Summary: Never winter has been an enjoyable game in my family for some time, getting an extra game as just like adding to the insanity... I mean fun. lol. though the online feature doesn't seem to work the best being able to play localy with others is a great way to have some fun with other players while...
Summary: First of all, this is an older title that fans of the latest and greatest may dismiss right off. That being said the game itself has a lot of entertainment value. This was actually a second copy I purchased for my son, so that we could play the campaign together.
Summary: When my start up disk became compromised, I purchased this product so I could continue playing my game. I like this game because I don't have to go on-line to play and if I change my character's role in the game; the game changes. There are several roles to choose from.
Summary: If you are a D&D fan you owe it to yourself to pick this game up. The first module (the main) is a little boring. It's the last 2 modules that makes this game shine. For the price it's well worth the $$. Many hours of gaming from this title.
Summary: Solid product. Have wasted many a deployed hour leveling up my characters. Not to sure about the multiplayer aspect due to inability to play over the internet but it sounds solid. Love the ability to create your own modulars.
Summary: It's an older game, kinda dated graphics, but I have an older computer and it took me two months to beat the first main game, I'm working on Shadows of Undrentide, and I'm almost thru that, didn't take nearly as long.
Summary: I am an old school game addict. I like a story and playability and this game has both. I am anxious about the new release, because it will be hard to top this one. With the expansion packs that are included there is hundreds of hours of game play and a multitude of character classes and special...