Temple of Elemental Evil is Latest GoG.com D&D Game

Temple of Elemental Evil is a last in many categories for D&D RPGs. It was the final retail fantasy game released by Troika Studios and it was the final D&D Turn-Based RPG/Dungeon Crawler. Built around the setting of one of D&D’s most revered mega adventures (aside from maybe the Tomb of Horrors), players build a team of heores and venture to the villiage of Homlett to seek out clues to an assasination.

Temple of Elemental Evil is a fundimentally broken game out of the box, but thanks to a large supportive community the version you get from GoG.com should work far better once you’ve applied the Cirlce of Eight fixes. It’s also a very difficult game, so be prepared for more than a little challenge as you delve into the hidden depths of the temple itself.

GoG.com is offering the game for $6 and including lots of bonus content like desktop screens, the in-game soundtrack and lots of game art. Fans of Dungeons & Dragons should consider adding this to their collection for sure.

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3 Comments on Temple of Elemental Evil is Latest GoG.com D&D Game

Heru

On October 13, 2010 at 7:59 am

uhm, actually Vampire: The Masqurade – Bloodlines was the last game released by Troika. Came out a little over a year after ToEE.

Shawn Sines

On October 13, 2010 at 10:17 am

Heru,

I remembered ToEE being the last product developed. Vampire was actually done and waiting during the whole HL2 pirate break in delay. But your point is taken, it wasn’t the last released.. it was the last game developed by them.

Shawn Sines

On October 13, 2010 at 10:19 am

Nope, you’re right.. it was next to last. ToEE released in 2003. Vampire was originally scheduled for 2004. I’ll modify the story.