Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition
|11 апреля 2017 г.
|Mac, Linux, Windows
- OS: OS X 10.8
- Processor: Dual Core Processor
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
- Storage: 2 GB available space
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The original Planescape: Torment was released in 1999 to widespread critical acclaim. It won RPG of the Year from multiple outlets for its unconventional story, characters, and amazing soundtrack. Since then, millions of Planescape: Torment fans have enjoyed exploring the strange and dangerous city of Sigil and surrounding planes through the Nameless One's eyes.
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.
This is Planescape: Torment like you’ve never seen before.
"What can change the nature of a man?"
You are the Nameless One, a hulking figure covered in scars and tattoos collected over the course of countless lives—none of which you can remember, but are now coming back to haunt you. You are prodded awake by Morte, a floating skull and keeper of secrets, to embark on an adventure taking The Nameless One from the dirty streets of Sigil into the mysterious Outer Planes and even into the depths of Hell itself.
Portals riddle the planar metropolis of Sigil, providing access to anywhere in existence, but only if you have the proper key. Known as the "City of Doors," Sigil is a neutral ground where demons, devas, and races from across the multiverse gather under the watchful shadow of the Lady of Pain, the city's enigmatic ruler. This is a place where the word is mightier than the sword, where thought defines reality, and belief has the power to reshape worlds.
In your search for answers, you'll find companions matching the bizarre nature of the planes: a chaste succubus who can kill with a kiss, a confused crossbow-wielding cube, a suit of armor animated by a spirit demanding JUSTICE, and more. With these companions and others at The Nameless One’s side, you will explore worlds in search of answers, all to discover that some destinies cannot be escaped and some memories cost more than an even an immortal can bear.
- Enhanced Planescape: Gameplay updates, bug fixes, and enhancements to best capture the original vision for the game.
- The Planes Await: Planescape is a setting you've never experienced before, filled with strange magics, strange adversaries, and Dungeons & Dragons locations from across the multiverse.
- Conversations to Remember: Encounter personable items, philosophic undead, and rat hiveminds while walking the planes with the strangest collection of allies ever seen in an RPG.
- Pick Your Path: Character creation is just the beginning. The Nameless One can change his class, alignment, and even gain new abilities based on your choices.
- 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!
- Play It Your Way: Enable Enhanced Edition features as you desire or turn them off to experience Planescape: Torment in its original glory.
- Cast Comprehend Languages: Planescape: Torment: Enhanced Edition is available in English, French, Polish, German, and Korean. Note: Korean translations are text only with voice-overs played in English.
Reviews about the game
This is quite literally one of the best games I’ve ever played. Highly recommend going into the story completely blind.
A warranted replay of this great title that I finally managed to dig into. I couldn't remember a lot of the details, but it was an amazing experience all over again. Even better this time, probably, since I was pretty young the first time I got through it. And somehow even managed to not touch on a lot of the side stories and context. And there is a lot of that in this. And it is all expertly woven into a ball of narrative delight. As was already echoed by most everyone, a truly touching and personal story, with some of the most beautiful writing in games. The one true almost choose-your-own-adventure style of narrative game, with some AD&D flavors thrown in. The only negatives I have to mention was some of the instability of the enhanced edition. I did sometimes get random crashes, mostly on hitting the quicksave button. Also, some awkward pathfinding issues for ordering characters around. The infinity engine games always had this issue, but somehow the enhanced edition got it even worse. But even with these issues, the satisfaction of going through this tome of a game could not be spoiled. It is smart, subtle and probably most important, it is honest and thoughtful. A very rare thing in games, nowadays and even in the past. It is probably the best example to counter the cliched statement that games cannot be art. And while it would've probably been a decent story as a novel, the interactivity of it all, the way it winds and coils on itself, with narrative detours all around and hidden narrative context everywhere, that you have to think about and dig into, with little to no hand-holding, sometimes to a fault, really makes it excel over its theoretical alternative novel form. A 10/10 from me, even though it's not perfect in execution, but the scope and ambitiousness of it more than makes up for any defect. An extra note: I've completed multiple other playthroughs, while paying even more attention to the text, and it's incredible how many things are foreshadowed and hinted at, that on a first or refresh playthrough you do not even notice. It's almost a kaleidoscope of hints and clues that help to form the big picture. But with also enough not said explicitly, but only hinted at. It's been such fun deciphering the mystery.
[b]Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition[/b] is an RPG using the notorious Infinity Engine. The Enhanced Edition has a remastered soundtrack and updated graphics. This game feels like a mix between Baldur's Gate, Fallout and Arcanum. It focuses heavily on the story element and much less on combat and skills. There is so much reading that it feels like you are going through a 500 page Charles Dickens novel. The story is very well written and contains a lot of lore about the Planescape multiverse. While this was my least favourite title amongst Baldur's Gate I & II and Icewind Dale, I would still advise fans to give it a go in 2023 and beyond.
Fans of Baldur's Gate 2's deep storyline will be more than satisfied with a much more philosophical story told in the same engine. However, the one negative thing is the combat is by far the worst of any of the D&D infinity engine games, it's very bare bones even as a mage. If you hate reading and only like fighting, Icewind Dale is what you are looking for. If you don't care and value roleplaying and story in your RPG, Torment can't be beat. Just remember, if you want all the dialogue choices, you need high wisdom, intelligence, and to a lesser extent, charisma. A good starting build for every class is 18 WIS, 17 INT, 13 CHR.
Occasionally bugs withstanding this a solid entry into the D&D universe. Not on the level of BG1+2 but worth a buy if your a fan of those 7.5/10
really good book so far!