Gameplay feature: Armor / Weapon sets
Games with matching armor and/or weapon sets, if worn in a complete set will provide additional bonuses to the playable character(s) wearing them.
The matching armor / weapon set feature was originally introduced by the game Diablo
, where depending on the armor / weapon (which other games also included the weapons and shields) provided the player-controllable character with additional bonuses such as statistical bonus, resistances or special abilities. This information is displayed through the character sheet or inventory screen.
Special sets are sometimes identified with a unique name color
different from ordinary items (usually white) such as blue, purple, or gold. Additional information may also be provided to help the player the complete armor set [e.g. Spiked Thong (Purple) part 1 out of 2 of the Dwarven Flaming Bikini Armor Set].Limitations
- Games with that coincidentally appear to be armor /weapon sets that do not provide additional bonuses or effect, or is not reasonably seen to be an intentional feature should be excluded from this game group.
- This game group is limited to armor sets. Games that offer matching fashionable brand designed dwarven made underwear or anything remotely similar to (heaven forbid) Barbie's wardrobe, is not the primary intention of this game group.
An exception to the rule may be applied to games such as Fable: The Lost Chapters
where armor sets do exist, however no additional bonuses are known to be provided if completed, other than additional information that it is indeed part of a collect-able armor set, sub-quest requirements that require a full armor set to succeed, and an exceptional medieval fashion sense.
|Terraria||2011||Windows||505 Games (U.S.), Inc.||3.54|
|Spiral Knights||2011||Linux, Macintosh, Windows||SEGA Corporation||3.42|
|Dragon Age II||2011||Macintosh, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360||Electronic Arts, Inc.||3.91|
|Din's Curse: Demon War||2011||Macintosh, Windows||Soldak Entertainment, Inc.||4.00|
|Din's Curse||2010||Macintosh, Windows||Soldak Entertainment, Inc.||3.10|
|Dragon Age: Origins||2009||Macintosh, PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360||Electronic Arts, Inc.||3.92|
|Torchlight||2009||Linux, Macintosh, Windows, Xbox 360||ak tronic Software & Services GmbH||3.81|
|Two Worlds (Game of the Year Edition)||2008||Windows||TopWare Interactive GmbH||3.36|
|World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (Collector's Edition)||2008||Macintosh, Windows||Blizzard Entertainment Inc.||4.67|
|Two Worlds: Epic Edition||2008||Windows||SouthPeak Interactive, LLC||3.80|
|World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King||2008||Macintosh, Windows||Blizzard Entertainment Inc.||3.96|
|Sacred 2: Fallen Angel||2008||PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360||CDV Software Entertainment USA, Inc.||3.76|
|Sacred 2: Fallen Angel (Collector's Edition)||2008||PlayStation 3, Windows, Xbox 360||Deep Silver||3.88|
|World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade (Collector's Edition)||2007||Macintosh, Windows||Blizzard Entertainment Inc.||4.44|
|Two Worlds||2007||Windows, Xbox 360||SouthPeak Interactive, LLC||3.56|
|World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade||2007||Macintosh, Windows||Blizzard Entertainment Inc.||3.95|
|Two Worlds (Royal Edition)||2007||Windows, Xbox 360||TopWare Interactive GmbH||4.00|
|Team Fortress 2||2007||Linux, Macintosh, Windows||Valve Corporation||4.32|
|World of Warcraft: Battle Chest||2007||Macintosh, Windows||Blizzard Entertainment Inc.||3.43|
|Two Worlds (Collector's Edition)||2007||Xbox 360||SouthPeak Interactive, LLC||...|
|Titan Quest: Immortal Throne||2007||Windows||THQ Inc.||3.74|
|Dungeon Siege II: Broken World||2006||Windows||2K Games, Inc.||3.55|
|Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony||2006||PSP||2K Games, Inc.||4.03|
|Titan Quest||2006||Windows||THQ Inc.||3.68|
|Dungeon Siege II||2005||Windows||Microsoft Game Studios||3.77|