10 Best PC RPGs From The Last 10 Years!

10 Best PC RPGs From The Last 10 Years!

The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings

A dark, mature, hack n slash goodness! Witcher 2 outshines its predecessor greatly with game-changing choices, most of which truly question your morality. very good overall grim tone. great replay value. and awesome combat experience. The only problem we have with the game is its very unsatisfying conclusion.

Divinity: Original Sin

The most rewarding RPG game we’ve played so far. It pushes you to plan your moves and make full use of the environment, something that modern RPGs lack. The game is very deep some features are complex… maybe too complex. and sadly, the inventory and crafting system is quite a hassle to deal with.

Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor

An open-world RPG that captures the Tolkiens fantasy world and incorporating in it elements that would make it the best Lord of the Rings video game! Impressive boss fights with an outstanding soundtrack and good, yet annoying dialogues. Plus, with its Nemesis System, battles are never the same the second time around.

Dust: An Elysian Tail

A very under-rated game, that you can hardly believe to be made by one man! This side-scrolling action RPG is a gem of its own, with mesmerizing art and background fluid combat animations tons of hidden collectibles, and lots and lots of content aside from its main storyline.

To The Moon

This is a role-playing adventure that relies on an emotional story to keep you engaged. And it does so effectively. Its visuals look like old-school Japanese RPGs, which we, personally love. The narrative, music, and puzzles all work together to strengthen the story. And it’s one of the few games that made me laugh and cry a lot.

Fallout: New Vegas

This is a follow-up to the hit Fallout 3 released in 2008. An open-world action RPG set in the US after a nuclear holocaust. You will spend hours and hours completing side quests, exploring its vast wasteland, and re-playing it. And it has more of everything! Character customizations, weapons, gears, mutated creatures, factions, and things to do!

South Park: The Stick of Truth

A game that perfectly nails the humor from the series and incorporates it well into a solid RPG game. Punch lines are hilarious and although the gameplay may not be for hardcore RPG fans, as a kid growing up watching the show, the experience itself will make you want to play it.

Mass Effect 2

Everything that made the original game awesome plus dozens of improvements from graphics to weapon upgrades but what we think the best aspects of Mass Effect 2 are… Each planet now feels and looks different. The characters are interesting, with impressive dialogue and voice acting. They’ll grow on you, especially after loyalty missions. And a far more polished level design and gunplay!


Its a one-of-a-kind game that presents a new take on RPG narratives. Your every move is narrated…from picking a hammer to killing a boss. You will play it again…and again, like we did. Beautiful art direction, from its colorful environment to character design & animation. It offers a lot of weapon choices and unlockables. And what an amazing voice-over!

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

This game set the high bar for open-world roleplaying games. A big world to explore with hidden dungeons, ferocious creatures, and warring factions. Interesting lores and side-quests that you can pick up any time. Skill and combat systems that offer endless possibilities. And, most important of all, a strong modding community that continues to improve the game!