79. Master of Orion (Simtex, 1993)
78. Half-Life (Valve, 1998)
77. Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition (Black Isle/BeamDog, 2014)
Icewind Dale is Baldur's Gate's more combat-oriented cousin, though that didn't stop Black Isle from including some well-written dialog and story beats throughout. Enhanced Edition takes the base game and tunes up the engine quite a bit, giving it HD resolutions and a lot of the improvements introduced, including a much wider variety of playable classes to utilize (all the ones from the Baldur's Gate remasters). They've even updated it to include support for cross-play, letting people with any version of the game join in games and play it. A solid co-op strategy RPG experience and a great remaster to boot.
76. Cave Story (Studio Pixel, 2004)
75. Ultima VII Part 2: the Serpent Isle (Origin Systems, 1993)
The direct followup to Ultima VII (and also the spinoff game Ultima Underworld II), Serpent Isle was also a callback to the franchise's earliest days, returning to worlds not seen since Ultima 1 and showing a world very different and considerably more troubled than the Britannia we've come to know. The stakes were higher too; not just with the looming threat of the Guardian and his underlings, but a cosmic imbalance causing all of reality to slowly unravel is going on too, adding considerably to your woes. Unfortunately the game was also the first to really suffer from the EA buyout, as the world feels much more barren and latter half in particularly very rushed and definitely not up to the series' high standards. Nevertheless, the story is captivating and the solid engine of 7 is tuned up in quite a few ways, making it another very worthwhile Ultima adventure.
74. Sid Meier's Civilization IV (Firaxis Games, 2005)
73. Sam & Max Hit the Road (LucasArts, 1993)
72. Master of Magic (Simtex, 1994)
71. D/Generation (Robert Cook, 1991)