I wonder where those daredevils who proudly declared the death of role-playing games as a pure genre are now? They said that modern gamers do not have time to understand the complex system of pumping and read large texts, no matter how amazing they were written. Like, the old men who knew how much, were transferred, and the industry did not bring up new heroes. I don’t know what these people are feeling right now, but traditional large-scale RPGs with a focus on narrative definitely feel great.
One of the pioneers of this Golden age were industry veterans from Obsidian, who proved that isometric RPGs of the old school are the most alive in the dilogy of Pillars of Eternity and Tyranny. Continue reading