Summary: Great game, I bought this game years ago and loved it! Had to buy a new copy and play it again. Great rpg, lots of quests and lots of areas to explore. I highly recommend this one for any retro gamers.
Summary: One of the very best games I have ever been fortunate enough to play. This game has been on my machine(s) since I first bought it in 1998 and I can't imaging 2-3 years going by without a replay. I HIGHLY recommend you getting the unofficial patch by Gray Face. It fixes the few bugs that only die-hards know about, and it will allow you to remap your controls. If you're an old-scho ol RPG fan, GET THIS RIGHT NOW.
Summary: This game is a classic and once you get the hang of it you'll be playing for hours. There is a lot to explore and much fun to be had however being that the game is dated there is not much in the way of role play or spectacular graphics.
Summary: This game is somewhat dated as to the graphics, but it plays fine on my old Me machine. Fans of the current RPG selections may not be impressed with this, but it's still one of my favorites. In case you're interested, this is a first person view RPG that features four characters you "create" at the beginning of the game. Game play is smooth, travel throughout most of the "realm" is convenient, however some of the quests are difficult.
Summary: The game has evolved into a less tedious way of growing an army and gaining skills, but the Ubisoft prerequisites of always being connected suck, specially when the game has so many bugs. If you don't mind having to restart and/or reinstall the game, then you can get passed the bugs to enjoy the moment. I recommend using the lowest visual quality so that it doesn't crash. B+ for game play, but D- on the encoding.
Summary: It may take a while to understand the mechanics, but when you do, you're in for one hell of a game. Sure the graphics look dated and are ugly to some but there's so much to do and explore here. There's a very good turn based combat system, character creator and level up system. A must have for any RPG fan.
Summary: The Might and Magic games were always the standard rpg gaming experience for me, until Origin came along and the whole 3d revolution began. But these games are classic, screen-by-screen, dungeon and dragon adventuring. And the adventuring is what's fun about them. The quests that last for years (in the world of the game) and span whole continents and oceans. The multiple towns and dozens of different creatures.
Summary: Very few companies that make rpg's can even come close to 3DO.There is little i can add to the comments on this game i will just say that if you are a rpg fan the content of this game will leave you remembering it fondly for years to come.So if your looking for a good rpg then you cant go wrong buying M&M VI.