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Planescape: Torment - More Fanboy Love

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Planescape: Torment - More Fanboy Love

Review - posted by baby arm on Sat 17 January 2009, 22:38:35

Tags: Black Isle Studios; Planescape: Torment

Richard Nolan penned an article expressing the many reasons he adores Planescape: Torment.
Uniqueness and extremely well thought out personality depth define all seven of the player characters who can join The Nameless One's party, every one has a deep and rich history tangled within incarnations of The Nameless One's past. These stories are integrated throughout the game, but not least of all in that PS:T allowed you, unlike previous Black Isle games, to hold conversations with your party characters whenever you desire. These turned out to be very well conceived and often in-depth conversations which, if the right options were chosen throughout the conversation sequence, could massively affect your game - causing the character in question to experience stat gains, generate unique items, leave the party (permanently), or even attack the player.

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