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    Divine Divinity

    Hi,
    i found "Divine Divinity" game in Steam for a very low price.
    since Diablo II that i didn't play a tru RPG. So i try this one.

    woooohhhh my god it's so huge!

    I found the game briliant, i never heard about it. PC gamer rated in the 100 best games of all time, so, it must be good. I gave it a try, and yes it's very very good. I am adicted to it.... i have now more then 80 hours of game, and i am completly adicted, i don't know what to do... the game has 10 years old, and the graphics are vefry good, music is excelent, gameplay wonderfull. It has +/- 20.000 screens size...
    so cool
    and the game has a very complex story with a lot of details, and a lot of side missions...
    Anyone played it?
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    Yes I loved Divine Divinity. It also has the sequels called Beyond Divinity, and Divinity II: Ego Draconis.

    If you are enjoying this then definitely play through the Buldar's Gate series of games as you will enjoy those.

    Also give Dungeon Siege a try.

    There are loads more in this style worth playing too.

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    I must tell you that i only remember playing Diablo II on this kind of game.
    I will read a bit about those you point
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    I can do you are longer list if you would like.

    Pools of Radiance and Nox are a couple more worth looking at.

    And more decently you have the Neverwinter Nights series.

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    Yes i would like a list :-)
    One thing i do like to see in RPGs is open worlds ad surface. I tend to dislike the underworld and caves and tunnels, with less light.
    I prefer open worlds, in day light, or at least half under half above the surface....

    when i do end the first divine dininity, i could play the sequel, but i can also look at other game.
    Neverwinter Nights was a game that i heard a lot about it.

    this "divine divinity" has something that i realy like, i cannot explain, but other then RPG, it looks also an adventure game, it's really complex, with so much details that is almost impossible that you do everything there is to do without reading a walkthrou.
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    My favourite action RPG in this isometric-ish style is still the first Dungeon Siege. You should like that. It has a lot of open world adventuring, but also has a lot of dungeons. But I love the game mechanics of it. Really nice, and 2 sequels now.

    But for this style of game you just can't beat the Baldur's Gate series:

    Baldur's Gate
    Baldur's Gate - Tales of the Sword Coast
    Baldur's Gate II - Shadow of Amn
    Baldur's Gate II - Thrones of Bhaal
    Icewind Dale
    Icewind Dale - Heart of Winter
    Icewind Dale II

    And then there is NeverWinter Nights, which is the sequel to the Baldur's Gate series:

    Neverwinter Nights
    Neverwinter Nights - Hordes of Underdark
    Neverwinter Nights - Shadown of underentide
    Neverwinter Nights 2
    Neverwinter Nights 2 - Mask of the Betrayer
    Neverwinter Nights 2 - Mysteries of Westgate
    Neverwinter Nights 2 - Storm of Zehirr

    And then others in the same style you also have:

    Diablo 3
    Dungeon Siege
    Dungeon Siege - Legends of Aranna
    Dungeon Siege 2
    Dungeon Siege 2 - Broken World
    Rise of the Argonauts
    Fallout 1 and 2
    Nox
    Planescape Torment (best RPG ever made)
    Pools of Radiance - Ruins of Myth Drannor
    Titan Quest Gold


    That should keep you going for some time.
    Last edited by Harrison; 2nd August 2012 at 23:57.

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    Cool nice list Dave, thanks, i will read a bit about them.
    Thanks
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