Evnissyen wrote:Actually, I think I'd probably have Planescape: Torment already, were it not out of print.
Amazon has pretty inexpensive boxsets, now, of both the Icewind Dale series & the Baldur's Gate series (4 in 1 for the latter)... but I'm not really smitten with BG, yet, at least as far as I've played of Tales of the Sword Coast . . . the game actually seems too demanding in regard to how much attention you have to pay to your companions in order to make sure they don't die (one annoying wizard has already died on me because he decided to attack a creature in melee; I finally decided to leave his corpse behind and head on to the Friendly Arms Inn without him . . . good riddance), and... based on the level the characters are at in the game-embedded expansion-ready party: it looks like you gain too few levels too slowly.
...But I'm sure I'll go back into it soon, and maybe my feelings will change.
Grindstone_82 wrote:IWD2 isn't really worth anything. The game uses a kind of utterly chopped up 3rd edition rules and is generally just too much of a trudge. IWD1 OTOH is one of the most polished dungeon romps ever (if you also get Heart of Winter which you really should). Put Trials of the Luremaster on top of it and you have great value for your money.
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