The Cutting Room Floor 是一個專注於發掘和研究電子遊戲中未使用或刪減內容的網站。許多遊戲有著除開發者外不為大眾所知的內容，包括調試菜單、未使用的音樂、圖像、敵人和關卡 — 它們也有可能本應公開，但由於時間或資金不足而被刪減。
Developer: Black Isle Studios
Released: 1999, Windows
Planescape: Torment follows The Nameless One, a man who can never truly die, and his quest to discover why he is trapped in this endless cycle and, later on, what can change the nature of a man. Considered one of the best written RPGs out there, it is a cult classic with a devout following.
Quite a few graphics were scrapped for the final game, including a set of graphics for the enigmatic Lady of Pain. There is also a huge amount of unused voiced lines, particularly for Morte and Annah. Like any good RPG, there are also a few removed quests.
While The Nameless One might not be able to know what can change the nature of a man, you can know what can change the nature of a game's content by reading this article.
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