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8 Great RPGs Based on Dungeons & Dragons

Ron Whitaker | 17 Jun 2015 17:00
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If you're a big fan of Dungeons & Dragons like I am, then you always watch closely when there's a new videogame bearing the moniker of the series. With Sword Coast Legends on the horizon and being shown at E3 this week, it seemed like a great time to look back at the long history of D&D games and pick out some of our all-time favorites. These eight fit that bill perfectly.

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Eye of the Beholder

This 1991 classic offered up a lot of innovation for its time. Not only did Eye of the Beholder let you increase the size of your party as you played through the game, it also let you export your characters into other SSI titles. Sporting a first-person perspective that is still used today in games like Legend of Grimrock, it featured challenging enemies pulled right the pages of D&D. If you're into these games, Eye of the Beholder still holds up today.

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