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#1 wrednajasobaka
Member since 2005 • 723 Posts

I haven't had any problems while fighting drill worm, but much later in the game I'm trying to access palace of machines map and get game-crashing runtime error. I wonder if you are seeing the same type of error.

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#2 wrednajasobaka
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Facing dragon early in the game is suicide, later in the game it can be fun and challenging fight. But when I got fell dragon on my side the game became boring. That thing would cast fear on everybody then walk across the map and kill 5 units at once with fire. Very often by the time my enemy would be able to make first move most of his army was long gone. The only challenge for that dragon was that huge leviathan looking monster. Cannot remeber what it was called. 

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#3 wrednajasobaka
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Yup, market laws have unfortunately eliminated some great RPG types that we were accustomed to. I've been also looking for some good RPG game to play but last few that I played (Two Worlds, Avencast: Rise of Mages) fell short of my expectations.

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It depends how you look at Mass Effect: it's either good third person shooter or very lame RPG. This game attempts to be an open ended RPG but it doesn't do a very good job at it. "Stale" might be one word to describe it; I like to say that ME is too consolish. Don't get wrong; I love my PS3 but I think some games should stay on that platform. What drives me nuts about those games is that they tend to be pretty short and as if to make up for it developers give you some mindless, boring crap to collect (flags and etc). And I absolutely agree with previous poster that plot is very lame.

Bloodlines is one of the best RPG's I have ever played. It is pretty linear though. Gothic 3 runs pretty well with the patch but it still could use some more polish. Despite that it's pretty good open-ended game with many hours of play.

One game that hasn't been mentioned here is Mount&Blade. It's as open ended as you can get: it doesn't have a plot. It's not developed by big studio so the graphics is pretty simple. The best part about this is that it still is being developed so every time patch is released you have some new content. What got me hooked in this game are battles: they are very dynamic and can involve tens of horsemen, infantry archers and etc.