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Any game like WOW, but offline?

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I tell you I'm looking for a good rpg that resembles WOW gameplay, classes, skills, items, etc. But you play offline, taking quests, a world wide, making dungeons, there is freedom, bosses and has a compelling story, and so on.
2 years ago and played wow, mostly for fun, not competition nor was it a foul or 4 hours I spent glued, entetenía me no more, I killed the dead times and I liked it.
The thing is that not long ago played a role play, and the home of a friend tried the demo of Dragon Age 2, and immediately I could not help but compare and said this is like WOW but offline. GREAT, I said.
He had previously tried the Dragon Age 1, but it charged me that you are not a single player and focus 100% on you and have to go around worrying about your party or co-managed by the CPU, where derrepente did not do what you asked them, too having to take care of putting skills, buy equipment, do not kill them, etc.etc. in short everything that is multiplied by 4. I ended up getting sick.
This week I installed Oblivion, which was less what he wanted, a game that while the world go by yourself, you have classes, items, etc etc, I found great shortcoming and hopefully, if there is a game that I seek not have:
It is very slow, missions do not fight you do almost anything, the combat system is a mess, pause every few minutes to fill spells or items, leveleo curve as you come across enemies is not consistent with the level in you make you destroy and the combat is too random, as against 2 NPC there is nothing to do.
Every time a new opportunity gave him was not more than 20 minutes, until the game came with tab and was reading reviews of because they were the best game of the genre, and I said, we are on the 8th and opportunity, and until I uninstalled .
The other thing I forgot to mention and I did not like was that my character wanted to do a murderer, (what rogue in wow) but I found it very similar goal class, except for the secrecy that is very weak, and if are you there is nothing to do certain death, the enemies chasing you for life.
Apparently you can not use two weapons, swords etc. are not going. The murderer in Oblivion have to use a shield if you? Guides I looked very poor in relation to school and there was always the same in Spanish that is copied in different places, and there is nothing to something like "the warrior's guide", "the murderer's Guide")
With apologies to fans fomísimo I found a story enrredadísima, zero attractive, as if it is the Warcraft world, great information and history texts that give dreams, as if they believe that is as attractive as Tolkien or the world of Azaroth (I doubt anyone plays it all the texts being read and soak in the history) Dragon Age That was interesting, but I had enough I said before the game system.
So here I say this not to recommend something like the above. Is there a game like I want? (May be old does not matter)
greetings!


asked 2 years ago in PC Games by Gtker (260 points)

