We’re casting True Resurrection on Eye of the Beholder and twelve more D&D GoldBox classics.
You are sitting in a tavern. The mighty Wizards of the Coast bestow upon you their greatest treasures: Forgotten Realms: The Archives – long lost relics of an RPG renaissance that changed the face of gaming forever. Today, one of the forgotten grails of gaming history is within your grasp, should you travel to a magical, DRM-free realm known as GOG.com
Eye of the Beholder, Pool of Radiance, Menzoberranzan – the list of groundbreaking RPG classics goes on. We set out on the quest for Forgotten Realms: The Archives a long time ago, and though it was a perilous journey – after years of searching, huge help from our friends at Hasbro and Wizards of The Coast, as well as months of technical work – we get to be freaking excited to sit here and say:
Forgotten Realms: The Archives are available now, DRM-free on GOG.com
The Archives are a set of thirteen D&D GoldBox classics packaged across three collections:
—Forgotten Realms: The Archives – Collection One features Eye of the Beholder I, II, and III. It’s the three and only, the gold-standard in classic RPG dungeon crawling.
—Forgotten Realms: The Archives – Collection Two features more gameplay hours and secrets than we could ever count – with Pool of Radiance, Hillsfar, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Gateway to the Savage Frontier, Pools of Darkness, Secret of the Silver Blades, Treasures of the Savage Frontier, and D&D: Unlimited Adventures.
—Forgotten Realms: The Archives – Collection Three features near-infinite replay value and and an important chunk of RPG history with Dungeon Hack and Menzoberranzan.
We are now home to precisely 20 years of digital D&D RPG history – from Pool of Radiance (1988) to Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of …read more
Source:: GOG – Good Old Games