closed: to mantain such thing
one sholuld play games more often than I do.
(And the good immersion is a such rare thing today...)
I. Robinson's Requiem (3d adventure/survival quest powered with BODY SIMULATOR - The only I seen in all my gamer's life!) 1994, Silmarils. Unfortunately, it is not playable today (partially because it cannot run in Windows DOS box), and has only one quite poor sequel, Deus (1996, Silmarils)
II. TES II: Daggerfall - an excellent world to live in. Despite any bugs.
II. Fallout, 1/a> (RPG, BlackIsle/Interplay) - Despite non-realistic model of damage and brain-dead AI, it gives a FREEDOM!.. You decide what to do on your own, not the scenario writer. Plus no stupid "classes" as in other RPGs...And did you seen any other RPG which you can go from beginning to finale being not made even single shot and not killed even single creature?.. Or you seen any other RPG where you can pass first half of game as slut, and in second turn to merciless sniper?...
III. Riven (Myst II)
I. Ranma Ѕ Akaneko-dan teki Hihou (SEGA/SuperNintendo). Guess, why I like this jRPG?... Riiiight, it's Ranma and his fiend's adventures.
II. Ranma Ѕ Chougi Rambuhen (SEGA/SuperNintendo) Guess, why I like this platform fighting?.. Riiiight, because its characters are the Ranma gang.
III. Anachronox - excellent adventure (even despite the obsolete 3d-graphics, and the Quake2 engine)
IV. Arcanum: of steamworks and magic obscura. Very similar to Fallout in its spirit.
V. Interstate 76
VI. X-COM: UFO defense - for excellent design and gameplay
VIII. Unreal - the great ambience