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fbuttem wrote:
answered 2 years ago by capveg (240 points)
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I read everything and good, the only thing I can say about Oblivion is that you can adjust the difficulty, if you find it too complicated, lower it and go.
About the rest, well, if you do not like the game because you do not like ...
answered 2 years ago by e100 (100 points)
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I read somewhere that Oblivion with mods that change the gameplay and leveleo system is a completely different game, how true is that? removing what is clearly fanboy
answered 2 years ago by jordan002 (320 points)
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Win only? is brutal, is Oblivion V2.
answered 2 years ago by borrible (140 points)
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The modded oblivion is unrecognizable.
I've been playing WoW a while and I tell you one thing, you take away the WoW online and it sucks, go, go and kill 12 wolves? where's the fun in that? test the Gothic II, is old but is a great game. In rolero Favorites.
answered 2 years ago by Kec (100 points)
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the sacred 1 and 2 (I like more the 1) are somewhat similar.
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answered 2 years ago by James Arthur (280 points)
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I read somewhere that Oblivion with mods that change the gameplay and leveleo system is a completely different game, how true is that? removing what is clearly fanboy
answered 2 years ago by BB987 (240 points)
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I played 2 weeks ago and it's Malillo in my opinion, to put it at 1 drop of a donkey so I imagine not me
answered 2 years ago by Dave Siegel (100 points)
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I like WoW player, I would say that a game similar to the offline but there is not and I'll tell you that
I've tested and played very many RPGs pc and the first thing I see is many are not gentle in handling the pj's are rude or not will react as fast as you get used to Wow
tend to be messy interface or as some would say hardcore, you could put the Oblivion example in my opinion is bad and messy to a fault
then Bioware games are focusing a lot in the dialogue but left out the exploration, so you have a game pasillero
You can try the Gothic, except the last one is very consolero and Drakensang and something different the Divinity II, but all you'll feel small world if you want something bigger than Oblivion because I do not like me much
If the interface would have Oblivion Dragon Age, the quests of Divinity might remove the offline play Monkey Wow
answered 2 years ago by Len Hulley (100 points)
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IF you do not like you have the previous Oblivion, TES: Morrowind that I liked much more ... If they do not expect a quick game you go to throw like crazy, no self-leveling of enemies so you venture the more you'll bicharraco worse. To me it was a game I loved but if you're so bored with the Oblivion and you want to go around crushing bugs left and right 80 times weaker than you perhaps not your saga. You can also try Gothic 3 the style but it is no more fighting and maintaining a huge map with lots of charm, a great game with all the letters for my taste. Take a look at that and I said we already have.
answered 2 years ago by Marat_Galiev (100 points)
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Try the Two Worlds
answered 2 years ago by bj pearce (100 points)
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answered 2 years ago by jnic (300 points)
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Try the Two Worlds
answered 2 years ago by Josei (100 points)
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answered 2 years ago by CraPo (260 points)
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The modded oblivion is unrecognizable.
I've been playing WoW a while and I tell you one thing, you take away the WoW online and it sucks, go, go and kill 12 wolves? where's the fun in that? test the Gothic II, is old but is a great game. In rolero Favorites.
answered 2 years ago by Drink86 (140 points)
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Oblivion's interface is just dominating in the tutorial without having ever played, because it is simple as one, the only "bad" can be assigned a key to a spell. What happens is that the WoW interface is for amputees
answered 2 years ago by Jason Nichols (140 points)
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tend to be messy interface or as some would say hardcore, you could put the Oblivion example in my opinion is bad and messy to a fault
answered 2 years ago by blue.tuxedo (100 points)
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Actually, you're looking for something like Diablo but something more complex.
answered 2 years ago by chirag shah (220 points)
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answered 2 years ago by Christer Nordvik (100 points)
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Oblivion's interface is just dominating in the tutorial without having ever played, because it is simple as one, the only "bad" can be assigned a key to a spell. What happens is that the WoW interface is for amputees
answered 2 years ago by egervari (320 points)
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tend to be messy interface or as some would say hardcore, you could put the Oblivion example in my opinion is bad and messy to a fault
answered 2 years ago by Krishna Chytanya (100 points)
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In an offline game of ROL (like the world as "open" WoW that you are getting offline) leveleo system WoW does not stick or glue. You leave the main features in the hands of the computer and what you want a programmer and do not give any freedom to the user. It may well do not look for X or Y, but when you love an RPG, you'll quickly see how you let go strength, dexterity or charisma rather than intelligence.
The system of items you'll find in any game, because it is better to take a piece that you are wearing and the class system may be better in cases like Oblivion, where you can be whatever you want.
The closest thing to what you want would be Oblivion with mods, well, would be a thousand times better than what you want, but you have to spend a little time to find mods that best suit what you want, because if you WoW you take away the online game is a sin for either side. Like the future still more suited Skyrim.
answered 2 years ago by erwin yudha (320 points)
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WOW I like the leveleo system, items, skills and classes, the rest obviously has to be oriented offline. Something I'm looking for rescue those aspects.
answered 2 years ago by Bill the Lizard&lt;/ (100 points)
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Something like WoW offline? Forget it. And 4 hours playing a MMORPG (or any game) not be a vice.
answered 2 years ago by cbh (100 points)
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WOW I like the leveleo system, items, skills and classes, the rest obviously has to be oriented offline. Something I'm looking for rescue those aspects.
answered 2 years ago by Ankit Jain (100 points)
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answered 2 years ago by Hemang (100 points)
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answered 2 years ago by jonfm (100 points)
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The modded oblivion is unrecognizable.
I've been playing WoW a while and I tell you one thing, you take away the WoW online and it sucks, go, go and kill 12 wolves? where's the fun in that? test the Gothic II, is old but is a great game. In rolero Favorites.
answered 2 years ago by Eineki (140 points)
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I will be maimed, I'm not going to discuss but I like that each key is assigned to one thing and the Oblivion and Fallout liarme apart from their menus I see poor, but as they say is a matter of taste
Whether the WoW is for the maimed, would say that is simple and it is best that is customizable to everyone's taste, perhaps you imagine your boss tanking an interface with Oblivion? worse than a toothache
answered 2 years ago by benphane (140 points)

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