Lose yourself in incredible worlds and fascinating characters with these RPG classics.
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Disco Elysium returns to the fundamentals of tabletop RPGs. It's all about playing a role and becoming your character, then embracing whatever success or failure that entails. It's also astonishingly good.
There are few RPGs that boast the liberating openness of Larian's humongous quest for godhood. If you think you should be able to do something, you probably can.
There is no other story in gaming like the Nameless One’s. His is a tale of redemption in the face of countless sins, a tale of not knowing who you are until you become the person you’re trying to be.
Thanks to an enjoyably deep turn-based combat system, Shadowrun gives you plenty of chances to experience the destructive potential of both technology and magic.
One problem with AD&D is that low-level characters are pretty boring. Baldur’s Gate 2 solves that problem by letting you carry over your party from the first game, or start fresh with level 7 characters.