The Infinity Engine5votes I like it
maxinstuff says: Released back in 1998 it uses the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Ed. ruleset - tweaked to be faster, and to run in real-time. The first of it's kind.
maxinstuff says: And in rolls the second, Planescape Torment. Also using the AD&D 2nd Ed. ruleset, but set in a different universe/realm than Baldur's Gate. It is even more story driven - a cult classic.
maxinstuff says: Very similar to play as Baldur's Gate (AD&D 2nd), but fundamentally different in that there is no central "hero". If feels like it was made for multiplayer - you create the full party of 6 which gives you complete control over party balance.
maxinstuff says: The Baldur's Gate Saga continues. Good only got better in this instalment, with a number of improvements. Still based on the same ruleset (AD&D 2nd Ed.) and your protagonist character from the original can be imported to continue their adventure.
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