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Ded tweaks to the base Diablo III, make the whole game feel fresh and fun. $29.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is a single-player RPG, with action-driven gameplay akin to Capcom’s Devil May Cry and Monster Hunter franchises. It draws inspiration from classic fables and myths, setting the game in a world burdened with the return of a destructive red dragon. Its combat is flashy and engaging, and the open-world environments are rich with detail, but the quest-driven plot and sparse character development weaken what would be an otherwise interesting story. The RPG leveling stalls combat, as well, so you won’t fight at your full potential until you’ve leveled your class sufficiently.

These issues may turn off less patient players, but those hoping for a grand, long-lived adventure across an action-packed open world will find plenty to discover and enjoy. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls series has consistently been on the front lines of RPG immersion, giving you ever bigger and more elaborate realms to explore. The quantum strides made in Morrowind (2002) and Oblivion (2006) continue in Skyrim, which provides the most delicious perspective to date on this fascinating world over which you have almost complete control.

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It’s no challenge to set yourself up as a warrior, a wizard, or a pickpocketing miscreant, of either gender, of any of ten species, and with just the physical and facial characteristics you desire. $29.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster bundles the celebrated tenth installment of the main Final Fantasy series, and its sequel, into one stellar role-playing game package that Square Enix fans will adore. Both role-playing games boast graphical overhauls that enhance the beauty of their worlds and newly added features not found in the console versions.

Ain’t PC gaming grand? $59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% With Mass Effect: Andromeda, developer BioWare promised a game that would feature a compelling story, fantastic visuals, tight gameplay, and hot alien romance—unfortunately, the action-RPG delivers on only a few of those fronts. On the upside, the space opera has several sizable open-world environments to explore and a thrilling combat system.

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On the downside, it has infamously awkward animations, tedious menus, and performance issues. Nonetheless, if you’re looking to blast aliens with zany space magic or woo an exotic space lady or gentleman, Mass Effect: Andromeda is a game that has some entertaining elements that are worth your time. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The BioWare-developed Mass Effect 2 picks up exactly where the original space opera left off. In fact, one of the great things about this RPG, beside the incredible character development, is that you can upload your character from last game directly into this one. In terms of fresh features, there’s a new cover system, and a revamped health recovery system lets you heal most wounds by camping out of harm’s way. Although Mass Effect 2 is much more shooter-like than the original, role-playing is still at the game’s core. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% When the fate of the galaxy is in your hands, how often does it feel like it’s really in your hands? It does in Mass Effect 3. Picking up where Mass Effect 2 left off, Mass Effect 3 thrusts you back into the persona of Commander Shepard, who’s standing at the brink of one of the most daunting challenges ever. He’s tasked with nothing less than rescuing the Earth, and the entire Milky Way, from the clutches of the all-consuming Reapers that are threatening them as never before.

Packed with action, character development, and customizability that transcend what you find in most games, Mass Effect 3 is an entertaining and frequently engrossing trip into the psychology of helplessness, if one that doesn’t realize all of its towering ambitions. $59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Nier: Automata is an action-RPG developed by Platinum Games, the studio behind the Bayonetta games, and directed by Yoko Taro, the creator of the Drakengard series and the original Nier. Platinum Games’ previous works excel on the gameplay front, but their stories are generally campy schlock.

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Taro’s games, on the other hand, are brilliantly depressing stories tied together with weak gameplay. Nier: Automata is a marriage of Platinum Games’ intense action combat and Taro’s wacky, yet somber storytelling, and is easily one of the better games released in 2017, thanks to the hot android-on-robot combat.

Unfortunately, Nier: Automata suffers from some technical issues. A lack of developer support compounds this, so you’ll need to rely on fan-made patches if you want to get the very best performance out of the game. $11.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% RymdResa is a fascinating PC game that features a narrative structure, music, and environments that play out like an art-house drama. While drifting through the emptiness of space, collecting resources and materials to survive, your character occasionally drops poetry gems via diary entries, while reflecting on the loneliness that vastness represents—as well as the depression, hope, and desire that comes with it. RymdResa features nearly zero in-game interactions, but the roguelike adventure game uses a single character and simple graphics to dissect the human psyche in a story that flirts with the possibility that we are one with the universe in more ways than we imagine.

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$39.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Wasteland 2 is a return to the classic computer RPG conventions that have been largely absent in the contemporary gaming scene. CRPGs have seen a recent resurgence with the release of Divinity: Original Sin and Shadowrun, and developer InXile Entertainment has followed suit with a proper sequel to its 1988 classic. The core of any good CRPG is choice, and Wasteland 2 embraces this wholeheartedly.

You can either choose from a list of premade characters or create a more specialized and customized party by allocating skill points and attributes. There is no single protagonist; instead, you control a party of Desert Rangers.

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Wasteland 2 isn’t without flaws, however. The combat in particular is a tad underwhelming, but it’s still an enjoyable return to post-apocalyptic Arizona and California.

$59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is the final installment in CD Projekt Red’s action-RPG series. Geralt of Rivia sets out one last time to slay beasts, collect bounties, and protect the child of destiny.

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CD Projekt Red changes the game formula by introducing a massive, open world filled with monsters to hunt and quests to undertake. But it also greatly improves the series’ combat by making alchemy more accessible and tightening the action controls.

The rich story narrative that drives the game is rife with tragedy, folkloric horror, humor, and intrigue, keeping you on your toes every step of the way. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% “Simplicity” is the word that best suits Xanadu Next. The action-RPG is an unabashedly uncomplicated game that features basic mouse controls and PlayStation One-era visuals. The simplicity, however, isn’t detrimental to the game: Xanadu Next makes excellent use of its uncomplicated systems to deliver a fantastic dungeon-crawling experience that’s well worth checking out. The game has a few minor issues that hold it back from action-RPG greatness, such as its clunky controller support and occasionally tedious progression.

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Still, Xanadu Next runs well, plays well, and oozes old-school RPG charm. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Ys VI: The Ark of Napishtim is an excellent top-down hack-and-slash RPG by Japanese developer Nihon Falcom. Originally released exclusively for PCs in Japan, Ys VI was ported to the PlayStation 2 and PlayStation Portable by Konami in 2005 and made available around the world. This newer version of Ys VI features an XSEED localization that includes an improved translation, a more challenging game mode called Catastrophe Mode, enhanced graphical settings, and Steam support—features that more than make up for the missing content that was in the Konami-published port. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Game studio Cave holds true to its promise of porting its shoot-em-up (or “shmup”) catalog to Steam with the release of Deathsmiles.

You play as one of five gothic lolitas who defend their land from a demon invasion using familiars and intense, enemy-wrecking firepower. It’s a simple premise that’s bolstered by huge enemies, big explosions, beautifully detailed environments, and a thrilling goth-rock score. All in all, Deathsmiles is a thoroughly enjoyable PC shooter, despite cramped environments and sprites that were already considered a bit dated at the time of its original 2007 arcade release.

$29.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The shoot-’em-up renaissance that’s occurring on the PC has given us many pulse-pounding shmups, but none balance thrills and depth like DonDonPachi Resurrection. Developed by Cave, a company that’s created many space-shooter classics, DoDonPachi Resurrection boasts high-powered offensive and defensive options for annihilating aliens.

The game also has multiple ships, multiple endings, and local co-op play. $14.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Top-down arcade shooters have been a video game staple for a long, long time. The 1980s saw Robotron: 2084 popularize the genre with easy to use twin-stick controls, while the 1990s added Arno

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