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10 thoughts on “Torment (Planescape)

  1. says:

    I completed it in less than a day but that is because I relayed PLanescape Torment than few times and I can skim through most book.If would need to pinpoint one piece of fiction that affected my tastes the most that would be Planescape Torment This Black isles classic is still one of the best game I played but importantly it introduced me to grimdark and antiheroes It s the biggest reason I gotten into books because at the time I couldn t find similar type of story in videogames so I seeked out other mediums It s unnecessary to say I had huge expectation for this adaptation but in the end I didn t like it at all.Problem is that in conversion to book game lost it s soul Main feature in PS T are choices and consequences.Want to be good guy and undo damage you caused Sure.Want to be evil bastard and sell people loyal to you into slavery Why not You think extremes are dangerous and want to in some shades between them No problem Be what you want and see how it reflects on game world Without that PS T is just a story.One big piece of game s soul where tons of NPC s who are irelevant to story or any side quest but they offer interesting dialogues as reward for exploring every nook and cranny.They had to be cut out of a book removing one of games interesting features.And now we come to one of biggest sin s of this book.We find out protagonist s name.Blasphemy How can I ever call him Nameless one now Ok that is simple, I will pretend I never read that.If you are interested in this story play the game and avoid this book.If you played this game replay it and avoid this book.


  2. says:

    This book is far better than the ratings suggest, and for anyone first hearing about it now, you may be unaware as to why This is a novelization of one of the most well loved and sprawling computer RPGs of the 90s It is absolutely massive, taking around 100 hours for story completion Understand all that Good Now go look at the page count 256 It s no wonder that the the book has bad ratings, as its core fanbase must have loathed it for the 90 hours of the game that did not make it into the book However, coming at it with fresh eyes as a fan of the DnD campaign setting, Planescape, but having not played the crpg, I found it to be a very good read The prose is much better than is to be expected for DnD novels, and just fairly good in general The characters are good, if a bit cliche, and the plot, while clearly rushed in some parts is still very satisfying I especially enjoyed the atmosphere of the novel Separating the novel from its source material, I give it a solid 4 stars, and it s one of the few books I d be willing to reread.


  3. says:

    I read the three thousand pages behemoth of adaptation, not this one This one is just some dialogues and minimum narration from the game The one I read is a full on novelization with added intervals and it really is just good Too many gamey parts It s supposed to be a novel, not a written game Still a nice alternative if you can t be bothered with the game which I played and it is amazing.


  4. says:

    If you played Torment and loved it, please don t touch this book The writing is bad, the characters are different what happened to their personalities , the only thing that wasn t that bad was the ending and the reason why Thane yes, the Nameless One had a NAME became immortal Oh and I forgot to mention it, but the book is shallow, very, very shallow No comparision to the game.


  5. says:

    The computer game was much better I had played through it multiple times and had already ingrained certain aspects of the character in my mind, so to read an interpretation from somebody else was a little difficult.


  6. says:

    Book of the game One has to read something on a plane, right Wasn t half bad, either


  7. says:

    I enjoyed the book, but the ending is kind of unfulfilling.


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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 247 pages
  • Torment (Planescape)
  • Ray Vallese
  • English
  • 22 October 2018
  • 9780786915279

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