10 Classic PC Video Games That Have Only Improved With Age
10. Baldur's Gate
Gate achieved almost universal acclaim upon its release, often credited with
rejuvenating the entire RPG genre.
The game – an isometric, real-time strategy
game, published by Interplay Entertainment – was praised for its impeccable
design, character customisation options, combat system, reputation mechanics,
and overall story. In fact, it was praised for pretty much everything,
receiving very little negative criticism whatsoever.
Gate spawned several sequels, as well as numerous remakes. Currently, Bioware
are planning a possible third instalment in the series, considering the game
something of a passion project for the company, as well as a long-term
To date, the game is played in abundance – and despite some outdated
visuals – completely holds up, which makes sense considering the central appeal
of the game is its narrative, which never grows old.