Summary: It's one of the most interesting RPG games I've ever played and it's one of my favourite games along with Baldur's Gate and Dragon Age. As my English is not good enough to express all my love for this game I'll quote one of the reviews written by G.Kasavin: "it's a great-looking game that's lengthy but never boring, and it begs to be played through more than once, just as its unique hero and his story promise not to be forgotten.
Summary: Well other people alread say almost everthing about the game, I specially liked david.m.layton's review, that also give 5 star. Some people like to play as a human being, but I prefer being some kind of monster. In the game you take the role of a cursed human, but the curse is so powerful that you don't look or feel playing as a human at all and all other characters that can join your group don't have many human traits too, I enjoy that.
Summary: A timeless classic, and one of the pinnacles of gaming (not to mention the RPG genre). I played it many years ago, but I still remember how I was deeply impressed and moved by many of the situations the game managed to throw at you during your quest of self-discovery in an alien, highly allegorical world.
Summary: It's stupid to write another review but it's a generally well-known fact that I am a very stupid man so here we go: play this game, you dork. It's much better than the crap you're currently spending time on.
Summary: What is there to say about this game except that it was a tragedy that it was not a commercial success. It is, simply put, the best RPG ever made. It is by no means for everyone; it is a gamer's game. It is for people who want to think...even meditate...about their gaming experience. There is no shoot-em up. There are no friends for you to play with it. There is no world to save. It contradicts just about everything that modern gaming has become. It is a masterpiece.
Summary: I'll start by saying this is my favorite video game of all time. The story in unarguably the best out of any video game, and better than the average stories in many other medias. The game does have its faults, mostly in slow combat / gameplay and bugs. But they are all negligible once you get engrossed in the story and characters, which are truly great.
Summary: This game is just hard to forget. Ten years has passed since I've been playing for the first time, and the impressions, emotions are still with me. Those who had sad that it has a far greater story than Deus ex, are, as far as I am speaking for myself, correct. It needs that kind correction though, that the story in fact is a amazing book story, superior, to *any* game story, we have seen so far: including original Mafia story, or any good crpg, like Baldur's Gate.
Summary: This is one of my favorite games of all time! I'm confused as to why the effort was made to make a DVD of the 4 CD version however; as it's evident that the 2 CD version is superior. I say this because this version lacks a little in performance and, especially in load times. However: that is only if you're being nit-picky. The game is somewhat of a puzzle. And, like any good puzzle, it takes time to figure out.
Classic RPG. They don't make them like this anymore.
7 February 2010
Summary: This is a classic RPG game in the style of Dungeons and Dragons. The graphics are extremely good for the time it came out (1999) and the storyline is very unique and intriguing. You wake up in a mortuary to find that you've become immortal. Yet, you have no reason why. The whole game is spent trying to find out who you are and why you were chosen to become immortal. Your goal is to get your mortality back. The play style is traditional dungeons and dragons.