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Pillars of Eternity, Serpent in the Staglands, and Avadon 3: The Warborn are our top selection to play today.

The latest addition in this selection are Eternity: The Last Unicorn released the 4 March 2019 and ranked #14, Shadows: Awakening released the 29 August 2018 and ranked #17, City of the Shroud released the 9 August 2018 and ranked #23.

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This suggestion collection includes CRPG (Old School Classic Western RPG) games where choices matter in a fantasy world for Android, IOS (iPhone / iPad), PS4 (Playstation 4), Xbox One, Switch, PC Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

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Experience a story-driven RPG where your choices mean all the difference in the world.

26# Sorcery! 3 - 2015

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The games are based on Steve Jackson's Sorcery!, a four-part series of fighting fantasy gamebook novels. The game is a text-based fantasy quest based on Steve Jacksons choose-your-own-adventure novels. The game incorporates visual and interactive elements not present in the gamebooks. The games contain expanded content vis--vis the original gamebooks.

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27# Exiled Kingdoms RPG - 2016

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And return to the classical dungeon crawl, with traps and secret doors, and death awaiting the unwary adventurer behind every corner. A century ago, the Andorian Empire was destroyed by a magical cataclysm that brought The Horrors into our world; humanity was nearly annihilated. Many thousands managed to escape sailing away to the Imperial Colony of Varannar: a savage island, dangerous and unexplored.

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28# Dragon Age: Inquisition - 2015

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Skyhold Throne - Every ruler should sit in a place of high honor, but as the Inquisitor you will have the greatest of all, fashioned from an ancient dragon skull. To get 10% off your purchase and an exclusive trial five days before the release date, youll need to sign up for EA Access before you pre-purchase Dragon Age: Inquisition. The downloadable version of this game supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, Russian.

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29# Nightingale Downs - 2017

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Screenshot of the video game Nightingale Downs
Screenshot of the video game Nightingale Downs

You play a deer, tasked by your clan leader with a most urgent mission: Find and sabotage the plans of a local human settlement, intent on destroying your homeland. Your journey will be long, through dangerous jungles and facing many natural predators. Will you save your home?

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30# Expeditions: Viking - 2017

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Circa 790 AD. A small band of Norse warriors lands on the shores of England. History may have forgotten their names, but their actions live on. As the chieftain of your clan, let ambition guide your choices in the party-based RPG Expeditions: Viking. How will history remember you?

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31# Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic - 2013

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Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic is a role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by LucasArts. The game's system is based on Wizards of the Coast's Star Wars Roleplaying Game, which is based on the d20 role-playing game system derived from the Third Edition Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) rules. Players choose from three basic character classes at the beginning of the game, and later choose from three Jedi sub-classes. Beyond class, a character has "skills" stats, tiered "feats", and later on, tiered Force powers, similar to magic spells in fantasy games. Feats and Force powers are unlocked every few level-ups, while the player is given skill points to distribute among their skills every level. The game is a part of the Star Wars Legends Universe.

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33# Battleheart Legacy - 2014

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In Battleheart Legacy, you will explore a rich and detailed fantasy world, customize your unique hero with dozens of powerful skills and items, do battle with hordes of enemies, encounter quirky characters and discover the stories of a troubled realm. Poison your foes, crush them with giant two-handed weapons, put them to sleep with a song, or simply blow them up with a meteor strike.

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35# Pyre - 2017

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Pyre is a party-based RPG from the creators of Bastion and Transistor. Lead your band of exiles to freedom through a series of mystical competitions in the Campaign, or challenge a friend to a fast-paced ritual showdown in the head-to-head Versus Mode.

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36# Demonheart - 2017

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Demonheart is a first-person visual novel in a dark fantasy setting, featuring a female protagonist whose personality is completely up to the player thanks to extensive dialog choices. The game consists of 5 chapters to be released throughout 2017.

