"Diablo II Lord of Destruction is a great dungeon crawler type game RPG."
I'll put that on my list but I am not terribly fond of ugly dungeons. The country in DD is lovely, especially the ponds in which you can see your wavering reflection.
"And of course, if you can keep yourself from falling in love with Geralt, you can't beat the first Witcher game."
For some reason, I like short men so I can probably resist.
But I have The Witcher. I should try it. Later. After I run out of worlds to conquer in Divine Divinity. Woo hoo!
"I...still have to play the first Divine Divinity."Oh, Drac!!
Set aside...a month?...and go for it! You'll love this game!
And hey to you, l4l,
"A lot of folks like Balder's Gate: Throne of Baal, but you would control a party in that game and the combat is turn based. It also has a great story."
Um, I'm not sure about controlling a party but I wasn't sure about this game either so I'll put that on my list. What is 'turn based'?
"As Drac said, Witcher is lots of fun and has a good story. The combat is a little different, so I turned on the visual clue and that made a big difference for me."
I hope it doesn't require much more dexterity.
"I'll ask my RPG kids for some recommendations."
Ask the four year old. That should be about right.
Has anyone got an opinion on the new game from the makers of Planescape Torment, Tides of Numenera? It looks great on Kickstarter but I have no clue how difficult it might be.
Thank you guys for the replies and the link to the list of faves, l4l.