Summary: I was eagerly awaiting this game. I still consider its precedessor (Wizardry 7) to be one of the best RPGs ever made if not the best. Wizardry 8 brought me countless hours of immersive and fun game-play.
Summary: it's like a older style of Elder Scrolls but you can have more then one person in your party, is has a good section of Races to pick from, and good looking Pictures you want to go with your Charecter
Summary: A truly unique game combining good ole school dungeon crawling and phase-based combat with modern 3D graphics and sound. Everything in this game, from the (huge!) world design to the voice acting is top notch, and to this day it remains one of the best cRPGs in video game history.
Summary: The swan song of the old-school RPG. Where its peers like Might and Magic and Ultima went out with a whimper, the Wizardry series did it with a triumphant bang. There's a decent story which wraps up the trilogy neatly, but the game's focus is on its rich tactical combat system and deep character...
Summary: I'm a big wizardry fan, and this one is actually one of my favorites. Good old turn-based combat, fun leveling characters, interesting characters and GREAT voice acting, awesome story. Basically, I can gush about the game for a long time. Its fun - simple as that.
Summary: Wizardry 8 is a last shard of an Era of old-school RPG. In the times, when BioWare was beginning to replace good-old RPG by character-centred ones, Wizardry 8 looks like a relic from the glorious past. And this relic still can do it!
Summary: Sirtech ended with a bang, and a big one. The Wizardry series relates to 80s and 90s games fans through first person view and a small amount of 8-bit graphics and has a secret dungeon that that uses all 8-bit graphics and turn-by-turn movement.
Summary: This is an RPG for intelligent people. All the people complaining about this game are the same people who need the instant gratification of an action RPG. I've read some of the one star reviews, and some of them, really sound like the people never even played the game.
Summary: One of my all time favorite RPGs. The character creation is very well made with lots of classes, skills and customization allowing lots of replay value. That combined with tactical combat makes this game a real pleasure to fight monsters.
Summary: This an ultimate labor of love from defunct Sir-Tech. It's one of the best statistics RPG ever. The world is huge, the settings interesting and the sheer amount of depth provided by a great time-tested class system is amazing (Wizardry had time to develop a very solid system in the past 20 years!).