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    I have the game. I played it for about half an hour and got bored. I know that isn't enough time to give it - I hear the story in the game is supposed to be excellent and that was what I wanted to experience the most but I just didn't have the time back then.
    Maybe I should try reinstalling it and giving it another shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramah View Post
    I have the game. I played it for about half an hour and got bored. I know that isn't enough time to give it - I hear the story in the game is supposed to be excellent and that was what I wanted to experience the most but I just didn't have the time back then.
    Maybe I should try reinstalling it and giving it another shot.
    Yep, it is pretty rough by today's standards, in graphics, interface, and a lot of other categories too. I hadn't played the original Balder's Gate games until just a few years ago, when I decided it was finally time: it took me several hours before everything kind of clicked and I could lose myself in it, as is ideal in RPGs. I am sure Planescape will be the same way for you. I still haven't played either of the first two Fallout games, and I know the same thing will happen: trudge, trudge, trudge... click! Then I'll play feverishly and complete it in a few days.

    One of the benefits of having waited so long is that these games now have a lot of new mods out that fix up bugs, make the experiences smoother, and even bump up the resolution. Here's a guide: http://thunderpeel2001.blogspot.com/...ly-modded.html

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