||Great game! If you've played the other two and liked them, than obviously this is a no brainer. It has some new updates here and there, but overall is the same gameplay as the last two. I havent gotten into the story so I cant comment on that. The few hours Ive played thus far have been doing the first towns side quests, and now heading off to continue the main plot I got side tracked with this ship wreck mystery. No clue what to expect, and thats why I love these games!
So as I said, this review isnt for veterans of the series, because youll be buying this regardless. This is for those people that like modern rpgs, and have started dabbling into fallout and arcanum etc and need more. Thats how I found this series. I hated Baldurs gate and similar rpgs, but love ones I could take my time with and had full control of every action. If any of that rings a bell in your head check out these games.
There is a demo available for all 3 in the series at the owners site, and I highly recommend trying that first if your not sure. Or just pick up the trilogy pack while its on sale. Each game can be played seperatly without knowledge of another. Id recommend starting with the first game and working my way up. Only because youll obviously get the full story, and because of the slight improvments made in the gameplay and mechanics. Youll get used to the new features of say 2, and decide to play 1 and miss them and the game will feel limited due to that. I played them out of order(2 and then 1) so its really not a big deal in the end, but you will be saying wtf why isnt this here or that option there?
So in conclusion, this is a truly old school aproach to rpgs. If your excited for the new turn based rpgs from kickstarter etc, then look no further for a game to play while you wait for those. While those guys were making modern day turds before going to kickstarter, this guy here was keeping the rpg tradition alive and well.