D&D Forgotten Realms CRPGs are now available on GOG.com


Get the graph paper ready

Aside from a bit of Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights, I never had the chance to play most of the Dungeon & Dragons game that came out for the PC. GOG.com and Wizards of the Coast are giving people the option to revisit these classics via Forgotten Realms: The Archive, which is divided into three collections.

Collection One contains Eye of the Beholder, Eye of the Beholder II: The Legend of Darkmoon, and Eye of the Beholder III: Assault on Myth Drannor. It'll run you $9.99. Collection Two has Pool of Radiance, Pools of DarknessCurse of the Azure Bonds, Hillsfar, Gateway to the Savage Frontier, Treasure of the Savage Frontier, Secret of the Silver Blades, and Forgotten Realms Unlimited Adventures, which also adds up to $9.99. Collection Three only has two games, Dungeon Hack and Menzobarranzan, and it costs $5.99.

Other Dungeons & Dragons games are also on sale, such as Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights, and The Temple of Elemental Evil. Planescape: Torment for $1.99? Yeah, I'll bite. I'll probably end up getting Collection One for the Eye of the Beholder series. I hope it fills the void that Legend of Grimrock 2 left inside of me. Now go wash your eyes to get all of these italics out.

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