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Baal83
5th August 2016, 20:30
what's your favorite rpg game for pc? :cool::cool::cool::cool::cool:

Left4Joker
5th August 2016, 20:47
Old Might and Magic series, VI, VII and VIII are great.

Officer Poot
5th August 2016, 20:54
OFF and Undertale, since both have a special atmosphere around them :grin:

argetlam
5th August 2016, 21:42
Only rpg for pc ive played is LaTale, an mmorpg, and its really good imo.

Fultnet
7th August 2016, 21:20
Undertale too.
it is good for those who love innovation

RocketSparkster
7th August 2016, 22:04
I haven't played any RPGs recently, but I used to love the Diablo series.

EDIT: I completely forgot to mention the Souls series (Demon's Souls/Dark Souls), one of my personal favorites.

kaczor787
7th August 2016, 22:21
This game was name Dark Cloud and was my childhood game when i was young.

Baal83
8th August 2016, 13:43
how about elderscroll series? or old game like baldur s gate series? :smile:

Richard_Butte
12th August 2016, 18:17
+1 for Baldur's Gate. Sank so many hours into that as a kid. Still play it every now and again, though I've not purchased the "enhanced" edition.

KuraiSol
13th August 2016, 02:22
Depending on your definition of RPG a game I got absolutely addicted to for a while was NetHack and its variant SLASH'EM (or Super Lotsa Added Stuff Hack - Extended Magic). Granted both are a little archaic and needs some practice to really get into. Other than that Dark Souls is a great game

RiOT76AD
13th August 2016, 02:56
If MMORPGs count, then Final Fantasy XIV. I also loved The Last Remnant... wish they'd make a sequel.

Baal83
13th August 2016, 18:10
For KuraiSol: my definition of rpg: a game with a good story (lore) open world and freedom of action , in other word if i want do something, i can do it or if i want be someone like a mage, thief or else , i can act like a one of these .

Hikaru Satou
13th August 2016, 18:13
old Blades of Avernum and Torchlight that my brother used to play :P

erecinto
14th August 2016, 04:53
By far Skyrim or Fallout 4

JeanC
14th August 2016, 06:45
FF Tactics <3 It's not for PC but I played this game A LOT on my PC

kauhn
14th August 2016, 09:34
Definitely Skyrim by a long shot.

Der dasMann
14th August 2016, 19:46
Skyrim, because we all know its the best
Vampires Dawn 1 and 2, basically the best Vampire driven story that is not... well... what we have today
OFF, because its pretty diffrent from other RPGs, its off

tiancity
15th August 2016, 04:45
FF 7! FF 7!

Tekki
15th August 2016, 06:09
My favourite is Stardew Valley. I have already poured so many hours into it. :grin:

TyreseTV
15th August 2016, 08:18
witcher 3 and dlc is slick

niereth
15th August 2016, 15:33
Dragon Age : Origins (so much feels after I completed the game) I recommend any RPG fans to give this a go, dont even play the second or third installment.

Highly recommended for peeps who are into High Fantasy like Lord of The Rings.
Great interesting characters with their own back story as well as making interesting choices affect the story. Too bad Bioware/EA killed most of their franchises.

Alleghast
15th August 2016, 20:30
Skyrim or just flat out Elder Scrolls
FF7
System Shock/Bio Shock
but to be honest I haven't played that many rpgs on the pc

Baal83
16th August 2016, 23:36
For Niereth:
I have played only first and second Dragon Age , but origin is the best of two.

pepalito
26th August 2016, 19:06
sassyfrasm: the quest for the orbs
look it up on gamejolt:wink1:

Creperator
26th August 2016, 20:52
RPGMaker, because you can do the one you want.

nintendochamp
27th August 2016, 07:00
RPGs have been blurred a bit. If you mean classic rpgs, haven't played one on the PC, but if you mean what passes for RPGs nowadays, Mass Effect was particularly enjoyable as well as Dragon Age. Skyrim and Fallout could even be called rpgs and I did enjoy them a great deal as well.

Skeletor
27th August 2016, 07:38
I'd rather not say my actual favorite but I really loved One Way Heriocs which I got for cents on steam sale, spent over 100 hours on it, and I remember a flash game called Mardek being really good, about as good as a good snes kind of game, sadly the creator didn't want to continue the series.

