Category description: RPGs have been a staple of PC gaming since the early days. Similar to adventure games, RPGs primarily differ in their emphasis on stats, leveling, and character building. The Ultima and Wizardry games were early favorites, and countless others have challenged players in fantasy, sci-fi, and real-world settings.
The CRPG Book: A Guide to Computer Role-Playing Games
Spread over more than 500 pages, The CRPG Book: A Guide to Computer Role-Playing Games is a beautiful, hardcover book which reviews over 400 seminal games from 1975 to 2015, covering the role-playing classics we all know and love such as Ultima, Wizardry, Diablo, Fallout and Mass Effect.
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