Hello everybody! I haven't posted in awhile but I've been busy playing lots of games. I have become a computer gamer, which is something I rarely did in the past, minus the odd Diablo or Command and Conquer game, but now that I have my new laptop running well I figured it wasa time for me to play some PC games that I missed out on over the years.
So far I've checked out Divine Divinity, Might and Magic VI: The Mandate of Heaven, and a few others. Any recommendations? Looking for RPGs that maybe weren't the most popular or whatever but were still worth playing. I'm aware of the Baldur's Gates and Diablos and the big titles, so if you are aware of any lesser known gems that you think I should play, feel free to let me know in the comments.
Also, been playing a very cool game that I got for free online called "Realmz". It's a pretty cool game. Mostly a hack n' slash style RPG but with a party of up to 6 members, plus it's turn-based combat. It's really fun.
If you want to download it, get it from here > https://fantasoft.powweb.com/Files/Realmz%20PC.zip . It's a pretty small file and very easy to run on any type of PC.
However, be warned, the graphics are nothing to write home about. Seriously. They are very primitive graphics, but who cares about graphics!??! I'm in it for the gameplay, and this game HAS gameplay.
If you have any questions or want any beginner tips, feel free to let me know in the comments. I'm still a noob playing it but I have learned a little bit about the game and have some good beginner tips for anyone looking to roll a party and start adventuring. And trust me, you will need tips, because it's a bit difficult to get into at first. I suggest reading the manual which you can find on this website > https://fantasoft.powweb.com/realmzdivinity.html
And if you like the game and want to unlock all the various scenarios that it comes with, you'll need the registration code, which you can find here > https://fantasoft.powweb.com/Files//Realmz%20PC%20Codes.pdf . Don't worry, it's completely legal. The developers went out of business years back and gave the registration code for free to anyone online who wanted to play the game. Cool, huh?
Let me know what you think of it if and when you play.