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37# Battle Chasers: Nightwar - 2017

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Help young Gully on her quest to find her lost father Aramus a famous hero, who ventured into the dangerous grounds and mysteriously disappeared. Build your adventuring party by choosing three of six available heroes from the classic Battle Chasers comic series, each with unique abilities, perks, items, and dungeon skills.

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38# Exanima - 2015

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Explore, fight, survive and unravel mysteries in this unique and unforgiving 3D isometric RPG set in an original dark, low fantasy world. Exanima's exceptional attention to detail and realistic simulation of all things aim to provide a deeply immersive and dynamic gameplay experience.

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39# The Dwarves - 2015

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The Dwarves is a fantasy role-playing game with a strong story and tactically challenging real-time battles. 15 playable heroes, each with individual skills, are to be deployed cleverly. Take on superior numbers of orcs, ogres, älfs, bögnilim, zombies, dark mages and many more foes, to give them the low-down.

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41# Azure Saga: Pathfinder - 2018

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Dive into the world of Azure Saga: Pathfinder and band together to search for the legendary planet that will save humanity. Battle your enemies in JRPG-style turn-based combat, and explore a 2.5D isometric landscape featuring hand-drawn visuals.

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42# Aveyond 4: Shadow Of The Mist - 2016

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Boyle Wolfbane wanted to rule the world. He failed. Miserably. Forced into retirement early, Boyle now spends his days arguing with haunted trees and scaring off the occasional knight. At least he still has Fang, his loyal storm wolf. Things could be worse. He could have been born a hero.

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44# Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin - 2015

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Players will be amazed by the dynamic contrast in visual fidelity compared to the original DARK SOULS II. Enemy placement has been overhauled, resulting in a completely different play dynamic than experienced before. Hardened players will have to forget everything they thought they knew about DARK SOULS II.

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45# Victor Vran - 2015

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Victor Vran is the isometric action-RPG where your skill is just as essential as your character build and gear. Experience intense combat action: dodge, jump and unleash powerful skills to finish off your enemies!

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48# Dragon Quest III - 2014

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Dragon Quest III is noted for greatly expanding upon the original Dragon Warrior and Dragon Warrior II. The game uses basic console role-playing game conventions, such as leveling up by gaining experience points and equipping items. Battle is turn-based like the other games in the series. Dragon Warrior III features a class system, in which each character has a certain class. While the Hero always keeps the Hero class, the other characters can choose among the following: Soldier (Warrior in the GBC version), Fighter, Pilgrim (Cleric), Wizard (Mage), Merchant (Dealer), Goof-Off (Jester), Sage, and Thief which was available only in the later versions. The choice of class greatly affects the character's stats and spells he or she can learn. Furthermore, upon reaching experience Level 20, a character has the option of changing classes at the temple of Dhama, found halfway through the game. The game starts with just the Hero in the party, who then is able to recruit a party of three at the local tavern. Unlike most Dragon Quest parties, aside from the Hero, the party is not made up of characters involved in the story. Although only four characters can be in the party at a time, extra members of the party can be kept at the tavern, allowing room for new recruits. Another innovation is an arena where the player can place bets on the outcome of monster battles. The remakes incorporated some interface changes from later games in the series, such as simplified door opening; the bag, which replaced bank item storage; the item sorting "Tidy Item" and "Tidy Bag" commands; and the "Full HP" command, which can be used outside of combat to automate the process of casting healing and status restoring spells. While the earlier Dragon Quest games were also non-linear, Dragon Quest III was the most substantial example of open-world gameplay among the early Dragon Quest games. It also allowed the player to swap characters in and out of the party at will, and another "major innovation was the introduction of day/night cycles; certain items, characters, and quests are only accessible at certain times of day."

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50# Atonement: Scourge of Time - 2015

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The last king was killed over 400 years ago and the global rule of the land ceased to exist. The Vindicator is coming. ~a decadent, dark fantasy world with a new take on the concepts of Angels and Demons!

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