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Planescape Torment is Immortalized!

Discussion in 'Planescape: Torment (Classic)' started by Rayden_X, Nov 19, 2000.

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    I played Planescape - Torment like there was no tomorrow, I totally hated BG1...it just didn't suit my taste, but PS-T was a real gem, a greatly done game with all that I could ever ask for in such a game...recently when I lost interest in Diablo 2, I took out my copy of PS-T and went through it a third time, this time as a thief, which I never had the time to try...especially when you're an 18 year old college student in Malaysia (this is above Singapore) and NO, contrary to what a some westerners think, we don't live like apes over here :) Okay, okay my bottom line is, PS-T is such a better game than BG1 or IWD and BG2 is basically BG1 with sugar and spice added, which should have been there from the beginning...my oppinion is, the Planescape multiverse is more interesting and involving for a gamer to sit through, rather than Forgotten Realms which is "Oh, So Repetitive & Predictable"...The Damned One signing off...ciao guys...Nameless One, I share your torments, your regrets and yes, there really is something that CAN change the nature of a man :) GOD! I love this game!
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