Love letter No arguing allowed; these games rule.
News Following the revival of Spelljammer and Dragonlance, 2023 will see the return of Planescape.
Face off The most fun and the most frustrating bosses, from Dark Souls and Undertale to Mass Effect 2 and Arkham Knight.
City Slicker The next open world RPG should ditch the countryside and focus on one intricate city. And it should never make you leave.
Tall tales From epic RPGs to classic point-and-click adventures, these are the best story-driven games you can play on PC right now.
Deplorable Forget being the hero, here are our picks for the most profoundly malevolent decisions you can make.
For real? We picked out the most embarrassing armour designs and got an armourer to weigh in on their absurdity.
Good talk The challenges of writing dialogue that's both fun and functional, and how dev tools can lead to better writing.
Samescape The re-release runs at high resolutions with a crisp UI, and that's about all the tampering the classic RPG needed.
From the archives Tyler Wilde provides context and commentary followed by the full, original text of our Planescape: Torment review, originally published in the March 2000 issues of the US edition.