Azure_Shadow
6th September 2016, 08:35
Sorry if this is necroposting, but I need to say Tales of Maj'Eyal. Hardest-to-learn game you ever had to deal with, and not much story, but you can be anything in that game, especially if you choose to make your own class. The classes aren't just typical thief-warrior-mage stuff, but some really cool ideas like temporal wardens, mindslayers or the Cursed. My last character was a chronomancer who dual-wielded steamguns and swords. Next time I'll do a solipsist-mage.

Baal83
6th September 2016, 19:42
Thanks for your heads up , i miss this game :) it s similar to exile: escape from the pit? ( an old dos game)

aeong
6th September 2016, 23:33
Fallout 1 and 2 are pretty great if you can adapt to them.

Fallout New Vegas is glitchy but quite honestly my favorite game of all time. If you play it for the story you'll be satisfied.

Theres also 3 and 4.... but those are Bethesda Fallout and don't have quite the same charm...

Peary
9th September 2016, 13:55
Old ones by Blizzard, like Diablo 1 and 2.
Fallout series all the way up until 4 (Because i didn't play that one yet)
The Elder Scrolls Oblivion and Skyrim.
An obscure one known as "Shadowflare".
Does Yume Nikki and it's clones count? If so, Yume Nikki.

Baal83
10th September 2016, 10:56
EnlightenedEmperor how about Morrowind of the elderscroll series? imho have the best story and immersion :)

Peary
10th September 2016, 11:29
I played it for a while but i didn't get to finish it before i lost my CD, and i haven't played it since then.
I think it's on Steam though, i'll have to check it out again someday.

meisme
24th September 2016, 07:36
i dont really have one i just use emulators to get all rpg on the pc :P

ivorykitsune
24th September 2016, 07:37
Sengoku Rance?

HaHaHa
25th September 2016, 00:22
Skyrim with mods <3 10/10

GamerKing
25th September 2016, 05:37
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Lywolf
19th November 2016, 07:26
Undertale and Skyrim were awesome. I like Skyrim mostly because of the mods that help to keep the game alive. And Undertale is a game that just knows how to make you feel GOOD. yes

A x ◿
19th November 2016, 09:01
The best rpg for pc has not been made yet because they always overlook something but the one i liked most recently...kinda old now...is Dragon Age Inquisition. It's a game that has its own shiny style. You can make your own character, pick race, face, and type of fighter. It has an interesting plot device where you the hero is only able to solve the lands demon dimensional rift problem. You start off as a nobody but become greater than yourself. Not only that you have a great story where it isn't 1 adventure but a series of adventures that progresses into one whole grand story. Every possible medieval twist and turn is in this, the alley who betrays you, the evil sorcerer who wants to destroy the world, your great defeat, and then your great comeback and victory while developing character throughout the process and becoming legendary. You'll spend hours Expanding your empire and refining your fighter throughout the whole rewarding process while keeping it addictively interesting for hours. You can recruit fighters to fight alongside you who will actively interact with you or choose to do it alone to prove your might.

Eventually you become a king and it comes with all the perks such as leading an army invasion, attending social appearances, judging key quest characters to decide their fate, and collecting loot that lets you customize or alter your kingdom. It's a game that constantly serves you all the way and with mods, forget about it, it's even better! Change weaknesses into strengths and add in even more. You can kill army bands, creatures, juggernauts, giants, and Dragons, as well as your unique Boss fight. Weapons and armor, although limited, are gorgeous and customization and varying in power. The diverse fighting mechanics are breath taking as depending on what various skills you choose, will determine how you will uniquely vanquish your foes from either a long distance or right in your face AND even a combination of the two! It has many great musical moments, storyline cutscenes with optional dialogue and decision choices. Lastly, everything you do matters, there's not one thing that is for nothing, even if there is something repetitive like in all games, it's doing something for you. it's regions are incredibly large and beautiful, diverse and filled with activity every 10 steps in any direction.

There are also many many many more smaller things that you can enjoy also that are too many to list.

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LexyBiersack
28th December 2016, 06:55
Skyrim all the way~

Ryuko2
29th December 2016, 01:53
The Elder Scrolls series; specifically Morrowind and Skyrim.

Zandillo
29th December 2016, 13:31
Probably Dark Souls and Fable.

A x ◿
29th December 2016, 14:14
Skyrim all the way~

You gotta do better than that.

I've been curious about skyrim but I don't know much about it. I've played Morrwind and I've seen oblivion but they look like pretty much the same except with updated graphics.

