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post #106 of 245
1. Chrono Trigger
2. EarthBound
3. Skyrim
4. Xenogears
5. Final Fantasy VII
post #107 of 245

Persona 3 FES

Final Fantasy IX

Final Fantasy X

Radiata Stories

Dragon Quest VIII

post #108 of 245

Almost brings a tear to my eye to see all the Vagrant Story love frown.gif.

Such a good game have been replaying it on my new Vita!

post #109 of 245

Must show my top 5!

 

Tales of Phantasia

Diablo 2

Pokemon Emerald

Skyrim

The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

 

haven't played alot of great rpg's


Edited by Zubaru - 1/6/13 at 12:44pm
post #110 of 245
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Dragon Quest VIII

Hell yes, love the hell outta DQ VIII.

 

My other favs there are good ol' FF7, Tales of Symphonia, and Bioware's recent stuff like Dragon Age and Mass Effect.

post #111 of 245

Daggerfall

Skyrim

Might And Magic 7

Fallout 3

Fallout New Vegas

 

Been playing rpgs since 1990 on my Commodore Amiga 500 then the pc and was always into how realistic it could evolve to be. So i usually played first person perspective rpgs which seem to always have the right formula with everything they did. Strategy and simulators are also fun but dont seem to have that completeness of illusion.

post #112 of 245

Oh man, this is a tough one. I'll give it a shot:

 

5. Fallout II (1998)

4. The UnReal World (1992-present)

3. Darklands (1992)

2. Ragnarok/Valhalla (1992-1995)

1. Planescape: Torment (1999)


Edited by metalsonata - 1/12/13 at 12:08am
post #113 of 245

1. chrono trigger

2. soul blazer

3. skyrim

4. final fantasy 3

5. vagrant story

post #114 of 245

1. Ragnarok Online

2. Xenosaga III

3. Skyrim

4. Mass Effect III

5. Diablo III

post #115 of 245

1 Fallout 3

2 Fallout New Vegas

3 Borderlands 2

I heard Diablo 3 is pretty good.

 

I'm FPS and strategy gamersmily_headphones1.gif

post #116 of 245
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1 Fallout 3

2 Fallout New Vegas

3 Borderlands 2

I heard Diablo 3 is pretty good.

 

I'm FPS and strategy gamersmily_headphones1.gif


Diablo III was really good, though I got bored with it much quicker than I did Diablo II. Probably won't mess with the expansions this time around.

post #117 of 245
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Diablo III was really good, though I got bored with it much quicker than I did Diablo II. Probably won't mess with the expansions this time around.

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oh, nice headphones wink.gif

post #118 of 245

I played Dialbo II for *years--* I think I can safely say III won't have anywhere near that sort of longevity for me. Don't know if it's because I didn't enjoy it as much as II or if it's just because I'm a different person. I'll keep it on my hard drive though, just in case the bug bites me sometime in the future.

 

Also, I know I already listed my five favorite RPGs, but I wanted to make special note of my favorite MMORPG of all-time: Final Fantasy XI. I stopped playing it two or three years back because I no longer had the time for it (though I'm considering starting completely anew on it--so much new content since I've stopped playing!) It's got a very small following compared to many of the other big-name MMOs out there, and in a lot of respects it has not aged very well at all (which one can blame at least partially on the fact that all new expansions and updates still were required to work on the PS2--which yes, a lot of people still played the game on), but it had the best community of any online game I've ever played, and the amount of content in the game is simply staggering. I'm fairly certain that no other MMO out there has such a diverse range of activities for players to participate in (especially once you move into the endgame), and while a lot of these activities are fairly complex (maybe even clunky) they encourage teamwork and planning in ways I've never seen another MMO approach. The game had its fair share of problems (so much grinding @.@), but it was a genuinely difficult, genuinely vast game that you could play for years and still never experience everything the game has to offer. Even after several years of playing it I was still experiencing new areas and content for the first time, and was still learning the ropes with new jobs (classes). When I left it the game was sort of going through a crisis of sorts--there weren't a whole lot of new players anymore, which means that the developers had to restructure some elements of the leveling system in order to make it possible for players to continue to level up new jobs--soloing in the game is extremely difficult. So new mechanics were added to make soloing or playing with smaller groups of players easier, as well as allowing high level characters to 'sync' their level down to low-level characters and still earn experience toward their level by helping low-levels progress. I don't know what sort of state the game is in now, but with a major expansion coming out in a couple of months, it can't be too bad!

post #119 of 245

Witcher 2

Witcher 1

Oblivion

Diablo II

Mass Effect 1

post #120 of 245

1) FFVIII (the first rpg I ever played)

2) Arcanum (dunno why its not the best game ever but its just stuck in my head for some reason)

3) Neverwinter Nights (my first introduction to modding)

4) Mass Effect Trilogy (despite the weak ending it was a fantastic journey)

5) Skyrim (the most hours I've spent in a non-competitive game)

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