Pathfinder: Kingmaker: In many ways Pathfinder: Kingmaker is like an ultimate successor to Baldur’s Gate – it adapts a well-known, popular tabletop system, has a wide-ranging campaign, lots of side areas to explore, companions to recruit, and the now-typical CRPG base building is present (thematically a main focus, in this game, although your interactions with your kingdom may feel pretty stilted).
At release it was notoriously buggy. When I played a few months ago, it still ran slow, but I encountered only a few crashes. I like Pathfinder: Kingmaker a lot, but the vast variety of classes, feats and spells available, to say nothing of all the magical artifacts, is positively intimidating. And that’s as someone who ran through this module in an actual tabletop setting, so I already knew the mechanics and part of the plot. → You think about everything.