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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Shadowcaster is a game with an interesting concept that was perhaps overshadowed by the title with the bigger name and … VIEW
Shadowkeep is a very old-school 3D-ish RPG in the vein of Dungeon Hack or the Might & Magic series or any other 3D … VIEW
Shape Shifter is an RPG by Jeff Kintz (aka J. Kintz) and one of his earliest known games; as such, although it includes … VIEW
Sorcerer's Bane is a little-known Roguelike RPG textmode game that has certain features that some other similar games … VIEW
Stone Mist is a classic early Ultima style RPG, complete with turn-based battles and an fairly in-depth character … VIEW
Telengard is one of the earliest graphical RPGs ever released for personal computers. Starting life on the Commodore PET … VIEW
The Golden Flute IV: The Flute of Immortality is a game that in most respects is a pretty unremarkable RPG. It was made … VIEW
Toby the Trapper is a text-mode (ASCII) roguelike RPG game. It contains some of the usual roguelike tropes, but also … VIEW
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar is, unsurprisingly, the fourth in the famous and influential Ultima series of fantasy … VIEW
Ultima Underworld was a revolutionary game when it was released, introducing new features to the RPG genre including … VIEW