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Edit to update for playing Icewind Dale.This is fantastic. I was concerned how they would adapt the keyboard to a PS4 controller but they did an excellent job. If you’re looking for HD graphics of a new era, you’ll be upset. If you’re looking to play the game of your youth or if you want to try a game you’ve heard us 35+ year olds talking about, this is it.
Update moved to three stars. Lots of locking up trying to nuke out Pharod.
Icewind Dale and Icewind Dale Heart of Winter- these are more combat based than Torment. It’s not a good thing or a bad thing, it’s just a thing to remember when you play it. Now, fair warning, there are two items that Eidon can upgrade. The game locks up during this and Beamdog has no plans to fix it.
I had a few lock up errors with IWD and HoW, but not nearly as many as Torment. With Torment I was guaranteed at least one per play session. With IWD I had five or six total, and none before my Heart of Fury play through. I decided to go for all of the achievements and there were times during a difficult battle in Heart of Fury that I’d be winning after getting smashed 10 times and it would lock up. That’s enough to make you want to rage quit.
All in all I’d play through it again but it’s frustrating that Beamdog doesn’t give any press to broken quests, or have a plan to fix it. The broken quest items don’t affect your ability to get all of the achievements though, so there’s that.
It takes several play throughs to get the achievements. It also takes several to get your character to level 30 in three classes.
I am so thrilled these games have reemerged as I played them when they first came out back in 1999 and 2000 and I still have them. I will say it’s a “memory lane” blast playing these again and my jaw hit the floor when I noticed these games were available for pre-order last week as I didn’t get the memo they were coming out, but after my “no way, this is not possible” moment, and pulling my jaw off the floor, I instantly ordered these, as well as the Icewind package and Neverwinter Nights too. I played the d&d book and dungeon games a little as a kid and have been hooked on the pc d&d games since Pool of Radiance from 1988, which I still have. Actually I guess I could be called a “collector” as I still have all of my old pc games, so buying this rerelease that transitions to the PS4 was a ”no brainer” for me. I must admit I was still a little shocked that I was holding these rereleased games in my hands when they arrived on the 15th – and luckily I only had to wait on pre-order for six days as I never knew these games were being rereleased and transitioning to the PS4. I’m a BIG memory lane person and this “blast from the past” is a HUGE hit with me, so buying these was a must have moment for me. Looks like I’m the second review of these games, where I’ll leave the same game review for both packages. Also, I agree with the first reviewer completely in the differences between these games, and I will add that I’m really looking forward to Neverwinter coming out in December. I will add that I truly hope more of the d&d pc games make their way over to the PS4 as I would love for the Dark Sun series and Icewind II, as well as others, also come to the PS4. Here’s what’s so cool about all of this. First, I find these games to be super fun and super addictive and I really enjoy playing them. Second, when these games came out back in 1999-2000 it was, if my memory is correct, a DX4-100 or a Pentium 100 pc chip if you were lucky on a 15 inch monitor; so replaying these games on a PS4 with a large 4k wide-screen tv is mind-blowing and super cool. These games were all HUGE when they first came out and are all still highly revered today, some 20 years later, which shows how GREAT they were back then. In my opinion, those of us that played these “back in the day,” purchasing these rereleases and converts to the PS4 is a “no brainer” and a “must have” and I have already purchased the pre-releases and hope many more follow as I’ll be buying those too. For the new players of these classic games, I could easily say “go for it” and buy these as they are already priced as a “Greatest Hits” and “All DLC included,” so the price is right and the games are classics and an absolute blast playing.
Note that this is specifically for the console version. Buyer beware. This version of Planescape: Torment has bugs that make the game unplayable. While playing, the text will start to become screwed up. About 2 hours in I noticed some NPCs were missing characters in their names. Weird, but I can live with it. Then I noticed the time indicator missing characters. Then I picked up a dagger and it said it does "1 - " damage. How much damage? Who knows! Once it affected gameplay I said screw it and will just have to play it on Steam. (Thankfully, Amazon will let you return opened games if something is wrong, which is certainly is). If you look on the Beamdog forums, there's a ton of people complaining about this for years, and they have chosen to ignore it. This version of the game is already 4 years old, and they have not fixed these issues, which to me says they never intend to.
If you're asking "Why play this PC RPG on a console?" Well, I just really prefer to play on consoles, and while I know you can connect controllers to PCs, Planescape: Torment for PC does not have controller support.
Why in all that is good and holy with D&D would you get rid of couch co-op and multiplayer? They did so with these two games, Neverwinter nights and both Baldur's Gate games. This was the only reason I purchased these games to play again. I played them solo when I was just a lil guy, now I want to make my wife play! You have failed badly. I wouldn't have even cared if you updated the game. I like the old versions just the way they were.... CO-OP. Don't even get me started on Dark Alliance...
It’s hard to believe how well Icewind Dale, Torment, and Baldur’s Gate translated from PC to console, but here we are. Absolutely recommended. Just don’t go into it expecting great graphics, of course. They aren’t bad by any means, but they are from the late-90s. But if you’re playing these games in the 20’s, presumably you’re not expecting much in that regard. (The cut scenes for Icewind Dale are awful though, and the audio/video is wildly out of sync.)
So so disappointed in this game. Torment was one of my favorites when it released! This port is a buggy glitchy mess still as of August 2021. Crashes I can almost deal with, same for the text bugs that make some of the dialogue unreadable.
Quest items disappear from your inventory - making the story impassable. Terribleness. I thought at first maybe I dropped the first one accidentally but it happened over and over with random items.
Unplayable without being completely obsessed with save states and keeping track of all your items.