17 Offline RPGs On PC You Need To Play

RPG developers are constantly raising the bar.  With innovations that expand gameplay opportunities without changing fundamentals, the RPG genre will always be relevant.

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Persona 4 Golden

Slowly but surely, more people are being made aware of Atlus's Shin Megami Tensei franchise.  For the longest time, these were limited to JRPG consoles, and usually only a select few.

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Neverwinter Nights

When it comes to memorable games for PC, Neverwinter Nights still shines as an excellent mix of retro and modern genre RPG.

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South Park: The Stick Of Truth

Despite being viewed by many as one of the best adult cartoons of all time, this zany franchise hasn't always translated well to the gaming sector.

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 Yakuza: Like A Dragon

For the seventh main entry in the series, Sega and Ryu ga Gotoku Studio opted to start a new chapter in the Yakuza story.  Kazuma Kiryu steps down as hero to make room for Ichiban Kasuga

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Cyberpunk 2077

Although it's rough with regards to thematics and bugs around the edges, it's still a CD Projekt Red hit.  It captivates the fans with its awesome style and gameplay that is both thrilling and deep.

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Baldur's Gate 2: Shadows Of Amn

Although seemingly lost in the pages of history to some, this BioWare series remains a cult classic for fans of old-school fantasy and PC RPGs.  This 1998 title is one of the strongest of the series.

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Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic

BioWare is no stranger to engaging RPGs that emphasize offline gameplay, as this Star Wars re-establishment from the classic '03.  Many fans consider KOTOR to be one of the best Star Wars games of all time.

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 Hades

Ultimately, this game is for everyone to enjoy, and players will have a blast grinding it out in this hack and slash RPG.  Hades takes players to the underworld, where they defy the rule of Hades as the prince of the underworld.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition

While previous Dragon Age games had more linear designs, Dragon Age: Inquisition was inspired by open-world games such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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