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Gaming Torment: Tides of Numenera: Q&A and Hands-On Preview

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  1. Dogbert666

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  2. Aterius Gmork

    Aterius Gmork smell the ashes

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    Having played the old Planescape: Torment in the hospital again last year I am really looking forward to this game.

    Apart from the combat system the game has aged really well, especially considering it's 17 years old!
     
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  3. pbryanw

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    For those who are considering playing Planescape: Torment again, this guide might come in useful:
    http://thunderpeel2001.blogspot.co.uk/2009/01/planescape-torment-fully-modded.html

    It helps get the game working at higher resolutions and fixes some quest & scripting bugs. It's written for the GOG version - hopefully it's still relevant for Windows 10.

    I think I bounced off PS:T the first time I played it many years ago, preferring Baldur's Gate, so I've been meaning to go back one day. I have another Pillars of Eternity play-through planned first though. I'm also hoping they'll release an extended edition of PS:T one day, as they did with the Baldur's Gate series.

    It's great though, that these kind of old-school, isometric RPGs are seeing a renaissance with the new crowdfunding models :) And I'm really looking forward to Tides of Numenera (as well as the recently announced Pillars of Eternity 2).
     
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