Summary: Even though this one had been out for a while, I enjoyed similar games like Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale. I had read that this one was highly rated by other players, so I thought I'd give it a try---worth the time.
Summary: Planescape: Torment is a rarity among computer and video games. Rather than focusing on combat, the game is largely centered on roleplaying. I suspect that many people reading this review have played the Baldur's Gate and/or Knights of the Old Republic games.
Summary: I have to admit, I was a bit concerned at the outset; aside from Lords of Magic, I've never been too big on games where you control only one character in your party, and the lack of ability to select an original class had me a bit worried. Wrong I was. This is definitely a keeper.
Summary: If you've ever played Baldur's Gate this game should be fairly familiar to you. It uses the TSR D&D rules (although instead of having your stats rolled out for you it assigned a certain number of points you have to spend) and many of the creatures that inhabit the D&D world.
Summary: For the last couple of years people have been patiently awaiting the release of I found out that the same makers of those two great games where releasing an RPG in my favorite campaign setting, I almost soiled myself with glee.
Summary: There is probably no old computer game with a stronger nostalgic following. Fans of Planescape Torment argue persuasively that it is the deepest, best scripted computer game bar none. I have only played it recently so this is a review of Planescape Torment as a retro game.
Summary: I'm a PC games collector and a big fan of RPG's...Decided to buy this classic game, one of the best RPG's ever made...Works perfectly on Windows 7 and you can really experience one of the games that's part of the foundation of most of today's RPG's...Recommended to all RPG lovers...
Summary: A fascinating little gem of a game. Though currently it is expensive considering how old it is. You do have to look past the graphics on this game. They really do look dreadful these days. It still plays really well though. It has far more ideas than virtually any other RGP that I have played.