Summary: It has some serious control issues. The three chapters seem like completely different games. There's no real continuity between chapters and the gameplay is radically different between each chapter.
Summary: Let me say this; I've been playing computer games since the very beginning when the only game out there was something called "pong". I've built and programmed computers and my very 1st personal PC was the Apple IIc.
Summary: Unless you MUST have all the D&D games, pass on this one. Atari abandoned everything that made the first Neverwinter Nights great, and made this cluttered piece of crap. camera controls, an extremely cluttered and unnecessary options menus, and small map areas that make you feel confined, will cool...
Games just the "old fashion style of slots and not the newer modern slots in the casinos today!
13 April 2012
Summary: My wife just loves the WMS monopoly casino games but if you are looking for those modern and highly animated slot machine games they are not on this disk. This is a collection of older style slots and she simply didn't care for most of them.
Never-winter Nights 2 Review and Amazon Delivery Review
Joshua M. Rodriguez "Sir Josh of The Nentir Vale", Amazon
15 February 2011
Summary: Never Winter Nights 2 Review (Basic) Never-winter Nights 2 is a Click&wait RPG. It follows the Dungeons and Dragons Rule set mildly. The Camera Control is awkward and ruins the game. The graphics are fine There are Many Modules to Download The game play is fun The game overall is fun.
Summary: As someone that loved the old infinity engine CRPGs (Baldur's Gate, Icewind Dale, Planescape: Torment) and quite liked the original Neverwinter Nights despite its issues, I had pretty high hopes for this game. In fact I got it pretty much on the day it was released.
Game is awkward and non DnD fans will get little out of this
J Vitz, Amazon
23 July 2009
Summary: The video-game equivalent of D&D 3.5. There is an incedibly deep level of customizaton for one's character. However, gameplay is unpolished and awkward. The developers tried to make it just like the taple-top version, but they forgot that good table-top mechanics are not good video game mechanics.
Summary: NWN2 was released...what, in 2006? Plenty of games through the 90s and early 2000s were achieving things that made it seem that the ultimate RPG was right around the corner. That made it all the more disappointing when this game, with all its hype, failed to deliver.