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Pictures From Interplay RPGs!

It's the weekend so that means it's time for massive picture updates! This time, we tackle a wide array of PC RPGs published by Interplay. For simplicity, all games are listed in alphabetical order. Get your modem ready for some heavy work!

Baldur's Gate - From the original title, we have screen shots, artwork, and one packaging scan.

Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast - This add-on is virtually the same as the original Baldur's Gate, but we have screen shots showing some of its differences.

Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn - The bigger and better sequel! We have screen shots and artwork.

Fallout 2 - Traverse the dark environments of a post-nuclear area. Or, to decrease the radiation exposure, just check out our screen shots, artwork, packaging, and wallpaper!

Icewind Dale - This is one of a handful of upcoming PC RPG! Our media coverage now includes screen shots, artwork, animated GIFs, and wallpaper.

Neverwinter Nights - This game takes place in the Sword Coast region, TSR's Forgotten Realms, running from Neverwinter in the south, to Luskan in the north. To see this 3D world and its characters, we have screen shots, artwork, and wallpaper!

Septerra Core - Enter Septerra, a land with seven floating continents rotating one above the other around a living computer core. Also, a world with some pretty good graphics! We have screen shots, artwork, ads, and wallpaper from this game!

This concludes our massive PC update!

Date Updated:
November 21st, 1999

Time Updated:
10:45 AM


Stahn Mahn


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