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After having banned the influence of the gods in Myrtana, the nameless hero and Xardas have left this world in order to prevail the balance of power. In their exile located somewhere between space and time, they watch the actions of the mortal beings.
Release Date: Mar 22, 2011
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Buy Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods Enhanced Edition

$9.99

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Buy Arcania + Gothic Pack

Includes 6 items: Gothic® 3, Gothic II: Gold Edition, ArcaniA, Gothic 1, Gothic 3: Forsaken Gods Enhanced Edition, ArcaniA: Fall of Setarrif

About the Game

After having banned the influence of the gods in Myrtana, the nameless hero and Xardas have left this world in order to prevail the balance of power. In their exile located somewhere between space and time, they watch the actions of the mortal beings. As they discover a growing of the differences between orcs and humans again, they start to accuse each other and finally even a fight between the companions breaks loose. The nameless hero leaves the secret realm and wakes up in Myrtana, where he tries to unite Myrtana once for good - in a new empire for both orcs and human.

Gothic 3 - Forsaken Gods Enhanced Edition includes new quests, new monsters and many of the old friends who gamers around the world got to know before. This standalone add-on will answer all the questions which have risen in the past and will slowly introduce the fans to a new chapter...

Key Features:

  • Huge lively environment which reacts to the player’s actions, creating a very intense and realistic atmosphere
  • Improved graphics quality thanks to updated engine technology
  • Many intense hours of gameplay
  • Improved combat system with new moves
  • Plenty of new weapons, armors, monsters and quests

Enhanced Edition Features:

  • Completely revised gameplay & combat system
  • Major graphic & sound improvements for even greater atmosphere
  • Numerous upgrades, additions and little extras

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel or AMD Single-Core (2.5 GHz)
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM (1.5 GB with Windows Vista/7)
    • Hard Disk Space: 4 GB free disk space
    • Video Card: ATI X1900 or nVidia 7900 with 256MB RAM
    • DirectX®: 9.0c or higher
    • Additional: Mouse, keyboard
Helpful customer reviews
30 of 46 people (65%) found this review helpful
125 products in account
23 reviews
12.1 hrs on record
Honestly, I don't know how this game is not talked about more. I would put this in the RPG genre, but its like something more interesting because its like the base/basic feel of our modern RPG's only grandfathered and skill toned in a way that suprised me to play for as long as I did. ALSO if you do play save often, those damn lizards in the tunnels kept making me load back to the forest area, ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s. I would not recommend it, exept for the fact it has a unique and similar feel towards my favorite title genres (Skyrim, Final Fantasy). You play as this one guy however, so don't be suprised. Good game. Worth it if you get for like $5 on steam.
Posted: November 26th, 2013
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13 of 17 people (76%) found this review helpful
68 products in account
2 reviews
33.7 hrs on record
This game feels like it was made as a total conversion modification for the original Gothic 3, like Nehrim was for Oblivion. It uses all the assets of the original to do something new - in this case to continue the story after Gothic 3 ended. To me it shows all the characteristics of user made content. All, except the love for the original game. The world feels empty, the hero is an arrogant b***h (though somewhat understandably given the story) and you are limited by basically nothing.
I am not sure if I should rate it down or stay neutral....
Posted: January 12th, 2014
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20 of 32 people (63%) found this review helpful
158 products in account
36 reviews
28.7 hrs on record
This game is fun if you like to be immersed in rpgs and can deal with immersion breaking bugs. It has everything you would see in a good rpg. The bugs can be pretty bad though, like you can skip entirely to the end of the game without completing the story line and you can do it on accident, which is what lead me to quit playing as once i did this i couldnt go back and finish the story line. I like how it is open world, full loot, and open dialouge even though the choices made doesnt affect much. Overall it is a good game and should atlest be checked out but beware, the gamebreaking bugs and flaws may turn some gamers away. This is definitely for only the hardest of hardcore rpg gamers.

6/10
Posted: December 9th, 2013
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9 of 15 people (60%) found this review helpful
156 products in account
2 reviews
5.8 hrs on record
I will say up front that I really wanted to like this game. I played Gothic 2 and, though I found the game difficult, ended up enjoying it greatly. I anticipated Gothic 3 would be another open-world fantasy game with better graphics that would, like the prior game, rise above its flaws. I was mistaken in my anticipation. Unlike Gothic 2, which was greater than the sum of its parts, Gothic 3 is merely the sum of its parts, some good, many flawed.

The graphics are nice, but the animation is bizarre. The game writing and voice work is poor, resulting in real problems with immersion. The game doesn't telegraph well what you are supposed to be doing and how to interact with the world and the various items you'll pick up. These are all forgivable and leftovers from the previous game. Worst of all, however, is the combat mechanic. Gothic 2 was a little wonky in combat, but it all worked out. Gothic 3 does not work out. Combat is how you advance your character and interact with the world, and it is the most distancing and alienating part of the game.

Also, I didn't read well enough and picked up both Gothic 3 AND the Forsaken Gods Enhanced Edition. That was pointless. They're both pretty much the same game, with the latter being slightly upgraded. Thank goodness for massive sales. I would otherwise have been pretty angry.

If you like open-world fantasy games and have run out of entries from Bethesda, this game might be worth trying on a major sale, but chances are you'll end up disappointed. Sure, the lack of polish is annoying, but the actual gameplay mechanics themselves are just not there, leading, ultimately, to little desire to keep playing.
Posted: January 18th, 2014
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5 of 9 people (56%) found this review helpful
60 products in account
2 reviews
77.9 hrs on record
Great game! Better than Arcania. Played about 6 times through. Good RPG!
Posted: March 4th, 2014
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