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Fallout 2 Alternatives for Nintendo Switch

#1 Wasteland 2

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Placed in a post-apocalyptic world and planning to capture the same crowd as the original Fallout adventures are the main goals in Wasteland 2. Wasteland 2 is developed by inXile entertainment. Using a countless number of potential customization and also enough content to ensure multiple playthroughs will take different paths.

Set Fifteen years following the primary Wasteland, the game is about in the same gloomy post-atomic holocaust game world. There are several survivors spread out across this landscape, having a mixture of friends, enemies, and neutral characters to deal with, talk, and fight against as you resolve the critical storyline and discover lots of side missions as well.

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#2 Baldurs Gate Enhanced Edition

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Baldurs Gate Enhanced Edition is a Remake of an Action-Adventure, Role-playing video game of Baldurs Gate created by Overhaul Games and published by Atari. It follows the basic rules of the Second Edition Advanced of Dungeons & Dragon. Both Single and Multiplayer modes are available, and it deals with exploration, the paper doll equipment system, and inventory management.

The brand new Enhanced Edition comes with lots of exciting features such as Beamdog state which are the Overhaul teams had added various improvements to the main title. It also introduces a new stand-alone arena adventure, in which the player can battle with more powerful opponents.

#3 Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 – Definitive Edition is an Adventure-based, Role-playing, Single, and Multiplayer video game created and published by Larian Studios. The story of the game sets in the centuries after its first title Divinity: Original Sin in a time of battle and religious persecution. Bishop Alexander, the innocent, declares all Sourcerers as criminals; therefore, a team of more than four Sourceres embarks on an adventure to defeat him. Like the first game (Divinity: Original Sin), the player can play alone with only one character in his party.

The player has the choice to choose his character’s state, race, and origin story at the beginning of the game. After creating a character, the game allows the player to manipulate different environments to interact with other online players with dialogues and quests. It offers an improved skill crafting system that allows the player to mix and change his skills.

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