Planescape: Torment - Enhanced Edition

Planescape: Torment - Enhanced Edition

released on Apr 11, 2017

Planescape: Torment - Enhanced Edition

released on Apr 11, 2017

A remaster of Planescape: Torment

"Discover an incredibly rich story and a unique setting unlike anything else in fantasy. Defeat strange and alien creatures, engage in rich dialogue, and explore the dark and dangerous Planescape setting in this 50+ hour RPG classic.

Millions of Planescape: Torment fans have enjoyed the strange and dangerous city of Sigil and surrounding planes through the Nameless One's eyes. Now it’s your turn. This is Planescape: Torment like you’ve never seen before.

Enhanced Edition - Key Features:
- Enhanced Planescape: Chris Avellone, Lead Designer on Planescape Torment, has partnered with Beamdog to curate gameplay updates, bug fixes, and enhancements to best capture his original vision for the game.

- Remastered Music: The full Planescape: Torment soundtrack has been remastered in-game to add more depth to Sigil and the multiverse.

- 4K Interface: Sigil has never looked this good! The interface of Planescape: Torment has been rebuilt in high definition with tons of new convenience features.

- A Planescape For Today: The Enhanced Edition includes modern features such as tab highlighting, area zooming, combat log, quickloot, and more!"

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Amazing writing paired with lackluster combat.

downloaded it after i finished playing disco elysium cuz i was desperately trying to find another game similar to it. lots of people were suggesting this one but i couldnt really bring myself to continue playing. maybe one day

Incredible game unfortunately marred by ADND2E combat

What can change the nature of a man?
Barring the awful combat, this game is nothing short of a masterpiece. Brilliant writing, an intriguing premise which keeps you hooked from start to finish, fun and interesting companions and a cool morality system. Very fun game!

This is pretty much the exact game I wished I was playing when I went through the Baldur's Gate games. There's a heavy emphasis on player choice and agency, combat that's actually fun with encounters that aren't absurdly frustrating and a great story carried by some of the most well written prose and dialogue I've ever read in a video game. While it does feel like a book at times and suffers from a few issues like occasionally awkward AI pathfinding and unresponsive controls, it never failed to grip me.