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Upcoming RPGs (Role-Playing Games), video games or computer games are getting smarter by having great AI (Artificial Intelligence) software for enemies and story line. Aside from stunning graphics and sounds, imagine computer games are becoming unpredictable and more realistic as the story is going. Virtual enemies or allies are changing tactics depending on how players reacts in several situations. Games are usually scripted but these games makes a great experience and challenge for video games fanatics.

Here are some of the much awaited action role-playing games that are currently under development and / or about to released on the playing video games followers:

  1. Fallout 3 – An action packed futuristic RPG which is currently developing by Bethesda Game Studios. It is expected to be released on October 2008. Game Platform: PC (Windows), Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. Official website: http://fallout.bethsoft.com/. Possibly rated as Rated M because of its violence and depravity.
  2. Project Origin – The sequel of the game F.E.A.R. (First Encounter Assault Recon) from Monolith Production. It is a survival horror game that revolves around a fictional special force and the powerful psychic child named “Alma”. Released date will be this Fall of 2008. Game Platform: PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Official website: http://www.projectorigin.warnerbros.com .
  3. Borderlands – A science fiction RPG from Gearbox Software. It will be released by 2009. Official website: http://www.borderlandsthegame.com. Game Platform: PC, Xbox 360 and PS3
  4. Fable 2 – An upcoming role playing video game being developed by Lionhead Studios. Exclusively available on Xbox 360 only and exptected to be available on October 2008.
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Bailey@Dave Knowles
14 years ago

I`m currently building a budget gaming pc so i can play some of those more demanding games out there, and i have a squidoo lens tracking my progress, my budget is under £400 but i think i have the best system for the money i can get. 🙂