RPG
Role-playing games lets you take on the role of a character in a fictional setting. As the game progress your character gains skill and equipment and can take on larger challenges.

Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness
First game in what was to become to Ultima series and it's hard to see the future greatness. Sword, flying cars and space combat all in one game. Unless you try to play all Ultima games i would not recommend it.


Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress
This is a grind style of game and to move forward in the game you need gold and you get it from killing things. You use the gold to buy better stats so you can buy better weapons and armor. With it you can kill things faster so you buy food and hit points. You keep killing things until you finally get a boat. Not that it change the game, but now you can use the Fire key instead of the Attack key for killing things. That's the amount of fun this game contains.


Phantasie III: The Wrath of Nikademus
Fantasy role-playing game where the enemy to no ones suprise is an evil sorcerer that is trying to take over the world.


Ultima Underworld
Great role playing game in the ultima world. A bit old now but still one of the best when you get used to the sprites. You are accused of kidnapping and imprisoned in the underworld. There you have to and prove that you are in fact a very nice guy. The game is a bit hard to get a hold of this days but if you would like to play it you can look at www.ttlg.com.


Ultima VII: The Black Gate
You return to Britannia two centuries after the the events in Ultima 6 and a someone that goes by the name The Guardian now try to get the power over the land. There are also a religious order that go by the name The Fellowship that seems to gain more and more power and they seem to be connected to the Guardian. The major plot takes you all over the world when you search for Elizabeth and Abraham, two of the founders of The Fellowship. The game world is very nice and you are free to walk around as you wish and solve sub quest and explore.


Ultima VII: The Forge of Virtue
This is a small expansion pack to The Black Gate. It adds a new quests in the game were the Avatar must pass some tests to be given the Black Sword, a very powerful weapon.


Ultima Underworld 2
This game takes place between Ultima 7: The Black Gate and Ultima 7: Serpent Isle. You are in Britannia in Lord British castle when the whole castle is imprisoned by a dome of blackrock created by the Guardian. While searching for a way out you find a gateway to other world below the caste and you travel to them to find something to destroy the dome over the castle.


Ultima VII: Part Two - Serpent Isle
The second part of Ultima 7. After the Black Moongate been destroyed at the end of U7:BG the Avatar and his companions follow Batlin that flees to Serpent Isle


Ultima VII: Part Two - The Silver Seed
The expansion to Serpent Isle that add a new quest to the game. It gives you the chance to get some powerful magical item to use in the main quests of serpent isle.


Ultima VIII: Pagan
This is the eighth part in the role-playing game series Ultima. After the events in U7:Serpent Isle the Guardian banishes the Avatar to the world of Pagan and the Avatar needs to escape from it and find a way back to Britannia. The arcade style control system were you have to jump around on moving platform is sometimes so frustrating you want to jump on the game CD (and burn it to another CD so you can jump on it again).


Summoner
The player character is a summoner who can summon magical creatures. Prophecy, kill the tyrannical Emperor, yada yada yada, you know the rest. Travel the world, do side quests and find more summons.


An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire
A Elder Scolls game set inside the Battlespire, a magic academy that train battlemages. Run around and fight the monsters and the game controls. Don't like the combat at all. The worst enemy is the game physics system. Even the smallest edge can confuse it and make you die like you jumped from 10k feet to the ground.


Ultima IX: Ascension
This was not a worthy ending for the Ultima series. There is only one good thing in the game and it s the graphic engine. I like to see Britannia in full 3d and it s nice walk around in it.

The worst part of the game is the fact that is ignores more or less all the events in the other ten games that have been before it in the ultima series. I m sure that they would like it to be possible for new players to enjoy the game but it is stupid to do it at the expanse of the people who had followed the ultima series in the past. The story of the game is extremly stupid and even a new player would see that things don t fit at all in this game. There are simply to many things wrong to write down here, look at Hackis ultima page ( http://members.inode.at/357352/english/nitpicks_u9.htm ) for a more complete list of why you feel something is missing when playing this game.

In the game the avatar arrives from the world of Pagan to find that the Guardian have more or less total control of Britannia. The king don t even know that huge columns of chaos is raised in the air around in his land and your old friends from the other games only sit around at home and does nothing so its up to you to stroll around, collect magic items and do a ritual eight times to save the world.


Neverwinter Nights
Third person role-playing game based on the Dungeons & Dragons and Forgotten Realms rules. In this game you take the role as one of those with the mission to save the town of Neverwinter from a evil plague. It starts simple with you collecting the parts needed for a cure and then you need to run around outside the town for a while hunting down those that created the plague. Then it all ends inside the town again in a epic battle. The game can also be played in co-op and that is the most fun way to play it.


