Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen is underappreciated.

Dragon’s Dogma was released in 2012, and it’s one of the most underappreciated Role-playing games ever. The version Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen is the complete game ALONG WITH the great DLC named Dark Arisen. It was developed by Capcom. Combat is the main focus of gameplay. You have a lot of weapons and armour sets to choose from. Dragon’s Dogma has the best character creator I’ve seen in a game. Your character’s height, weight, muscularity, and gender completely change how the game world reacts to you, and how you progress through your quest to slay a dragon. For example, a big, muscular character can fight like a tank without flinching to enemy attacks too much, but they will be less swift. A small character can fight and move fast, but they are less tough and can carry less stuff than a big character. This is a Class-based RPG.
You also have a band of assistants called “Pawns”. The way they progress through the game along with you, the hero, is amazing. But they can be annoying at times. :laughing:
The story was good too. Sure, it’s nothing like The Witcher 3 or Fallout New Vegas. But it was very interesting, nonetheless.
The gameplay is kind of similar to that of Elden Ring, the recently released masterpiece by FromSoftware.
If you’d like to buy it, it’s discounted on GreenManGaming (about $8): Green Man Gaming

Dragons Dogma is legitimately one of my favorite games of all time. It’s also one of the only games I have 100%. I don’t think there are a lot of games that would be considered a cult classic. Most of the time, either people love it or hate it, or simply forget about it. However, DD (Dragons Dogma) is so strange yet great. I know some people will be put-off by its odd story and game design, (it reminds me a lot of dark souls) but I feel like that is part of the game’s charm.

Fun Fact: Did you know that DD like Dark Souls has references to Berserk. In DD you could get Guts and Griffiths armor, however, that was later taken out. I can’t remember why though. They then modified the armor enough to no longer be a reference and instead just some basic in-game equips.