Top 10 Best PC RPGs for the Last 10 Years
Whatoplay presents the Top 10 Role-Playing
Games on the PC for the last 10 years. This video game ranking is based on a 1 to
10 scoring system called playscore. It aggregates, averages, and combines all
the ratings given by trusted critics and gamers. In the 10th place is The Witcher 2: Assassins
of Kings. A dark, mature, hack n� slash goodness! Witcher 2 outshines its predecessor greatly
with: game-changing choices, most of which truly
questions you�re morality. very good overall grim tone.
great replay value. and an awesome combat experience. The only problem I have with the game is its
very unsatisfying conclusion. It holds a playscore of 9.0. Ranked 9 is Divinity: Original Sin. The most rewarding RPG game I�ve played
so far. It pushes you to plan your moves and make full use of the environment, something
that modern RPGs lack. The game is very deep
some features are complex… maybe too complex. and sadly, the inventory and crafting system
is quite a hassle to deal with. It receives a playscore of 9 out of 10. 8th in the ranking is Middle-earth: Shadow
of Mordor. An open-world RPG that captures Tolkien�s
fantasy world and incorporating in it elements that would make it the best Lord of the Rings
video game! Impressive boss fights
outstanding soundtrack and good, yet annoying dialogues.
Plus, with its Nemesis System, battles are never the same the second time around. A playscore of 9.1. In number 7 is Dust: An Elysian Tail. A very under-rated game, that you can hardly
believe to be made by one man! This side-scrolling action RPG is a gem of
its own, with: mesmerizing art and background
fluid combat animations (although its complexity is questionable)
tons of hidden collectibles and lots and lots of content aside from its
main storyline. It has a playscore of 9.2. Number 6 is To the Moon. This is a role-playing adventure that relies
on an emotional story to keep you engaged. And it does so effectively. It�s visuals look like old-school Japanese
RPGs, which I, personally love. The narrative, music and puzzles all work
together to strengthen the story. And it�s one of the few games that made
me laugh and� cry� a lot. It receives a playscore of 9.2. In the fifth place is Fallout: New Vegas. This is a follow-up to the hit Fallout 3 released
in 2008. An open-world action RPG set in the US after a nuclear holocaust. You will spend hours and hours completing
side quests, exploring its vast wasteland and re-playing it.
And it has more of everything! Character customizations, weapons, gears, mutated creatures, factions
and things to do! It holds a playscore of 9.2. Ranked four is South Park: The Stick of Truth. A game that perfectly nails the humor from
the series and incorporates it well into a solid RPG game.
Punch lines are hilarious and although the gameplay may not be for hardcore
RPG fans, as a kid growing-up watching the show, the experience itself will make you
want to play it. It holds a playscore of 9.3. On number 3 is Mass Effect 2. Everything that made the original game awesome
plus dozens of improvements� from graphics to weapon upgrades� but what I think the
best aspects of Mass Effect 2 are… Each planet now feels and looks different.
The characters are interesting, with impressive dialogue and voice acting. They�ll grow
on you, especially after loyalty missions. And a far more polished level design and gunplay! It has a playscore of 9.3. Number 2 is Bastion. It�s a one-of-a-kind game that presents
a new take on RPG narratives. Your every move is narrated…from picking a hammer to killing
a boss. You will play it again…and again, like I
did. Beautiful art direction, from its colorful
environment to character design & animation. It offers a lot of weapon choices and unlockables.
And what an amazing voice over! It has a playscore of 9.4. And the highest-rated PC RPG of the past 10
years is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. This game set the high bar for open world
roleplaying games. A big world to explore with hidden dungeons,
ferocious creatures and warring factions. Interesting lores and side-quests that you
can pick up any time. Skill and combat systems that offer endless
possibilities. And, most important of all, a strong modding
community that continues to improve the game! A playscore of 9.6. To recap here are the Top 10 Role-Playing
Games on the PC By the way guys…This ranking is not our
personal opinion. It comes from aggregated scores of critic and gamer reviews. So…What are your top 10 picks? What games
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