Arx Fatalis
This is a game that try to be Ultima Underworld and fails. Linear with no dialoge options and on top of that a user interface that makes less sense then the one in System Shock. The magic system looks fun until you try to use it. You have to draw runes with the mouse to cast spells and it feels like a bad ipad game ten years before anyone know what a ipad was. All i really needed to use was the fireball spell that worked well is the Win button in all combat scenarios. And that was a good thing as the combat was not fun anyway.


The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Visit the island of Vvardenfell and spend hours killing Cliff Racer's. To be honest you get to do other things to such as fulfilling a prophecy and killing a god. All those things are fun but jumping up to hit and kill cliff racers is the thing that will be part of my muscle memory forever. I do not like the dialogue or the quests. Talking to someone turned into a guess to right word and most quest was spent being lost for long periods of time. It's nice to be able to explore a open world but i do prefer more guidance when i have quests. It gets tiresome to run around in a city to find a single person or over the landscape to find the correct mine. The rule system in the game is also a bit broken and there are bugs that put a dent in the enjoyment of the game. Killing cliff racers and falling through the floor will be my memory from this game. That and the theme song, the theme song is Epic.


Summoner 2
In this sequel you play as Maia. She can transform herself into a a variety of summonable creatures. A bit weaker idea then the first game. Explore areas in the world and find characters to add to your party. You can have up to three characters in the party from a total of seven. Reminds me of Kotor.


Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark
Another new campaign to Neverwinter Nights and this one takes you to the subterranean world of Underdark.


Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide
Expansion with a all new campaign.


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
Be a Jedi, swing a lightsaber and choose between good and evil. This game has one of the best stories ever and the dialogue with the characters in the game is great. You play a republic soldier that wakes up after a huge battle with a memory loss and you find out that you have really strong Jedi powers and you travel to the Jedi enclave to start your training. The republic is at war with the dark Jedi Revan and Malak that both turned against the republic after fighting in the Mandalorian War. You are free to choose you path to the light or dark side as you travel the galaxy with your companions in search for clues to what turned Revan and Malak to the dark side and the reasons for you strong connection to the force. Many fun dialogues with you companions and and best of them all is the not so friendly assassination droid HK-47.


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic 2
This game takes place some years after the first and some of characters return. Your character is a exile from the Jedi order that was cast out for your actions in the Mandalorian wars. You were cut of from the force so you were not part of the Jedi civil war that followed the Mandalorian war and now years later your force connection returns. Hunted by the Sith you travel the galaxy in search for the jedi masters to get some answers from them why the throw you out from the Jedi order as you find out that the things you did in the Mandalorian war was not the reason. Our hero HK-47 returns and once again gives great advise on how to handle the meatbags you meet. This game could be as great as the first one but to many things in it don t work out. The story is not as good as in the first game and many parts of it the story/game is incomplete or buggy.


Jade Empire
Wuxia style action role-playing game in a setting inspired by ancient China. The gameplay is a lot like Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic but the thing that sinks this game for me is the simplistic battle system. In a setting where ancient masters are everywhere and people fight each other to say hello there need to be more to it then skills named after animals.


The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine
Expansion pack for Oblivion where you hunt around for some relics to defeat a evil king from the past.


The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Nice world to explore but it turns repetitive fast. The game system is broken and stupid and all characters that you try to work with will jump in front of you when you fight and then attack you.


The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles
Second expansion to Oblivion and this time you visit the realm of madness where the prince Sheogorath needs your help to stop the cataclysm.


Fallout 3
Action role-playing game where you play on earth after it has been hit by a nuclear apocalypse. You play in and around the ruins of Washington D.C and your are searching for your father. Great game :).

I did like the Mothership Zeta DLC the most.


Risen
Risen is boring. It has some positive elements like some nice vistas and some bad like the combat system but hours in the game i was tired of playing it. It never gets anywhere. Even the dialogue drags on without any of the characters saying anything i care about.


Final Fantasy 13
Role-playing game where the roles are set and the playing takes care of itself. The only thing left is to follow the story and read every note to try to understand what is going on. All the characters overact like the voice actor had a gun to his head so it get's a bit tiresome after a while. The final nail for me was the combat. So repetitive and boring I gave it all up. So youtube for the rest of the story then.


Fallout: New Vegas
Explore New Vegas, find the mysterious man that try to kill you and then help the faction of you choice to power. The best DLC was Old World Blues.


The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Dragons have returned to Tamriel and as one of the few that can speak the dragon language you can help defeat them. Nice open world with many quests and areas to explore, the only thing that brings the game down a bit is the retarded console like menus.


Fallout 4
Set in and around the city of Boston, known as "The Commonwealth". Four factions to work with, the Brotherhood of Steel, the Institute, the Minutemen or the Railroad. The story is about you trying to find your lost son. Like we care, we have fatman's to shoot with. I'm sure he show up someday.