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Wizardry GamesEdit

The Wizardry series has spanned many consoles and computer platforms - it may be the most varied game ever created in terms of how it is spread across platforms. Since 1981 over two dozen games in the series have been released, most recently for the Playstation 2.

What is remarkable about the Wizardry series is that you have real choices. As in any other console or PC based RPG, there is an objective that has to be fulfilled with what is accessible in-game. You can't decide to ditch the dungeon and troll the local tavern for lusty barmaids, but you can do something pretty incredible. In almost all of the Wizardry games you can decide to kill every single NPC, grind like crazy, and brute force your way straight to the end of the game. In Wizardry V in particular, you can skip floor 4 ENTIRELY and almost all of floor 5.

PC GamesEdit

Most of the Wizardry series to date has been released as computer games. This includes the following games:

Spin-offs Edit

  • Wizardry Nemesis (Microsoft Windows, Sega Saturn, 1996)
  • Wizardry: Llylgamyn Saga (Microsoft Windows, PlayStation, Sega Saturn, 2000)
  • Wizardry: New Age of Llylgamyn (PlayStation, 2000)
  • Wizardry: Dimguil (PlayStation, 2000)
  • Wizardy Empire II: Fukkatsu no Tsue (PlayStation, Game Boy Color, 2002)
  • Wizardry Empire III (PlayStation 2, 2003)
  • Wizardry Chronicle (Microsoft Windows)
  • Wizardry Summoner (Game Boy Advance, 2001) published by Natsume (Never Released)
  • Busin 0: Wizardry Alternative Neo (PlayStation 2)
  • Wizardry Traditional (Cell phone)
  • Wizardry Traditional 2 (Cell phone)
  • Wizardry Xth Academy of Frontier (PlayStation 2, 2005)
  • Wizardry Asterisk: Hiiro no Fuuin (Nintendo DS, 2005)
  • Wizardry Gaiden: Prisoners of the Battles (PlayStation 2, 2005)
  • Wizardry Summoner (PlayStation 2, 2005)
  • Wizardry Xth2 UNLIMITED STUDENT (PlayStation 2, 2006)
  • Wizardry Empire III: Haoh no Keifu (PSP, 2007)
  • Wizardry: Wedge of Life (Nintendo DS, TBA)

External Links Edit

Wizardry: The Dungeon of Captured Souls on www.rpgamer.com

Wizardry: The Wedge of Life on www.rpgamer.com

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