Single player rpg games

My looking for some good single player rpg's with the previous fighting system like in final fantasy, earthbound 1 and 2, phantasy star 1 and 2 i rly like the old rpg system the game doesnt have to be hi fi also if there is a game like dino crises 1 and 2 plx tell me....


plx dnt tell me to play cod cuz i h8 shooter games with war themes and dino crises to me was was gr8 cuz of its puzzles and stuff
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  1. The Witcher 2 and 1
  2. pewpewpewbamarggggh said:
    The Witcher 2 and 1

    +1 on witcher 2; it is more of an action oriented combat system, but is still a great RPG
  3. Dragon Age : Origins - One of the best ever oldschool RPG's.
    Dungeon Siege II
    Also The Witcher I and II - Not oldschool, but great all the same.

    Not a fan of Jrpg, so can't help you there.
  4. sry guyz cudnt reply pc gone for mantainence fr 3 days...... these are good games but they require a fast processor and a good graphics card to run under can u like give some games who have some less specefications? :P

    you can get an idea by the fact that witcher 2,crysis and masseffect dont work on my pc
  5. go to GoG.com and you will be able to find some retro games that will run on your system.
  6. sarimdesert said:
    sry guyz cudnt reply pc gone for mantainence fr 3 days...... these are good games but they require a fast processor and a good graphics card to run under can u like give some games who have some less specefications? :P

    you can get an idea by the fact that witcher 2,crysis and masseffect dont work on my pc


    Try Dungeon Siege II. Used to work well on my P4 with Radeon Xpress200 onboard graphics.
  7. Guyz it aint a very old pc im jst asking fr games with a little less requirement.... gta sanandreas can run on my pc without lag and in pakistan if ur computer can run sanandreas it is said to be a great computer.......... my specefications:

    intel pentium 4 2.80GHz
    2.79 GHz, 768 MB of ram
    graphics card: nvidia geforce FX 5500
  8. sarimdesert said:
    Guyz it aint a very old pc im jst asking fr games with a little less requirement.... gta sanandreas can run on my pc without lag and in pakistan if ur computer can run sanandreas it is said to be a great computer.......... my specefications:

    intel pentium 4 2.80GHz
    2.79 GHz, 768 MB of ram
    graphics card: nvidia geforce FX 5500



    I ran Dungeon Siege II on:

    Intel Pentium 4 3.06GHz
    512MB RAM
    Onboard 128MB graphics (Radeon Xpress 200)

    I believe yours is better, so try it out.
  9. If you are into role playing games where your character has free will to make its own choices as to how the storyline will continue and enjoy the vampire world, then you should try the Vampire the masquerade: Redemption although there is a bit of a romance in there too.. It's a bit old so I think your pc will probably run it

    An old but amazing game was Oni , which is a great combat game with a good storyline as well if you don't mind playing as a woman...

    If your pc can run Vampire the masquerade: Bloodlines that is the best game ever!! It starts with your turning into a vampire and choosing the Clan that you wish to be a part of. Each clan has its own skills and characteristics. They also have unique powers that are different for each clan. My fav are the Tremere which are the only ones using blood magic. Why axe your opponent's brains out when you can make his blood expode in his veins.. from a safe distance..
    You choose how your character fights, swords,axes, guns, magic. you can choose whether you are a "good" vampire or a bad one.. how intelligent, persuasive , charismatic ect.. as you progress you earn exp points that you uses to raise your character's stats. you can even choose your own dialog and how your missions will end.

