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About 3 years I have gone thru the 4th, 5th and 6th of this one:

I would play a remake anytime. The 4th episode was the hardest, 5th the easiest with the latest right in the middle.

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Elder Scrolls   Daggerfall

This along with Morrowind. Skywind is a step in the right direction...but if Bethesda did it it would rawk my sawks.

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I'd definitely pick Medal of Honor Allied Assault. One of my all time favorite FPS's. Don't change a single mechanic about the game, just the graphics. Plus that first mission during D-day would be intense with today's visual capabilities.

 

Was that the very first one? If so I loved that game, reminded me of Saving Private Ryan :)

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MOH:AA was the first pc one. it was on PS1 before that. I played the PC version all the time. I knew a guy across the street that had a 8player server and me and few others would play it for hours every day.

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The Elder Scrolls III - Morrowind

Isn't there a "skyrim" mod for that?

So your wish can become reality soon :P

It's getting there slowly but surely but once it's done it'll be a few years out of date haha

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Knights of the Old Republic or Neverwinter Nights. Two old-school RPGs that would be amazing with modern-day tech. And no, The Old Republic and Neverwinter MMOs do not count.

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Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 (don't consider the Enhanced Editions to be them, since those are still the same engine), Icewind Dale, Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 1 and 2, SimCity 2K/3K, Descent, Jazz Jackrabbit, and like others have said, Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2.

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