Best RGP game i've ever played,and i have played most of them since 1998. Best story, (no wonder here ,since it's based on fantasy novel by a good storyteller and not on some poor script writers ,who grew "reading" comic "books" scribble),great graphics,good combat gameplay (tar...
ProVast and beautiful open world to explore
ProSide quests are as good as the main quests
My second favorite RPG of all time (behind the Witcher series). It has everything, and with the expansions (and the right mods), its even better. Highly recommend to anyone getting into RPGs.
ProUnrestrictive skill-based RPG system
ProHuge variety of mods
ProDeep lore rivaling classic fantasy literature
This is easily the best fallout game of all time. It has one of the best storylines in the history of gaming, doesnt hold you back from doing evil, or helping basically everyone you see. It does have a linear story however, but there are lots of side quests to keep you busy. I love playing it, and I first st...
ConThe game is a top-down turn-based rpg and has pretty bad graphics
Yes, the RAW are clunky. But what TTRPS is ever played RAW? Does your GM have you track your encumbrance? When was the last time your fighter was forced to don his armor for 10 minutes before a fight? There are plenty of rules in Shadowrun that can bog down play. Ignore these, at least until you have a hand...
GURPS may be a bit too "crunchy" for some people, but in my opinion it's the best genre-independent system around, giving players immense flexibility in character creation while only requiring a few basic game mechanics be learned. And the vast library of GURPS-specific worldbooks are excellen...
Amazing game, one of my al times favorites. Super imersive and well written story with multiple endings and choices
ProWell-implemented tactical combat with unique playstyles
ProEpic dark fantasy story
ProGreat ways to interact with companions
ProYour choices can give you vastly different playthroughs
ProPlenty of mods available
The beginner boxes are extremely helpful for someone who is like me - new to RPGs. It make it so easy to understand that I ended up falling in love with the system. I like that there isn't a true level system (cuts out the middle man) and has you buy "skills/talents" directly. Lots of suppo...
ProDrives improvisation through its die roll mechanics
Ys VIII has a strong "jump in and play" factor that the other action RPGs on Switch don't quite offer, which meshes well with the portable factor. Being a Vita game originally means it's already designed to be played on the go, and the enemy weakness/weapon properties means there's more...
ProGreat combat system that is easy learn
ProAble to be played without having played any other games in the series
ConThe beginning of the game starts off slow