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7.8 out of 10

Planescape: Torment

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Nostalgic

2CrochetHooks, Amazon
17 September 2014
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Old Game But Great

Larry D. Nail "drnail", Amazon
30 January 2014
  • Summary: Planescape didn't make any money on this project, so they gave up on a sequel. This game is fun. I am a player who loves Skyrim, Oblivion, and about any Elder Scrolls game you throw out there including Morrowind. This one is different than the hack and slash d&d you usually find. If you haven't played this one, it is cheap, but really great fun to play a character that can't die and stay dead. Ha.
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awesome game

Mark D, Amazon
12 October 2013
  • Summary: Its a great game comparable to all the classic "look from above" rpg's. If you liked Arcanum or balders gate you will like this game. I personally wish game companies wouldn't focus so hard on making all games in the first person view and remember the classics like this one.
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A Classic for all time

J. Dustin Broughton "Dusty", Amazon
12 April 2013
  • Summary: I enjoyed this game thoroughly- great story, Great NPC's, and great game play. Even my 11yr old son who has grown up in the new graphics, and all of that loved it. Put it in your computer and enjoy the game, you will not be disappointed.
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I am loving it so far

Ricky D. Garske, Amazon
5 February 2013
  • Summary: While the graphics are a bit dated it doesn't diminish the depth of the game. I have been a avid D&D player since the mid 80's and I still play. Planescape was always a favorite setting because of the expanse it offered. I would highly recommend the mods that are out there to get it to play to full screen resolution on the newer computers.
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WHAT RPGs DREAMS ARE MADE OFF !!

NeuroSplicer, Amazon
2 December 2012
  • Summary: Whoever doubts that computer gaming is an art-form should play PLANESCAPE: TORMENT. Words fail to describe the perfect symphony of brilliant ideas, emerging story-line, beautiful environments, mesmerizing music, fun gameplay and detailed coding that makes this game an unsurpassed classic! I have yet to meet anyone who has played it and not raved about it! NamelessOne and his companions are characters that will stay with you forever.
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Best RPG of ALL TIME!

Sara, Amazon
20 July 2012
  • Summary: First of all, Planescape: Torment has to be the best RPG of all time. I have the original CD version, but purchased this DVD version for a friend of mine who has never had the pleasure of playing this wildly imaginative and philosophically intricate game. As far as this particular format goes: whereas I have a number of issues playing my CD version on Windows 7--crashes, difficulty saving, etc.
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Best infinity engine game of all time!!!

Jonny be bad, Amazon
23 January 2012
  • Summary: I remember playing this game back when it came out in 99. it was simply amazing, all the charachters had oddly brilliant backgrounds, and Annah, What a Tasty tiefling (just watch Sheena Easton's Sugar Walls Music Video and you will see what I mean) I wont tell you any more, dont want to spoil it for you. all in all its a great rpg and anyone who enjoys sp rpg's will love this game!!!!
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Amazing Game

VG Fan, Amazon
28 April 2011
  • Summary: Planescape Torment is a cult classic and is considered by many to have the best story in any video game ever made. I recently completed it, and I'm here to tell you that the hype is justified--this is an incredible game. It instantly makes it into my all time top 5. Planescape contains one of the most unique and interesting settings and the best writing and plot I have ever seen in a video game.
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Great Game

Robert, Amazon
4 February 2010
  • Summary: Some highlights... The cast of voices Michael T. Weiss (Jarod from Pretender) Dan Castellaneta (Homer Simpson) Sheena Easton John de Lancie (Q from Star Trek TNG) Mitch Pileggi (Skinner from X-Files) Torment uses the Infinity Engine (Baldur's Gate I & II, Icewind Dale I & II) The game uses the Planescape setting, a bizarre nexus of the planes.
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