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The best first-person party-based RPGs according to you

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Party-based role-playing games with a first person perspective became popular after the release of Dungeon Master in 1989. Before Dungeon Master only a handful RPGs used first-person as a point of view, the Bard's Tale and Wizardry series among others.

Dungeon Master managed to create a very neat user interface without sacrificing the gameplay and the overall gaming experience.

After that, it was only a matter of time before other developers decided to create mor of the same RPGs. Some of the most popular first person perspective series are: Eye of the Beholder, the Wizardry series, Might and Magic.

These are some of the best first-person perspective party-based RPGs according to AbandonwareDOS fans:


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