17th March 2006
For a great rpg try:www.kalonline.com It has great graphics and fun quests.There are also monsters to kill and ppl to duel etc.....
myrkul_8The Baldurs Gate/Neverwinter Night series is definatly not for beginners, it requires some knowledge to the D&D system since its in theory based open it (I know the story line goes on ForgottenRealms although thats a part of D&D).
I'd like to point out that while knowledge of the underlying system certainly doesn't hurt (and makes it easier to exploit, quite frankly), lack of knowledge does not make a game "unsuitable for beginners".
Lack of ability does.
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15th March 2005
Meh, when I first played NWN I had no concept of D&D. Sure I had to get used to the whole dice roll system, but it wasn't beyond my grasp because I had no knowledge of D&D. In fact after I realized it was using a dice roll system I found it rather easy to understand. It's really not that difficult to grasp the concept of randomness or that larger numbers = more damage/defense :lol:.
fr0zensorry i havent been to town recently but when i first started guildwars, the community WAS good. didn't know it was that bad now. ok i apologise. i'll rephrase. diablo 2 ISNT a role playing game but a hack and slash game but i do consider diablo 2 as a RPG even though its hack 'n slash.
I believe the correct sub-genre is "action-rpg" in which case the "roleplaying" aspect of it refers to the fact that you control a single defining character and not, for example, an entire community (i.e. age of empires). :smokin: :cool: :0wned: