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DSOGaming – Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Anarchist automatons, phantasmal prophets, amorphous aliens, noncorporeal entities, mutant magicians, demonic doomsayers and amorous apparitions; things that are, things that could have been, things that exist in different dimensions; cannibalistic cults, ultra planar cemeteries, endless religious wars, bulging biocities that spew forth portals and children that play with gods. Torment: Tides of Numenera introduces one of the wildest, most creative settings in recent memory, filled with insane possibilities and prospects and is one that should be revisited by inXile. Continue reading DSOGaming – Torment: Tides of Numenera Review

Planescape: Torment Sequel Is Under Development, First Concept Art Revealed

Numenera
Okay, I’m bit embarassed for not informing everyone about the planned sequel to – perhaps the best western RPG – Planescape: Torment. Yes,┬áTorment will be getting a sequel that will be set in the Numenera setting – a pen and paper RPG setting that had been funded through Kickstarter. And today, Brian Fargo and Nowgamer have revealed the first concept art of the game that can be viewed below. Continue reading Planescape: Torment Sequel Is Under Development, First Concept Art Revealed

The entire Legacy of Kain series is coming to Steam, Planescape: Torment also spotted on Steam’s registry

Great news for old-school fans, as the entire Legacy of Kain series (well, apart from the very first game) has been spotted on Steam’s registry, suggesting that Kain and Raziel are coming to Valve’s digital distribution service. Not only that, but after various rumors about a sequel to Planescape, the original and classic RPG, Planescape: Torment, has been spotted on Steam’s registry. This obviously means that this RPG – considered the best RPG by a lot of fans – will be coming indeed on Steam, as Steam’s registry is as a reliable source as it can possibly can. Continue reading The entire Legacy of Kain series is coming to Steam, Planescape: Torment also spotted on Steam’s registry