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Also baldurs gate to summarize it, you start off as a traveller and then just walk around in the woods killing goblins until you eventually get to a cave, there you kill goblins and then you get out. Then you kill goblins, then you find a town i think and then you kill goblins. Then you get to the next town (baldurs gate) and here you get to choose kill goblins, kill goblins, kill goblins or infiltrate a spooky house or two. After that you gotta kill more goblins, then you find some people. Then you kill goblins again (kinda repetive) and at the end you kill elementals and many other variations of creatures, however the entire start is about killing goblins, then you gotta kill zombies. Then you kill goblins and orcs, then you kill wolves and eventually you find some armored men that are evil.
Not how I remember it.
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First off mass effect got one of the best storylines out there, the fighting is awesome....
Mass Effect trilogy is a really impressive game,

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Also baldurs gate to summarize it, you start off as a traveller and then just walk around in the woods killing goblins until you eventually get to a cave, there you kill goblins and then you get out. Then you kill goblins, then you find a town i think and then you kill goblins. Then you get to the next town (baldurs gate) and here you get to choose kill goblins, kill goblins, kill goblins or infiltrate a spooky house or two. After that you gotta kill more goblins, then you find some people. Then you kill goblins again (kinda repetive) and at the end you kill elementals and many other variations of creatures, however the entire start is about killing goblins, then you gotta kill zombies. Then you kill goblins and orcs, then you kill wolves and eventually you find some armored men that are evil.
I think you are confusing Baldures Gate with Nox or Diablo.

Oooo, Balldures Gate was almost the best RPG ever plus there are characters in-game who you can find in Wizards of the Coast books to. When played Neverwinter, all over the game was thinking of good moments from BG and BG2.

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I think you are confusing Baldures Gate with Nox or Diablo.

Oooo, Balldures Gate was almost the best RPG ever plus there are characters in-game who you can find in Wizards of the Coast books to. When played Neverwinter, all over the game was thinking of good moments from BG and BG2.
well to be honest i loved the game, and it was great when you finally got rid of the goblin part There are too many goblins there, i liked the variety once you got past all that
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