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Are there any adventure games similar to Planescape: Torment

roshan

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Theres no game Ive played that is comparable to Planescape Torment. And its not an adventure game.
 

Jasede

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Insert Title Here RPG Wokedex Codex Year of the Donut I'm very into cock and ball torture
That's true, it's an RTS because you fight in real time and can control up to six units that have stats.
 

Keldorn

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PS:T can deeeeeestroy mocktalkers and provocateurs, lest ye nary behold an ambidextrous aponaplexor.

I say unto thee !


Borgleplex !
 

MetalCraze

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it's not exactly what you want now but I'm sure if you're into more talk less shooting stuff you gonna like Blade Runner.
it's very non-linear, has 12 endings and has strong choices and consequences.
 

xantrius

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skyway said:
it's not exactly what you want now but I'm sure if you're into more talk less shooting stuff you gonna like Blade Runner.
it's very non-linear, has 12 endings and has strong choices and consequences.

hmm, I'll probably give that one a try a some point.
 

MetalCraze

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xantrius said:
skyway said:
it's not exactly what you want now but I'm sure if you're into more talk less shooting stuff you gonna like Blade Runner.
it's very non-linear, has 12 endings and has strong choices and consequences.

hmm, I'll probably give that one a try a some point.

ah yes - I've missed this jewel - discovered it only month ago or so. it was a very pleasant surprise for me. and a proof that Westwood can make not just mainstream RTS's but very atmospheric and quality games. btw Joe Cucan (that Kane guy from C&C) wrote the scenario (and it's really good) and also voiced one of the characters.
other than that Westwood also invited actors from the original movie to do the voice-acting - something not seen in todays games-based-on-movies.

I have completed the game for two times now. got 2 different endings. got 2 next to different walkthroughs (the game actually adjusts depending on your choices) and I still haven't got the clear story. it's where C&C is kicking in - you've made a mistake - sorry but you won't learn this particular storyline candy now.
 

xantrius

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skyway said:
xantrius said:
skyway said:
it's not exactly what you want now but I'm sure if you're into more talk less shooting stuff you gonna like Blade Runner.
it's very non-linear, has 12 endings and has strong choices and consequences.

hmm, I'll probably give that one a try a some point.

ah yes - I've missed this jewel - discovered it only month ago or so. it was a very pleasant surprise for me. and a proof that Westwood can make not just mainstream RTS's but very atmospheric and quality games. btw Joe Cucan (that Kane guy from C&C) wrote the scenario (and it's really good) and also voiced one of the characters.
other than that Westwood also invited actors from the original movie to do the voice-acting - something not seen in todays games-based-on-movies.

I have completed the game for two times now. got 2 different endings. got 2 next to different walkthroughs (the game actually adjusts depending on your choices) and I still haven't got the clear story. it's where C&C is kicking in - you've made a mistake - sorry but you won't learn this particular storyline candy now.

Got it on my try eventually list .^^
 

Callaxes

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I recomed the Myst series if you desperately want something fantasy. But if you don't mind modern history, the best adventure game I can think of is Titanic: Adventure Out of Time. One of the best storylines in gaming history!
 

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