Summary: Not worth investing too much time into. Before level 60, it's not as obvious that it's a pay to win game. At level 60, if you pve everything is fine unless you like being kicked out of dungeons so you can't loot.
Summary: The game have a nice story and can be played... and that's just about it. There is very evident paywall between you and everything else - any upgrade for your companions, gear, and respec points.
Summary: The game looks good. Wizards are okay and warriors feel okay. But... Clerics are so badly designed one wonders if the team on them ever actually played D&D. But that's not why the game is poor overall. Like most MMOs NW fails to make my character feel special. I have no need to be a foot-soldier.
Summary: A huge disappointment, and I will explain why. (1) Forget about customizing your character. Unlike in something like DDO.com, where even in character creation you're picking feats, skills, spells and stats, Neverwinter gives you almost no ability to customize your character.
Summary: Neverwinter Nights itself is a brilliant game, but everything about this 'Gold Edition' suggests that Atari are just trying to squeeze out every last ounce of profit for the minimum possible outlay.
Summary: This is not the same as the official American NWN Gold package. There is no printed game manual included, only online PDF files. The contents include the 4 CDs in two DVD cases, with the key stuck on behind. Atari are cheapskates. Get the original version with a nice think ringbound manual.
Summary: Eigentlich ein Wahnsinn was ein F2P-Spiel so kosten kann. Da lobe ich mir doch ein modell da ist dann schon alles dabei. Und die Abwicklung ist in diesem Fall leider auch ein Drama gewesen. Finger weg, einfach downloaden und nichts kaufen.