This is an old and somewhat clunky game in which you control a team of SAS soldiers and carry out a variety of missions in WW2. It's difficult and is neither a great strategy game or a great shooter, but I enjoyed it very much. It's atmospheric and requires a degree of planning and caution that you don't see in a lot of shooting games.
Best of all, I discovered that many of the (very British) voices were done by one Xander Armstrong. This is actually Alexander Armstrong, the comedian, who as half of Armstrong and Miller did a sketch about two puerile fighter pilots. He clearly had the right voice for the job!
Just completed Eschalon 3. Significantly shorter than the other two but enjoyable nonetheless. The very fact that I finished them all probably means they may be too easy for some but (as Goldilocks said) just right for me. Not a lot of money spent so enjoyment per pound is very high indeed
I've just bought all five of the Geneforge series for a pittance on GOG so may give them a try soon.
Back on Dragon's Dogma, a crazy roleplaying/adventure game seemingly made by someone who had been told about The Lord of the Rings by a drunken friend in a noisy pub. The duke summoned my person to his castle, apparently to give them a mission. Two minutes later and I'm wearing a party hat and about to start a lesbian affair with the duchess. None of this is down to player choice.
It's a damned shame there wasn't a proper sequel (there was some online nonsense nobody wanted).
Dragon's Dogma is a weird RPG, though. The combat's fantastic and the story's weak (it's got a good premise and ending but just goes missing for over half the game), plus the armour/clothing options are really nice. I also like the main pawn/second character approach, hoping some open world RPGs nick that in the future.
I reinstalled Fallen Enchantress: Legendary Heroes at the weekend, before spending 7 hours playing through a random map. Hadn't touched it in over 4 years and it was old even then, but surprisingly it holds up. Was never a popular 4x, but plenty of magic and light RPG elements make it quite fun (if about as gamey as you can get).
Doubt I'll bother with another match but it was a nice distraction (or a naughty distraction to my writing - dealers choice).