A Look Back on Some Classic Fantasy Games

Fantasy is a genre that has inspired lots of movies and TV shows as well as a plethora of video games. It’s an endless source of inspiration for lots of developers and will continue to be so in the future. So in the gaming world, it should come as no surprise that lots of casino games come with a fantasy background.

There are plenty of slot games that feature a fantasy theme. These games also feature symbols with fantasy creatures like dragons, werewolves, wizards, witches, and whatnot. In fact, if you visit a casino online you’ll find lots of such games in the slots section. They are usually coupled with amazing bonuses and prizes.

Nowadays, players can choose from lots of fantasy games and there’s no stopping them from going to the roots. So here are a few classic fantasy titles they can try out:

Baldur's Gate II

Usually, the sequel is worse than the first game but this isn’t the case with Baldur’s Gate. This one is filled with hundreds of quests, fighting and a story that will keep you entertained for hours. The dialogue has been improved and the sense of right and wrong isn’t as clear as in the previous games. The graphics quality isn’t so great but you’ll forget all about it once you spend some time with it. Fans of the series will be happy to know that a third installment of the franchise is well on the way.

World of Warcraft

This is the oldest MMORPG in existence. You get to play in Azeroth, the world the strategy games were set in and experience it like never before. This game has had many expansions so far and will continue to have them in the future. In this game you have to choose between the Horde and the Alliance as the races you can play with are tied to these two factions.

You can play with a human, high-elf, dwarf, undead, orc or troll. Additionally, you’ll have classes to choose from so you can turn your character into a warrior, mage or a rogue. You can also link up with your buddies and take out bosses together.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

The Elder Scrolls games are doing pretty well both online and offline. Morrowind is one of the oldest open-world RPGs that lets you pick out the race and look of your character. It also has an interesting story you can follow or roam around the land looking for side quests. You’re free to do whatever you want. These key elements were featured in both Oblivion and Skyrim.

Planescape: Torment

In this game, you take control of the Nameless One and try to find out what happened to you in your previous life. You’re cursed with immortality and when you’re retracing your steps you’ll meet some colorful characters that will aid you in your quest. This RPG has a gripping story which is something today’s RPG games lack.



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Last Updated: Mar 25, 2020