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 looking for a good RPG experience, then I would reccomend World of Warcraft instead. This game is fun, but is has the 'raw' feeling of an easily hackable game. This is because they include the developement package that they themselves used to create the the game.
Summary: From my point of view, the game is entertaining, but I don't think it's for everyone. It's a hardcore RPG that may seem a bit overwhelming when getting started. I suggest reading the manual if you're not a D&D player, although it's long and monotonous and gets confusing at times; it helped me a lot.
Summary: Enter a world of magic and adventure in Neverwinter Nights Gold Edition. This pack includes both the original Neverwinter Nights and the Shadows of Unrentide Expansion. This game is a RPG with both single and multiplayer modes.
Summary: I like this game a lot. Forgive the length of this review - this is a long game, which has a lot of elements. For starters, the sounds are excellent. The voice-overs are a little goofy; I get a little tired of Tomi's "hokey-dokie!", but the sound effects are very nice.
Summary: I just bought this game recently in Iraq; it seems to have problems with my laptop. My laptop is an averatec, and only a couple months old; but while the graphics themselves are awesome, the text on the menus and item descriptions are so blurry as to be entirely unreadable.
Summary: I'm enjoying the game for the most part. The graphics are very good. The story is interesting. Voice acting is really good. What flaws it has isn't going to make me stop playing the game, but they are still annoying. As I play NWN, I can't help but campare it to Diablo 2.
A mix of the original Baldur's Gate series an the Dark Alliance Series
From Detroit, Amazon
20 October 2004
Summary: Neverwinter Nights picks up where Baldur's Gate 2 left off with the engine of the game. It's much more fluid to control your character. While there's more story and character development here than in the DA series, it still pales in comparison to the orignial BG series.
Summary: Most people quickly point out that w/ both expansion packs, this game is over 100 hours long. While that is a plus, the buyer should beware: 100 hours is equal to over four days of non-stop game player (if you also sleep, it's actually closer to a full week).