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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by How dare you View Post
    Ok so

    - fuck story and music
    - only gameplay matters
    - gameplay like wow, but singleplayer and no isometric or Diablo type game

    Hmm so what is the gameplay of WoW? If you leave out the multplayer part, I guess 3D action RPG is the best way to describe it. So maybe Skyrim?
    Roflmao, skyrim’s gameplay is nothing like WoW’s.
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  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by StillMcfuu View Post
    Dragon's Dogma

    I know you said no Isometric, but...

    D1 and D2
    Titan Quest
    Neverwinter Nights
    Grimdawn

    These are all your best bets. Especially games like TQ or Neverwinter which are more 1 mob at a time fighting.
    Neverwinter is a good bet. and is on GOG RN. 2 is also good, but the party cannot split off, if you ever have a friend play with you.

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    Only thing coming to mind is CRPG's like Neverwinter and Baldur's Gate.
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  4. #24
    FFXII has the shitty MMO style gameplay you're looking for. It's not much of a challenge though, nor is any game doing this going to be. The challenge in WoW is gearing a raid team with weekly lockouts and then also getting them all on the same page to work as a team and defeat a raid boss. The "challenge" of WoW literally can't exist in a single player game.

    How long do you think a world first race would last in WoW without weekly loot lockouts and having full control of the encounter in a single players hands? It would last hours, not days lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solarflash View Post
    Title

    Are there any games with a similar to wow and single player?
    They also have to be super challenging.
    I don't care about story/music/or anything else besides gameplay.

    no isometric games or diablo type games.
    Dragon Age Inquisition (the third one) was sort of single-player-mmo-like. It had open worldish kind of zones and action bar combat.
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    DmC: DMC
    Darksiders
    DA:I
    Witcher
    TES

    They're all singleplayer-rpg, free camera 3rd person POV, tons of options and button-combinations to press along with difficulty sliders. Easy to get into and difficult to master, immersive stories and pumping gameplay difficult to let go of with great music-scores to go with.
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  7. #27
    Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale I'm pretty sure are isometric, so go with my third favorite game of all time: Neverwinter Nights. It's amazing, it's exactly what you want (I think). It has several expansions and a (not quite as good story) sequel.

    There's even a remastered edition with a TON of extra content (all xpacs plus a bunch of new stories) on Steam, though it's a teensy bit pricey. It's also based on the tabletop Dungeons and Dragons, if you ever find yourself interested in that.
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    Risen
    NWN 2
    Dragon Age

    Are the most similar titles I can think of

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    The game you describe does not exist OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solarflash View Post
    Title

    Are there any games with a similar to wow and single player?
    They also have to be super challenging.
    I don't care about story/music/or anything else besides gameplay.

    no isometric games or diablo type games.
    Download a wow (the Version you want) private server

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nefarious Tea View Post
    Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale I'm pretty sure are isometric, so go with my third favorite game of all time: Neverwinter Nights. It's amazing, it's exactly what you want (I think). It has several expansions and a (not quite as good story) sequel.

    There's even a remastered edition with a TON of extra content (all xpacs plus a bunch of new stories) on Steam, though it's a teensy bit pricey. It's also based on the tabletop Dungeons and Dragons, if you ever find yourself interested in that.
    NWN:EE really has an insane amount of content and people are constantly making new mods for it. It is ugly as hell though
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  12. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by Tiwack View Post
    DmC: DMC.

    Devil May Cry is the furthest from wow you could get...


    But....to answer

    Mass Effect series
    Knights of the Old Republic 1 and 2
    Jade Empire
    Hell most things from Bioware
    Vampire the Masqurade

    Unless your looking for the wow astetic then....eh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Solarflash View Post
    Yea I was looking into that game
    Might be more difficult than you think it may be. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was the ONLY game that 38 Studios released before they filed bankruptcy in 2012. It was released for Windows, PS3, and 360.

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    If want a single player mmorpg go for swtor
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    Have you tried shadow of mordor and its sequal, shadow of war? Its a fantasy setting, with (imo) buttery smooth gameplay. It’s not tabtargetting, but it is cooldown/proc based combat with just a few buttons.

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    You can also try the game Outward

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daedius View Post
    Kingdoms of Amalur
    Is literally the easiest game I have ever played

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiwack View Post
    DmC: DMC
    Darksiders
    DA:I
    Witcher
    TES

    They're all singleplayer-rpg, free camera 3rd person POV, tons of options and button-combinations to press along with difficulty sliders. Easy to get into and difficult to master, immersive stories and pumping gameplay difficult to let go of with great music-scores to go with.
    In what world is devil may cry an rpg...

  18. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by gaymer77 View Post
    Might be more difficult than you think it may be. Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning was the ONLY game that 38 Studios released before they filed bankruptcy in 2012. It was released for Windows, PS3, and 360.

    https://store.steampowered.com/app/1...lur_Reckoning/



    Not that hard

  19. #39
    The Drakensang games might be an option as well
    https://store.steampowered.com/app/12640/Drakensang/
    a bit on the old side but still great games.

  20. #40
    Wasn't Sword Art Online game basically you playing an MMO but solo?
    You can control characters but also give them roles and what not...
    I really liked the idea of it, but the game was buggy as hell.

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