts: 2,065Member

    Well if you're looking for something cheap and oldschool:

    Dungeon Keeper 2.

    O_o o_O

  • CleffyCleffy San Diego, CAPosts: 4,625Member Uncommon

    MS Mahjong.

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  • LotosSlayerLotosSlayer Toronto, ONPosts: 247Member

    I highly recommend Deus Ex. The story is just amazing.

  • eyeswideopeneyeswideopen Fresno, CAPosts: 2,414Member

    Originally posted by Theutus

    X3: Terran Conflict, if you want a space economic, fighter/ simulator.

    Awesome game.

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  • DerrialDerrial Hillsborough, NJPosts: 250Member

    Titan's Quest is a really good hack and slash RPG that hasn't been mentioned yet.

  • RiotgirlRiotgirl LondonPosts: 520Member Common


    Originally posted by LotosSlayer
    I highly recommend Deus Ex. The story is just amazing.

    To this day, I still have never managed to play Deus Ex because my friend's damn copy doesn't seem to want to work with WinXP. I'll try again, when I return to the UK.

    For single-player RPG goodness Morrowind hands-down. The sheer breadth and depth of the the World in terms of content, narrative, quests, NPCs, in-game readable lore, and freedom is staggering. It feels like a living, breathing world, whose denizens respond to your actions - and seemingly carry on with their lives, whether you choose to interact with them or not. TES:MW [The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind] community is superb, providing a huge wealth of modifications and additions to the games, from realistic bodies / faces for character customization inc. NPCs, to changable weather conditions, and new narratives and quests that would rival professional development. Some of these modifications are vast in scope.

    Whatever little free-time I actually have will be spent playing single-player RPGs that I've missed over the years such as:
    Grim Fandango
    Planescape Torment
    The Nomad Soul
    Farenheit

    to name but a few. Any recommendations for adult, dark pscyhological horror / suspense? I'm thinking in terms of Kult.

    Cheers!

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  • SovrathSovrath Boston Area, MAPosts: 18,460Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Riotgirl

     




    Originally posted by LotosSlayer

    I highly recommend Deus Ex. The story is just amazing.



    To this day, I still have never managed to play Deus Ex because my friend's damn copy doesn't seem to want to work with WinXP. I'll try again, when I return to the UK.

    For single-player RPG goodness Morrowind hands-down. The sheer breadth and depth of the the World in terms of content, narrative, quests, NPCs, in-game readable lore, and freedom is staggering. It feels like a living, breathing world, whose denizens respond to your actions - and seemingly carry on with their lives, whether you choose to interact with them or not. TES:MW [The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind] community is superb, providing a huge wealth of modifications and additions to the games, from realistic bodies / faces for character customization inc. NPCs, to changable weather conditions, and new narratives and quests that would rival professional development. Some of these modifications are vast in scope.

    Whatever little free-time I actually have will be spent playing single-player RPGs that I've missed over the years such as:

    Grim Fandango

    Planescape Torment

    The Nomad Soul

    Farenheit

    to name but a few. Any recommendations for adult, dark pscyhological horror / suspense? I'm thinking in terms of Kult.

    Cheers!

    Oh yeah, morrowind was amazing. I played that for years.

  • randomtrandomt no thanks, BCPosts: 1,180Member Uncommon

    mount and blade: warbands is a pretty epic feeling game that isn't a big name expensive game, and it has a variety of mods to customize your play experience to better fit your likes and dislikes

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  • candycoatedcandycoated Honolulu, HIPosts: 86Member

    Plants vs Zombies and World Of Goo

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