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Author Topic: PC Games Every Roleplayer MUST own.  (Read 72771 times)


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Re: PC Games Every Roleplayer MUST own.
« Reply #90 on: June 09, 2021, 07:36:33 PM »
Just to add to the topic, not sure if it counts as one of the best as it is so new but the recently released Solasta: Crown of the Magister is looking pretty good:  D&D 5e rules, single player (which seems rare these days) and not a subscription service, rather an actual one time purchase on GOG as well as Steam if people aren't a big fan of the platform.

So far, the reviews on Steam look very positive and it looks pretty close to the tabletop counterpart in mechanics.
Early access but looks pretty polished.

I'll stick with the Gold Box stuff but for players with decent computers, it might be quite fun to enjoy modern graphics.

One of my old favorites:  SSI's Wizard's Crown.  It would make such a nice tabletop counterpart for the combat.

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