Few PC game genres can match the staggering variety found in role-playing games.
Japanese, Western are the big umbrella categories, further divided into turn-based, action, strategy, dungeon crawler, roguelike, and more.
Sometimes your character uses traditional weapons like swords and arrows in a medieval setting like Nihon Falcom's Ys series.
Mass Effect: Legendary Edition- (Release date: 2021, Developer: BioWare), Playing through the massive space trilogy by BioWare is a delight, despite some clumsy shooting.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2- (Release: 2005, Dev: BioWare), KOTOR 2 moves the franchise in a daring path, yet it isn't quite as famous as the first game.
System Shock 2- (Release: 1999, Dev: Irrational Games), It's the essential characteristic of an outstanding sequel that continues robbing you.
Dragon Age: Origins- (Release: 2009, Dev: BioWare), Your interaction with your team has that classic BioWare enchantment, and Ferelden invokes the Forgotten Realms without seeming like a rehash.
Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines- (Release: 2004, Dev: Troika Games), Bloodlines stands out from the other sword and sorcery games on this list because of its ambitious usage of White Wolf's vampire mythology.
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