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7 Best RPGs of All TIme


Everyone loves Role playing games and at one point in their life they must’ve played an RPG that they are now die hard fans of. For those guys looking to find an interesting RPG this will help you sort out what game you would like to try out. So here is a compilation of best RPGs in our opinion.

Note: Every person is unique and so is every game. Not every game is adored by everyone and everyone has their favourites. Feel free to name “The best RPG game” in your opinion down in the comments.

  1. Dark Souls 2
  • Platform: PC, PS (3-4), Xbox (One-360)
  • Modes: Singleplayer, Multiplayer
  • Steam Rating: 9/10 – IGN Rating: 9/10

The most brutal game which will test your limits but is incredibly satisfying if you win the boss fight after 20 tries? It is incredibly easy to make a game difficult but to make the game challenging and fun is quite difficult itself. Weild different equipment and armour to defeat everything that stands in your way, not senselessly because this isn’t God of War. After every death you will gain experience and learn new tactis however you should be on guard everytime because of different traps layed in the open world you are about explore. You won’t ever get stuck on a single path because dark souls gives you many options. The game also looks good and once in a while you should stop to look at the view instead of dying again and again.

2. Undertale

  • Platform: Nintendo Switch, PS 4, PS Vita, PC, Linux, Macintosh operating systems
  • Modes: Singleplayer
  • Steam Rating: 10/10 IGN Rating: 10/10

A game worth playing over and over in the search of answers. A game with superb writing which leave you with experiences that you will never forget. A game with lots of jokes and puns but also with a deep deep meaning. You will be left questioning your moral decisions at times. The writing and the way this game conveys its message is really nothing but brilliant. A fun game overall but with important messages and dialogues you won’t be forgetting anytime soon. If you have not played Undertale I would recommend trying out this game. It is a masterpiece.

3. Yakuza Kiwami 2

  • Platform: PS 4, PC
  • Modes: Singleplayer, Multiplayer
  • Steam Rating: 9/10 IGN Rating: 8/10

Yakuza 2 is set in Tokyo where you control the protagonist Kazuma Kiryu . In crime invested areas where you are the “one and only Dragon”. Getting your hands dirty has never been fun this fun. You are the boss and if you see anyone messing around you get to teach them what a Yakuza can do. A story rich game with tons of side quests and mini games to pass your time. Increase your stats, learn different combos, equip weapons ranging from a hammer to guns. Variety of combos and moves to make your experience better. Action packed game with humour you surely haven’t seen anywhere yet. Your environment can be used against you or your opponents too. Incredibly fun game to enjoy. I recommend to give this game a go.

Fun Fact: The name Kiryu translates to “Like a Dragon”.

4. The Witcher 3 GOTY Edition

  • Platform:  PS 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PC
  • Modes: Singleplayer
  • Steam Rating: 10/10 IGN Rating: 9.3/10

Who doesn’t want to be in the boots of Geralt. A demon slayer roaming the massive open world on his journey. With great graphics and heavy RPG elements present in the game, delivered to us in the best possible manner. Beautiful graphics, nice story, great gameplay and the vast map combined make this game worthy of the title it recieved “Game of the Year” in 2015. The map is literally a lot bigger than some major games like it’s 1.5 times bigger than the GTA V map. How cool is that! Get new spells and increase your skills to join magic and your weapons to defeat bandits and different creatures. It’s side quests are so good that it feels like they could actually be in the main story. That’s why Witcher 3 is a keeper! Click here for The Witcher 3 GOTY Edition on steam.

Fun fact: Witcher 3 sold more copies in first half of 2019 as compared to the first half of 2018. The Witcher 3 sales don’t seem to be slowing soon.

5. Gothic

  • Platform: PC
  • Modes: Singleplayer
  • Steam Rating: 9/10 IGN Rating: 8.6/10

One of the best RPG games I have ever played. The game is simply awesome at everything it does. You can swim underwater, free climbing, NPCs react to your actions, the monsters you face all have different tactics, these monsters are found in different habitats and these monsters act as species, not only monsters who try to kill you on sight. Your choices and actions have serious consequences and changes. Day and time cycle which affects the NPCs and the monsters too. Wanna know when this game was released? 2001! Many games today lack all this and yet a game in 2001 delivered all this.

Fun Fact: This game has a working society based on many factors which contribute to the realism of the game such as the NPCs heading back to home at night and to work in the morning.

6. Legend of Zelda breath of the wild

  • Platform: Nintendo Switch, Wii U, PC (Emulators)
  • Modes: Singleplayer
  • Steam Rating: N/A IGN rating: 10/10

An open world game where you can choose to pursue the main storyline or just roam around the beautiful world. This game’s approach is extremely non-linear. The combat is quite impressive as you can use a bit of magic or different weapons you have. Weapons however degrade with their usage and will eventually be destroyed. With dozens of side quests this game will get you hooked for quite some time.

Fun Fact: Robin Williams (late) actor loved to play games and Legend of Zelda was one of his favourites. He even named his daughter Zelda.

7. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

  • Platform: Xbox, PC
  • Modes: Singleplayer, Multiplayer
  • Steam Rating: 9/10 IGN Rating: 9.4/10

A good RPG game where your actions or decisions actually mean something. However this is recommended for only hardcore RPG fans because your actions can not be undone and you have to bear the consequences. A game that will immerse you into it because you have to be careful of what you are being told to do by the NPC’s. It takes you back to the old times where you did mostly everything yourself and weren’t spoonfed. The game also emphasizes on exploring rather than pointing you to where you have to go.

Fun Fact: The Elder Scrolls: Arena’s map is near 6 000 000 sq. km and it took over 60 hours to walk across the map!

These are some of the best RPG games, name good RPGs down in the comments below.

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