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Planescape: Torment (Video Game 1999) Poster

(1999 Video Game)

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The unique language in the game (cutter, berk, dark, etc) are based on actual 17th century English slang, spoken by the working class.
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While praised almost universally, it failed to capture the mass-market imagination in the same way that its predecessor Baldur's Gate did - selling around 400,000 copies. The original Diablo game, released three years earlier, (albeit a rather different sort of game) reputedly sold approximately 2.5 million copies.
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On St. Patrick's day and Easter of 2000, the developers released a pair of humorous character modifications - one that turned the character of Annah into a leprechaun, and Morte into an easter egg.
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The icon for 'The Tattoo of Lost Incarnation' is a Chinese character that means 'rat'.
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