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Good isometric games?

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Brunnea, Sep 21, 2017.

  1. Brunnea

    Brunnea Retired Staff Member

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    Simple question: Does anyone here know of good isometrically styled games?

    Prefer older titles that came out in the 90s, but if there are newer ones I'll give em a look.

    Already own the Fallouts and Diablos that are in this style, trying to see if I could find more.
     
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    the new divinity game
     
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  4. Brunnea

    Brunnea Retired Staff Member

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    right​
     
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    Bastion and Transistor. Bastion, in terms of gameplay, is simpler than Transistor, but Transistor allows crazy levels of customization to your attacks and defenses. They both have incredible stories, atmosphere, world-building, and art.
     
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    i have a feeling u havent finished ur fallouts
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    The original Fallouts are good games. The controls are a little wonky, before game designers started using the same keys across games. It's also not going to look great, I'm pretty sure you can get a mod that will allow you to run the game at 1080p.

    I'd also check out Diablo II, or Diablo I (D2 is an improved game, no need to start with the first) it's instantly gratifying to play. You're constantly having to move and fight monsters. The music is eerie and haunting, the stylization and theme are one-of-a-kind. You'll also need a mod to run the game at a higher resolution.
     
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