‘Dragon Age’ is a very well made fantasy RPG that has managed to influence a lot of gamers worldwide to pick up their staves and unite in action. It is considered to be one of the best RPGs that you can play on modern consoles with over 3 main titles for PS, PC and Xbox. Due to the popularity of Dragon Age, a lot of games have implemented a more in-depth character customization mechanic in order to remain more relevant. However, ‘Dragon Age’ is not the only series that manages to put players at the helm of the action. There are several other games that have fantastic worlds to explore, powerful characters to master and mind-bending spells to be unleashed. So gather your staves and follow us as we delve into the world of Fantasy RPGs. Here is the list of video games similar to Dragon Age that are our recommendations. You can play these games like Dragon Age on PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PC, iPhone, Android, mac or even online.
6. Dark Souls III (2016)
‘Dark Souls III’ is the third major instalment in the ‘Souls’ series of games, a hardcore unforgiving action role playing experience developed by FromSoftware and published by Bandai Namco in the year 2016 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Microsoft Windows PC devices. It also happens to be one of the most commercially successful titles of the year with over two million copies of the game being shipped worldwide in the first two months alone. It is considered to be a fitting end to an epic trilogy, cementing its position in the video gaming industry forever.
Although the game is visually stunning on modern devices and contains all the role playing options you can hope for, the combat mechanics is where it really shines. It is one of the most fluid combat systems in all of video gaming history, with the characters moving precisely as you want them to. This does not make the gameplay any easier though, as it is considered by many to be one of the toughest games of all time. The bosses at every step have unique mechanics that you really need to get a feel for instead of clobbering away like a hack and slash title. You have to understand their strengths and weaknesses and then use that against them in order to take them out.
While in most other games, you are there dodging attacks till one moment when you move in and slash the hell out of the monster, in ‘Dark Souls III’, you are required to use precision and judgment. It’s like an act of deceit that you play and we very much love this aspect of the gameplay. However, it can get quite frustrating at times and with no active autosave slot available, you need to go back to your last saved checkpoint and start all over again. We definitely recommend this one to you if you like stuff like ‘Dragon Age’ but are looking for a bit more hardcore experience.
5. Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition (2012)