Summary: Review for Geneforge 1 Only ----------------------------------------- This game has by far one of the best stories of all time. It's not always perfectly told, the graphics are terrible but you get used to them, and the gameplay has some frustrations and lackings.
Summary: One of the first PC rpgs I played years back, started it up now and it still holds up well. It's a good example of gameplay and story trumping the outdated graphics. You can create an array of creatures to help you fight with mana, or use that mana to weave spells, or just play through as a fully...
Summary: Unlike some of the guys here, I haven't played Spiderweb Software's games for years and years, picked up seventeen of Jeff's (the creator of these games) games in Humblebundle. I started with Geneforge, an RPG from 1999.
Summary: I've played many RPGs, but I've finished only a fraction of them, many just bore me after a while. I've finished Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale, even more than once, and older games like SSI's Goldbox series and Eye of the Beholder 1&2, Ultima 6 & Underworld, not many more.
Summary: A deep and meaningful RPG. What it lacks in graphics it gains twofold in pure brilliance of story. A great addition to any fan of old-school RPGs. Meanings have a major impact on the game's conclusion and gameplay is vastly different depending on which of the three classes you choose.