Time to bring back Planescape, at least as a video game.

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The Torment Kickstarter is over 400% funded.

Imagine if WotC had given a company the rights to do a Planescape game? Heck, make it an isometrc game compatible with phones and charge $15-$20.

WotC could cash in on the Torment vibe going through the gaming community right now.
While I'm not really into the video games, I definitely support the return of Planescape for D&D Next!

Just roll some dice.

 

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While I'm not really into the video games, I definitely support the return of Planescape for D&D Next!

+1 That

While I'm not really into the video games, I definitely support the return of Planescape for D&D Next!


Yeah, that would be nice to see. I'm glad that Points of Light got some elements of Planescape added in but I was always disappointed that all the settings didn't get books or at least Dungeon mag writeups.
I would take either, video game or Next, but rather have it for Next first but I see Next being next after the game is first and before Next thus... nevermind.

 

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Didn't they ask WotC about this before Numenera? Brilliant businessmen at WotC refused, instead we'll get games like Daggerdale.
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