Lately the Witcher has been getting a lot of props and the new Zelda game is getting a lot of attention to. Though the Elder scrolls series doesn't appeal to me anymore. Is Skyrim really better or that good?

DuckDomination
31st December 2016, 13:26
SWKoTOR

rockshika96
25th January 2017, 04:06
Elder Scrolls III Morrowind, Dungeon Siege and Baldurs gate

emulator
4th February 2017, 19:38
RPGmaker games, I could go for days.
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Garcg175
4th February 2017, 20:34
LiEat, its a really good mystery/fighting saga

GuRu Asaki
12th March 2017, 15:05
So far, it's GTA5, Skyrim, Final Fantasy 14, Watch Dogs, DC Universe Online... & many more...

All these types of Games make me want to spend hours Playing... Sadly, I dunno if my PC can handle all of these Games without at least dying once, @[email protected]

visrus
14th March 2017, 08:27
I think skyrim is the best rpg on pc

Yandere-chan
9th April 2017, 07:04
Monster Girl Quest: Paradox!

Ingonyama
10th April 2017, 18:49
Going solely for PC?

Skyrim, with mods, is the best thing ever. Oblivion was the only Elder Scrolls game I really enjoyed by itself without customization. Morrowind had fascinating IDEAS, but I hated everything about the execution of those ideas. I want to play Skywind for that reason more than anything else.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is my favorite BioWare game, and I've been a fan of theirs for a long time. Jade Empire, KOTOR, the Mass Effect series, the rest of the Dragon Age series, are all good, but I think Inquisition is the best of the bunch for allowing the player's actions to shape so much of the world. I felt like an actual leader in Inquisiton, not just a badass sorceror (I usually play mages), and that was spiffy.

Stardew Valley has a fun charm to it. I don't know if it's an RPG per se, but it's certainly enjoyable and low-pressure. For something more traditional, the RPG Maker game "Last Dream" is charmingly old-school FF and I love it.

I WANT to play Witcher 3 and Dragon's Dogma, but my computer doesn't want to let me. :(

Imperius
11th April 2017, 04:05
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the best RPG of all times for PC.
But with mods i think that Diablo 2 is even better than Oblivion and i am still waiting for the Median XL successor Sigma mod to come out so i can play like in the old days. It's like 5 years waiting already.

GungguS
7th May 2017, 14:33
Tales of Xillia and Tales of Symphonia..Both are good JRPG games for me,XDD!!

smhungary89
11th May 2017, 18:15
Morrowind with the Overhaul mod. I also like Baldur's Gate I-II, Fallout I-II, Nox, Planescape Torment, Icewind Dale I-II, Neverwinter Nights I-II, Gothic I-II, the first Dungeon Siege, and many more.

Plusle2019
11th May 2017, 19:29
I am Setsuna

Serkel
19th May 2017, 20:58
Skyrim!

TadoTodo
21st May 2017, 12:10
Final Fantasy Tactics V2 I loved that so much and played it trough 3 Times at least

Anakaris
21st May 2017, 14:15
RPGmaker games, I could go for days.

This makes me sad. I Love RPG Maker, and worked on a really big project, but i lost it.

I do agree that they are the best, tho.

kjmatt
21st May 2017, 16:42
Everyone loves Skyrim but Oblivion was my first TES games, it just feels so much better to play to me.

chaotik
21st May 2017, 19:44
Final Fantasy 7... cant wait for the remake!! :o

Matsuri
21st May 2017, 19:47
Probably Undertale, Starbound and Terraria.

chaotik
21st May 2017, 19:49
loved undertale. liked the multiple endings. im playing starbound with my bro we are having fun :)

Mr.Palomo
21st May 2017, 23:17
It is difficult to decide:
Demon stone
Arx Fafalis
Black stone magic and steel
Baldurg Gate Dark alliance 1&2
Sudake

rastaman289
29th August 2017, 18:10
Skyrim is the best .

mulambo
30th August 2017, 06:23
The Legend of Stameen Keea

ak666
30th August 2017, 11:39
Baldurg Gate Dark alliance 1&2
Morowind
th witcher serie's
Dragon age origine
And some more :p

Baal83
19th September 2017, 23:59
Good List ak666 :drunkfriends:

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we all enjoy Skyrim , that give his best with mods .i ll wait Skse64 for Skyrim special edition because 64bit haven t ram memory problem and you can use all mods you want without stuttering .