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1 Player 2023-08-10T20:51:09 [ImgOps] [iqdb]
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Let's talk about isometric RPG games. I have been getting back into these again lately, specifically Divine Divinity. It's pretty good and I like it so far.

But it made me realize when I started looking on Wikipedia and other sites about the game that there are A LOT of isometric RPG games out there. I also didn't get into them too much when I was a kid so I missed out on a ton, though I played them later in life. But there are still so many I don't know...!

Let's discuss isometric RPGs. What are some of your favourites? What would you recommend, both old and new? I know they've made a come back. I kind of wanted to try out Pillars of Eternity after I finish (or get bored of) Divine Divinity and check it out since it's pretty new.
2 Player 2023-08-12T21:15:33
I'm not too familiar with them, personally. I wonder if the first Dragon Age counts since it had a PC version that let you zoom out and it looked quite similar to the stuff you see in that genre.
If it does, then I think that's the only one I've played. I've thought about trying them, but never really got around to it. I tend to get stuck at Character Creation
3 Player 2023-09-26T02:54:43
Hmm, maybe Falcon's Eye? For the most part it's just an unwieldly interface to Hack which uses square tiles rather than hexagonal though. But Hack is a great game.
4 Player 2023-10-24T13:52:30
Never been on this imageboard before, but I like it. It's comfy.
Divine Divinity looks comfy too. I wonder if it plays nicely with the Steam Deck.
5 Player 2024-01-18T21:01:48

No idea if it plays on one as I don't have one...but if it does, that is another tempting reason to think about buying one of those things. I don't game as much as I used to and even though I built a gaming desktop at the start of 2023, I haven't used it all that much since games are so boring now. And I just don't like sitting at the desktop for 1000 hours a day anymore, so a portable might be a cool thing to have.

Anyway, yeah, Divine Divinity is a nice game, check it out! It was created in 2002, so maybe that will help you determine whether or not it can run on a SteamDeck.

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