Posts I've Made
27.11.2012 @ 20:52Well, by saying you didn't want the Elder Scrolls, I am guessing you mean you have played those too much. I will list RPG's that are slightly similar:
Fallout 3 and New Vegas (made by the same people as The Elder Scrolls and is pretty much just a future version of Oblivion or Skyrim)
BioShock (not really an RPG, but it can by classified as one, its an open-world horror game)
MassEffect (Made by the same people as Dragon Age, and is pretty much a future version of it)
Diablo (A classic ARPG, Hack 'n Slash game with lots of items to pick up, a little old, but its very addictive)
Assassins Creed (A beautiful open-world, semi-RPG, with lots of things to do and beautiful assassinations)
The other Elder Scrolls (TES) games, I mean you may have heard of Skyrim and maybe Oblivon, but Morrowind (TES 3) is good, some people don't talk about it anymore, but its a lot of fun and also the games before that, you can get the first one (The Arena) for free at the Bethesda website along with TES 2 Daggerfall, and they can provide a lot of fun for a while. Also try the DLC's for the games, Skyrim has a few really nice ones that make the game even more awesome, Oblivion has some nice ones and so does Morrowind. Also try out moddb.com you can get mad plugins and mods for TES that really enhances and changes the game, also on moddb.com is RPG mods for games like Half-Life and stuff, so the original game may not be RPG but there are some nice mods to make them ones. And if you have a nice computer and nice internet, try out Garrys Mod, an excellent mod for Counter Strike and Half-Life 2, its not RPG itself, but they do have RPG servers, and they are the funnest thing you will ever experience in your life, until The Elder Scrolls Online of course.
24.11.2012 @ 07:35I reckon cdpr could do it, they could release an un cut and a cut version, because the R rating can put some people off the game, because it is quite negative, but you could also have an R version for those people who want those extra bits (like me) it made me easily decide i was getting it for my computer and not my xbox.
20.11.2012 @ 06:59Depends, if you like an enjoy the game, pay the price for it, especially Witcher because they are very reasonably priced like i bought my copy from steam for 19.99 and i believe the price has gone down, and i think you can get the Witcher 2 for 29.99, but i do understand some peoples situations with being away from lots of civilisation or no shops that sell games, or a bad financial situation, but there is a fix to all of these, places like steam will allow you to download games for very good prices and very fast! Game piracy shouldn't be too big anymore because there is no excuse to do it.
18.11.2012 @ 02:37There are very many different interpretations of what a role-playing game is, if you just call it a game where you play a role, well that is every game, is you call it something where you have different roles to play, that narrows it down a little bit, I like to classify an RPG as something with an own environment, an open world almost, free-roam, and in this environment you have a main quest line and other side quests, you can make choices. I believe that a role playing game is anything where you can realistically assume that this is a real person, you can go where you want, make real life decisions and maybe even get a feel for the character.
16.11.2012 @ 23:25Witcher 2 seems to be winning which is good. Considering its against Max Payne 3, which is newer, and is supposed to be awesome, but i believe witcher is zoo much better. So a major accomplishment