100. Castle of the Winds (Saadasoft, 1993)
99. Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (BioWare/Beamdog Software, 2013)
Probably the best-known and beloved of the Infinity Engine games, and it isn't hard to see why - the game has a ton to offer with its 60+ playable classes, a great storyline with some very memorable characters (all of whom have their own questlines) and just some downright frantic combat, putting the high challenge of D&D into a game with plenty of creative tactics. It can get frustrating at times with overpowered enemies that all but require using engine exploits to succeed (Beholders and Illithids in general) but as far as RPG experiences go, this is one of the best you're likely to find for D&D games. As well as BioWare's best game by far.
95. Lunar: Silver Star Story (Game Arts/Japan Art Media, 1999)
94. Star Fox 64 (Nintendo, 1997)
93. Grandia II (Game Arts, 2000)
92. Worms: Armageddon (Team-17, 1999)