Separation Anxiety wrote:Baldurs Gate has the new enhanced editions that have basically just upgraded graphics. If you havent checked the originals out its probably better to start there.
Neverwinter Nights is a game you might be interested in as well. I liked both the games in the series.
Also Pool Of Radiance is a similar game within the same D and D rulebook. Never played it, but its a similar game from what i remember.
Temple of Elemental Evil might also fit the bill. Same deal as Pool of Radiance.
Cool! Thanks for the recommendations, Separation Anxiety and Kong Wen!
I just started replaying BG1
and downloaded BG2:EE
on Steam; I wanted to start a new Paladin character and import the guy into BG2
. So far he's only level 3 and hunting down bandits around Beregost. But, he's already got AC0 and a flail +1 to beat the crap out of enemies with!
Separation Anxiety wrote:As for White Wolf games, you are pretty much limited to three. Vampire The Masquerade - Bloodlines is my personal favorite. There is also Vampire the Masquerade Redemption, which is fun, but im not as big a fan. Lastly there is Hunter The Reckoning. Hunter actually has 3 games, but they are are previous generation console games that are largely forgettable beat em ups.
Thanks, Separation Anxiety! I'll check them out.
It's unfortunate that there are so few White Wolf computer games. I love V:tM-B
to death - er, so to speak. But it looks like I'll have to check out V:tM-R
; even if it isn't as good as V:tM-B
, I'm sure it will still be an awesome game.