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  1. I really hate to date myself, but I really loved playing C: Hack

    Then of course Darkstone and Diablo

  2. I really hate to date myself, but I really loved playing C:\ Hack

    Then of course Darkstone and Diablo

  3. For me it depends on what system you are referring to. Right now I am really enjoying D&D Online which is very dungeon crawl oriented, but I have always loved all the “Infinity Engine” games on the PC. If you haven’t played them, the Icewind Dale series is great.

    The PS2/Xbox versions of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 1 and 2 are great, as are Demon Stone and D&D Heroes is a very straight forward romp.

    Classics? Sega: Beyond Oasis and D&D Warriors of the Eternal Sun.

    Nintendo: The Dragon Warrior series and Zelda.

    For a slight modification in “theme” but not in substance the X-Men legends games are great dungeon crawls.

    I am about to start Dungeon Siege 2, (behind schedule I know). One was good, but very linear. Fable (xbox) was great and not as interactive as it may seem. In other words, you can finish it in a few hours.

  4. For me it depends on what system you are referring to. Right now I am really enjoying D&D Online which is very dungeon crawl oriented, but I have always loved all the “Infinity Engine” games on the PC. If you haven’t played them, the Icewind Dale series is great.

    The PS2/Xbox versions of Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance 1 and 2 are great, as are Demon Stone and D&D Heroes is a very straight forward romp.

    Classics? Sega: Beyond Oasis and D&D Warriors of the Eternal Sun.

    Nintendo: The Dragon Warrior series and Zelda.

    For a slight modification in “theme” but not in substance the X-Men legends games are great dungeon crawls.

    I am about to start Dungeon Siege 2, (behind schedule I know). One was good, but very linear. Fable (xbox) was great and not as interactive as it may seem. In other words, you can finish it in a few hours.

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