Pillars of Eternity is coming out soon, roughly 3 weeks I believe. It will be an cRPG from Obsidian Entertainment, this game got massively funded
Basically what you have is the spiritual ancestors to Baldur's Gate (not to mention there is a new BG in the works BG 1.5 OH AND A NEW TORMENT game!)
You build up your party the combat is in real time but with tactical pause available
Expect an epic single player saga.
Pillars of Eternity - Pre-Order Gameplay Trailer
Pillars of Eternity Gameplay 01/15/15 with Josh Sawyer
Now if only someone would remake Temple of Elemental Evil
edit: Available: March 26
This game will unlock in approximately 2 weeks, 5 days and 1 hour
edit on 7-3-2015 by Lysergic because: (no reason given)
a reply to: Lysergic
So old school, though not quite as its not turn based, which is a plus. I outgrew turnbased rpgs long ago, now its always kind of weird to wait for
your characters turn to attack. I will be playing another game by the time this game comes out, or a few other games.
But at some point in time its worth to give it a try, if nothing more but simply for the whole nostalgic feel of it all, of back in the day when
these sort of games came on the market and were the coolest thing then sliced bread... Nay! Back then they were even much cooler then sliced bread.
Time flies I suppose.
a reply to: RomaSempre
The first dragon age was pretty good for its time. The second was meh! some liked it though. And the new one Dragon Age Inquisition is one of the
better games to have come out in a while. So I would not say they ruined dragon age games.
Besides I think people are so stuck in the old games they played as kids that its hard for them to look to new things. Pretty much all the games and
genres I play now is influenced by the game and genres I played as a kid...A whole dam lot of different types of RPGs that's for sure.
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