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ToEE swooned over by Khabal

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ToEE swooned over by Khabal

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 10 October 2003, 17:26:16

Tags: Temple of Elemental Evil; Troika Games

The boys over at Khabal have written up their review of Troika's Temple of Elemental Evil. They liked it a lot, even though they did a bit of con weighing(Which is nice to see in reviews). Here's a snip:

One of the things I like about Temple is the fact that the developers managed to give some importance to the interaction-related skills like "bluff" or "gather information". I find these skills often neglected, especially in role-playing games that are combat intensive. It adds an additional dimension to the game and gives you real reason to buff up skills in charming the pants off non-player characters and lying through your teeth. It also makes Temple feel more like a role-playing game rather than just a huge dungeon crawl.


I tend to agree. So far, I've played to the Temple part with three different parties, with different leader classes, alignments, and diplomacy skills, and it's rather interesting what you can and can't do based on these differences.

Spotted this at Blue's News.

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