The 20 Greatest RPGs of All Time (The Finale)


The 20 best role-playing games of all time (Part 1)

The 20 best role-playing games of all time (Part 2)

7. Divinity Original Sin: Enhanced Edition

Score: 94/100

Divinity Original Sin: Enhanced Edition is an upgraded version of the original game released in 2014. It offers a series of improvements and valuable balance in terms of visuals, gameplay, and story, making the game become even better. should be more complete in the eyes of the player.

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The battles in Divinity Original Sin: Enhanced Edition are designed in a turn-based format, when you meet an enemy, the time in the game will change from real-time (real time) to turn-based for you. Start your battle. It is quite similar to Japanese role-playing games, however, the biggest difference is that the game does not change scenes and the characters can move freely. The difficulty of the game is relatively high, the monsters are very strong, requiring you to understand the enemy’s strengths and weaknesses and take advantage of the surrounding environment.

6. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Score: 94/100

When it comes to the famous role-playing game series The Elder Scrolls, it is easy to see that it inherits a thrilling and mystical mythological plot, attracting players right from the first narration. Starting Oblivion you play as a prisoner of the emperor Uriel Septim VII.

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Suddenly, the emperor appeared at the door of the cell, saying that you are lucky that this cell has a secret path to the royal tomb. During your time escorting the emperor, you are once again surprised to learn that you are the lucky one chosen, and are responsible for completing the final mission of bringing the magic necklace, the emperor’s symbol, to the emperor. for the prince.

Emperor Uriel Septim VII, who reigned in Tamriel for 65 years, passed away, and at the same time three princes were assassinated. The journey to find the mysterious Prince Martin begins, but you don’t know that the door to Oblivion has been opened and Daedre is spreading death everywhere, your road ahead is full of challenges and dangers.

5. Mass Effect 2

Score: 94/100

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From the very beginning, BioWare planned to make three “Mass Effect” parts and build an epic sci-fi RPG series. With the first version as the background, “Mass Effect 2” is where things really take off. Improved graphics engine, good music, memorable characters and a change in combat mechanics make “Mass Effect 2” a perfect sequel, inheriting and promoting the best of what was originally. from before.

4. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Score: 94/100

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The plot of Skyrim revolves around the player character’s journey to defeat Alduin, a dragon predicted to destroy the world. Occurring 200 years after Oblivion, the game is set in the fictional Skyrim region on the planet Nirn’s Tamriel continent. The Elder Scrolls series’ open-world gameplay returns to Skyrim; players can skip or delay the plot to explore freely. Skyrim was a commercial success with 7 million copies sold in its first week.

3. Divinity: Original Sin II – Definitive Edition

Score: 95/100

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Divinity: Original Sin II – Definitive Edition is an upgrade from the original game released in 2017. The game will give you the freedom of an open-world RPG that encourages spontaneity and experimentation, with rules set to be squished rather than bound. The game takes place in the world of Rivellon, where the player can go anywhere, talk to anyone (living, dead, or non-human), and interact with the entire world around them, unlike with any previous RPG game.

2. Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn

Score: 95/100

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Set in the fictional Forgotten Kingdom, much of Baldur’s Gate II takes place in and around Athkatla, a city in the kingdom of Amn. Taking place shortly after the events of Baldur’s Gate I, the game continues the story of the protagonist, Gorion Ward, who possesses immense strength and is targeted by Jon Irenicus, a powerful and sinister mage. The plot revolves around the intrigues of Irenicus and the player’s encounter with him.

Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn has received critical acclaim from both critics and the gaming community. The game is praised for its gameplay, artistry and revolutionary breakthroughs. Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn regularly appears on lists of the best games of all time.

1. Disco Elysium: The Final Cut

Score: 97/100

Number one in this ranking is Disco Elysium: The Final Cut, a game full of detective, role-playing elements. The game puts players in the role of an amnesiac detective who has forgotten who he is. Even so, he is still assigned the task of investigating a murder. The game has absolutely no combat mechanics and everything relies on skills and dialogue choices. The game has a total of 24 skills that players can use to clear the island. In addition, you also have to control the emotions and expressions of the character to find a way to solve your case.

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The plot in the game has many twist points, the character creation is extremely impressive, the selection mechanism is invested very carefully. All have combined to create an extremely unique and creative experience, which can be said to be a classic in the detective and role-playing genre.


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