Frayed Knights is an indie CRPG set in a fantasy world in which you control a party of four pre-set characters: Arianna, a fighter; Dirk, a thief; Chloe, a magic-user; and Benjamin, a cleric. The game is 3D, but in a rather crude way; NPCs are static models without animation, poly counts are low, and the combat animations of the enemies you encounter are simple slashes or other attacks.
The characters themselves are never seen in the world; you play from a first-person view, and the characters are represented by 2D portraits around the screen.
Where the game excels is in the dialog. The characters each have strong, and different, personalities, and often banter with each other, comic-book style, with word balloons emitting from their portraits. The game's humor is carried by the dialog, and comes across strongly; I actually chuckled at times, as when one character remarked "not another go into the basement and kill rats quest." The humor often plays off the conventional tropes of digital RPGs, as that quote indicates.