Summary: Ive thorouoghly enjoyed Baldurs gate, Icewind Dale and the first NWN. Have been playing NWN-2 for a few weeks and its OK. Story line is interesting but the quests are lacking in imagination and detail. Its also a little buggy, nothing serious.
Summary: 7-11-08 There are no system requirements on this listing. I REALLY wanted to play this game but can't! Very frustrating! The min requirements are: MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: * Operating System: 10.4.11, 10.5.1 * CPU Processor: Intel Chipset * CPU Speed: 2.0 GHz * Memory: 1 GB RAM * Hard Disk Space: 6.5 GB * Video Card (ATI): Radeon X1600 * Video Card (NVidia): Geforce 7600 * Video Memory (VRam): 128 MB * Media Required: DVD-ROM So if you have one of the original...
Summary: Not bad but so far seems like a re-run of the first Neverwinter Nights. And the graphics aren't that much better but performance is noticeably slower on my 2.33GHz MacBook Pro, even though it meets the "recommended requirements" for the game.
Summary: NeverWinter Nights 2 (Macintosh) ought to be a great game. It has all the elements--great graphics, an interesting story line, characters that actually change their alignments and personalities as the game progresses, fun challenges to overcome, etc. When it works, I love playing NWN2; unfortunately, it has so many computer glitches that--at times--I want to throw the darned disc away!
Summary: The game play and graphics are terrific. Camera control is clunky and frustrating at times. There are some odd bugs--one character has disappeared. The travel screen, not the game's best feature anyway, reached a point where it would not let me travel to the right locations to complete quests. As a result, I've had to abandon a level 12 or so character to start over again.
Summary: Having been a lifelong PC user, I just bought my first IMac. The games are severely lacking in MAC world without buying a copy of Windows to run PC games. This game is pretty fun but in terms of groundbreaking graphics/sounds/gameplay it's not there. Of course it is over several years old in the PC world. I would recommend it if you played NVN 1 and want to continue. Otherwise run Windows and get one of the more awesome newere games.
Summary: Okay. I had a review in here from when this game was fresh to my fingers and mind; I had only been playing 8 hours or so. This is my review of the SOLVED product: The set pieces have got to go. I don't know if those are an author's conceit or what, but they really muck up play. They are dishonest, and unfaithful to the spirit of the original game. They get in the way of strategy. The keep is AWESOME. Man, this is the coolest addition to the line that there has been.