As Steam´s Summer Sale fades away, slowly, as a pleasant and confusing period, some people seek statistical comfort and explanation as to why wallets are wasted, while many of us remain wondering other things.
Among many titles, Baldur’s Gate II Enhanced Edition came up as an important offer. People agreed and assured themselves that it was a great buy, and while we awed in nostalgia and greatness concerning one of the most important D&D titles in PC gaming history, I remembered another game that deserved a lot of (and maybe even more) praise – Planescape: Torment.
Here are 5 reasons why this 1999 Black Isle Studios release should be removed from under the shadows of its siblings:
1. It´s a product of that great RPG era that brought us unforgettable series such as Baldur´s Gate and Icewind Dale.
These games were the reason the Infinity Engine became famous. They defined how role playing games should be made. None of the modern games would be the same without this awesome period generated by Black Isle Studios.
In addition, this set of titles determined which D&D should be taken into account (and how) in computer games.