best rpgs 2016

Best Of 2016: Top 10 Mobile RPG’s Of 2016

RPG’s probably have one of the most loyal fan followings of any gaming genre that is out there today. It’s no surprise that this the fan following carried over onto mobile devices. Whether it is Final Fantasy or World of Warcraft, people take time out to craft their characters to make their gaming experience more memorable. On that note, here are RPGs that hit it off on mobile phones this year- The Shadow Sun The Shadow Sun comes from the team that worked on RPG series like Dungeons and Dragons and The Witcher. This story driven RPG is packed with a ten-hour adventure. Developers Ossian Studios created an enduring open world game with over seventy locations, hundreds of items to obtain, numerous quests and the free to customize your character. Price: Rs. 56 Platforms: Android |...

The Best of 2016: Top 10 RPGs

After the success of games like Divinity: Original Sin and Pillars of Eternity, old-school isometric style cRPGs seem to be making a comeback, in addition to newer RPGs with beautiful and atmospheric worlds, and stories that will leave you begging for more. Here’s our list of the 10 ten RPGs released this year, in the order they were released. 1. Grim Dawn Release Date: 25th February, 2016 Platforms: Windows PC Grim Dawn is an isometric action-RPG coming from the engine on which Titan Quest was developed. Enter an apocalyptic fantasy world where humanity is on the brink of extinction, iron is valued above gold and trust is hard earned. It feautures complex character development, hundreds of unique items, crafting and quests with choice & consequence. The combat is fast and action...

President Evil: Tyranny Review

For those who don’t know, Tyranny is the latest game by Obsidian, the brains behind some of the most beloved classic RPGs like Neverwinter Nights 2, Star Wars: KOTOR 2, the last good Fallout game, Fallout New Vegas, and their crowdfunded game Pillars Of Eternity. It’s not a sequel to any of Obsidian’s prior games, but it does build upon the gameplay and engine used in Pillars Of Eternity. so if you were a fan of that, then this one is right up your alley. But, unlike the previous games, or most games, Tyranny comes with a twist. Instead of working to defeat the bad guys, you are working for them. Or more precisely, you are in a world where evil has won, and now rules the world. The evil in question is the overlord Kyros, and you play as a Fatebinder, a high-ranking member...

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