    .. yes I love this game.. anw if your pc can run it...
  10. min specs for VtM: Bloodlines


    3D hardware accelerator card required - 100% DirectX® 9.0c-compatible 64MB video card and drivers
    1.2 GHz Athlon(tm) or 1.2 GHz Pentium® III processor or higher
    384MB of RAM (512MB of RAM recommended)
    Microsoft® Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP
    Quad-Speed CD-ROM drive (600 K/sec sustained transfer rate) and drivers
    3.3 GB of uncompressed hard disk space for game files and saved games (plus 1.4 GB for Windows® swap file)
    100% DirectX® 9.0-compatible 16-bit sound card and drivers
    100% Windows® 98/ME/2000/XP-compatible mouse, keyboard, and drivers
    DirectX® 9.0c (Included)
    Supported Chipsets for 98/ME/2000/XP:

    All ATI® Radeon® Chipsets
    All NVIDIA® GeForce(tm) Chipsets
    Matrox® Parhelia(tm) Chipset
  11. Try neverwinter nights, arcanum: of steamworks and magic obscura, elder scrolls 3: morrowind, vampire masquerade.

    Another recommendation I can give you, go to gamespot.com, find a game that you liked that ran on your PC (use search) then look for similar game recommendations on the side. ;)
  12. Risen was awesome!

    If you want to try some older games, Nox was pretty fun and hilarious. Bastion is a pretty new indie RPG that is pretty awesome.

    Also, Skyrim ;)
  13. Mass Effect!
    Good story and nice graphic, the 1st episode was released in 2007, I bet your computer will be able to handle it..
  14. it might be able to run oblivion too. I ran oblivion on a p4 @2.6 1024mb DDR 6800GT.
  15. For me the best RPG games are as follows starting with my favorite:

    Fallout 3
    Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind
    Mass Effects 1
    Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 1
    Mass Effects 2
    Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2
    Fallout: New Vegas
    Neverwinter Nights

    Unfortunately, I've found Oblivion to be boring and I never completed the game. It was the 1st RPG game that I never completed. Based on my research Skyrim is very similar to Oblivion's gameplay style so I'm not sure if i will buy that game. Maybe if I see it on the $10 bargain bin I'll pick it up.
  16. I also disliked Oblivion. I barely put more than, oh, 20 hours? I just found it boring... but Skyrim is very different. It's awesome. I put in 105 hours straight over 5 weeks before burning out lol. Now I'm waiting for some big mods before going back to it.
  17. wolfram23 said:
    I also disliked Oblivion. I barely put more than, oh, 20 hours? I just found it boring... but Skyrim is very different. It's awesome. I put in 105 hours straight over 5 weeks before burning out lol. Now I'm waiting for some big mods before going back to it.



    Hmm.... maybe I'll wait until the GOTY version comes out with all the DLCs.

    I'm actually replaying Fallout 3 at the moment. Don't know why, but I just love playing FO3.

    Also, I forgot to add the Baldur's Gate series to my list.
  18. One of my favorites is Planescapes torment. Good story line and game play.
  19. jaguarskx said:
    wolfram23 said:
    I also disliked Oblivion. I barely put more than, oh, 20 hours? I just found it boring... but Skyrim is very different. It's awesome. I put in 105 hours straight over 5 weeks before burning out lol. Now I'm waiting for some big mods before going back to it.



    Hmm.... maybe I'll wait until the GOTY version comes out with all the DLCs.

    I'm actually replaying Fallout 3 at the moment. Don't know why, but I just love playing FO3.

    Also, I forgot to add the Baldur's Gate series to my list.

    I agree with wolfram, I didn't like Oblivion that much either, though I still played through a couple times, but there were several things I disliked about it. Skyrim fixed most of what I disliked about Oblivion.

    Since most of the traditional RPG's I know of are listed here, I'll mention a few hack and slashes.
    Titan Quest and expansion
    Diablo 1, 2 and 3
    Torchlight 1 & 2

    Then there is a turned based combat system game with lots of RPG elements, but combat is more like Chess.
    King's Bounty and expansions.
  20. pewpewpewbamarggggh said:
    The Witcher 2 and 1



    This
  21. If you are looking for a game with a Final Fantasy style combat and story, look no further than The Last Remnant. It is even made by Square Enix, the makers of the Final Fantasy Series.
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