Dragon's Dogma, but go Sorcerer, simple Mage is boring :p --- "The rantings of an upjumped zealot make for tedious listening. But heed his lesson well, Arisen, for when the weak court death, they find it."
#42R_ChampPosted 3/30/2013 1:26:00 PM
I usually like playing as a mage in Tales games, especially Abyss with its FoF system.
Of course, certain mages are spectacularly broken: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs93c9KavvU
Yeah! The FoF system made being a mage awesome in that game.
#43velvet_hammerPosted 3/30/2013 1:28:10 PM
forgot my answer, was laughing to much..
Dragons Dogma, Or TW2.. TW2 maybe better mage but overall a lesser game.. Still liked it unlike many --- "My style is welfare, half of you b****** is on it!! Was born with a halo, when broke, I had to pawn it" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olVPXpGohII
#44LeftWid3OpenPosted 3/30/2013 1:29:55 PM
Dragons Dogma has some really awesome looking spells.
#45BahamutZEROPosted 3/30/2013 1:32:09 PM
Oblivion counts for this because of the spell crafting. Otherwise I have to agree with Two Worlds II. I haven't played much of the others so I wouldn't know otherwise. --- http://i224.photobucket.com/albums/dd150/UltimaInferno/BZ.jpg
Everyone knows Dragons Dogma was made by Capcoms former DMC team right? Was their first attempt, very solid especially the gameplay.. As expected.. The expansion coming in a few weeks is going to be how the game should have been.. Kind of like how dmc3:SE was so freaking awesome and tweaked... Get Dark Arisen when it comes out.. Whats been showed looks like dragons dogma 2.0 --- "My style is welfare, half of you b****** is on it!! Was born with a halo, when broke, I had to pawn it" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=olVPXpGohII
#47ChrisZewskiPosted 3/30/2013 1:36:26 PM
From: 656stooge | #002
Two Worlds 2 hands down.
Came in to say this.
#48kungfuj0Posted 3/30/2013 2:43:22 PM
I'll vote DA2 here....probalby one of the better things about that game. Mages always feel kinda weak to me, which I guess physically, they usually are, but in that game, I felt more physically empowered when I played as a mage. The spells and stuff were cool, and it was also cool to be able to whack an enemy on his head with your staff if he got too close!
Also, and I dunno if this will count here, but I'll put in a nod for adepts in Mass Effect 3. Granted, they are different than regular mages who can create lightning storms and whatnot, but still....blosplosions! --- Alabama Crimson Tide: Now serving title #15.. ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!
#49liquidblue4Posted 3/30/2013 3:27:34 PM
Did anyone say Two Worlds 2 yet? --- GT: Liquidbiue4 PSN: Liquidblue4