Planescape: Torment is the best game I've ever played. It's been over 10 years and it's still one of it's kind. I'd pay thousands to see a 2d isometric text-heavy rpg in Planescape setting or an original IP with a very surreal/weird twist. The list of things I'd like to see: - Isometric 2D (I love the artwork of Infinity era games) - A setting with a surreal twist - Lots of text and dialogue (no need for voice acting) - Choice and consequences - Hard decisions (you have to choose the better one of two bad alternatives, for example killing a character from the party) - Different joinable factions - Party with well written characters - Intelligence affects the dialogue (Fallout 1 and 2 had some hilarious dialogues when int 1!) - Lots of skill checks (adds replayability) - Impossible to max all stats (forces you to play different ways) - Quests with character class/skill/race/faction requirements - Different ways to finish quests - No useless skills - Different endings - Open world to explore (something like fallout 1 and 2, but with more small locations) Whatever you do, please do not make a bland cliche-filled fantasy rpg. We have already seen too many of them. If it has to be an original IP, I'd like to see something like Planescape, a surreal/weird setting where the developers can use lots of imagination.