Massive RPGs

Discussion in 'General Game Discussion and Questions' started by tzual, Sep 12, 2010.

  1. tzual

    tzual Well-Known Member

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    I need a massive RPG like 50+ hours of gameplay :D. Similar to Oblivion and Morrowind. Are there any on the iPhone?
     
  2. drelbs

    drelbs Well-Known Member

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    The Quest (Gold) plus expansions is the only RPG on the device that is that long...
     
  3. tzual

    tzual Well-Known Member

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    I only have The Quest (no expansions) and I love it.
     
  4. jak56

    jak56 Well-Known Member

    to quote IGN, 'If the money-time ratio is ultra-important to you, know that Zenonia [2] will inhale at least 40 hours of your life'

    but any self- respecting RPG lover will already have bought zenonia 2!
     
  5. medianotzu

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    The Quest with expansions is the longest iPhone RPG, is a lot like Elder Scrolls 2, and it's great.

    Also there's Necromancer Rising which I think would take at least 50 hours to finish, probably a good deal more, and I highly recommend that for Elder Scrolls fans as well, although it's strictly a dungeon crawler.

    I also think that it'll take around 40 hours to finish Crimson Gem Saga, and that's a fantastic JRPG.

    Inotia 2 has over 50 hours of gameplay, but I wasn't able to get into that one, so much.
     
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    WHAT?!
    Any RPG lover with some taste for art will never buy that.

    Anyway +1 for The Quest, also wait for Aralon.
     
  7. tzual

    tzual Well-Known Member

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    I beta tested Aralon. It's pretty good :).
     
  8. Hitch

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    +1 to Necromancer Rising. Huge dungeon crawler with thousands of weapons and items. Full completion would be around 50 hours.
     
  9. tzual

    tzual Well-Known Member

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    I heard that didn't have a deep story. I have the game i just played maybe 10 minutes. I should probably download it again.
     
  10. HelperMonkey

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    So does The Quest have an overarching plot/story of any depth, or is it more of a free-roaming sandbox RPG?
     
  11. diffusion8r

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    #11 diffusion8r, Sep 12, 2010
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    Fallout 3.

    Seriously, get it on PC/Xbox/PS3/whatever, I got it for £6 which is the equivalent of $10 but in exchange rates probably $8, and while for the same price Chaos Rings lasted me 4-5 hours I'm on about 50 on Fallout 3 after having it for 2 weeks and I'm nowhere through it and still intent on playing for months.
     
  12. Eduku

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    'Having a different taste for art' does not equal 'having a taste for art'. I thought we already went over this a few dozen times.

    Also, I'll repeat people who are saying wait for Aralon.
     
  13. Duke Floss

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    I am getting ready to play through another run of The Nameless Mod - just beat DX for the 15th time (stealth run, 5 kills not including forced kills and animals).

    The Nameless Mod is an even bigger version of DX and I am getting prepared to play through the PDX Campaign for the 2nd time, planning on doing a Lethal stealth run and being as bad-ass as possible for the good guys. Check out The Nameless Mod - http://www.thenamelessmod.com
     
  14. Balu`

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    We did. But its art is even crappy within genre.
     
  15. Duke Floss

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    there is a main plot, but like The Elder Scrolls you can choose to ignore and explore at your own pace. Personally The Quest is my favourite western RPG available right now.

    Aralon is going to be killer.
     
  16. br4nd0n

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    I've been playing The Quest for about a month now. Already beat the main quest and the first add-on, and I still have tons of side-quests and add-ons to complete. I beginning to think that I've barely just scratched the surface of the game...
    definetly get the lite version at least, although I recommend the Gold version :D
     
  17. Eduku

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    I don't reeaally know if you can say that, seeing as you hate the genre, and by extension haven't exposed yourself to a lot of it.
     
  18. iVaro

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    Try Xenome, took me about 20 hours to beat it, really good game and story
     
  19. Balu`

    Balu` Well-Known Member

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    I like to check things out before forming an opinion.
     
  20. Eduku

    Eduku Well-Known Member

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    I guess we'll agree to disagree then, since determining if art is 'crappy' is completely subjective in itself. Still, my original point still stands (about 'having a different taste' =/= 'having no taste').
     

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