Summary: Good if you like to read, too much story and strategy but not enough action. The game takes forever to wind up while changing scenes or saving or loading. Deleting saves is a must. It is too much like the original game NWN except the graphics are a tad bit better, but archaic compared to say Dungeon...
Summary: I cannot see all the hype concerning this game as it is archaic compared to other games of this time such as Dungeon Siege which beats it in graphics, first person camera angles and movement control.
Summary: NWN2 was one of the coolest RPGs I have ever played. What makes it stand out is the high quality of the story line and the great NPCs you bump into -- each with their own personality and agenda. The NWN2 original campaign also offers an amazing amount of game time.
Summary: The system requirements have been majorly increased when compared to the original NWN, although your gaming experience will not be very fun if you meet the basic requirements...NWN 2 is a resource hog.
Summary: After playing Oblivion, this type of role player game just seems outdated, slow, and cumbersome. I have a 19" wide screen and the view still seems too small. Also, the game is pretty linear. You have to finish one mission to get to the next, etc.
Summary: I purchased this title since it was an RPG that seemed to be similar to Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (my favorite RPG of all time). Neverwinter Nights Plantinum performed well as far as graphics are concerned (though not above average) and gameplay wasn't entirely bad.
Summary: Neverwinter nights managed to surprise me... and not in a good way. The story in the core game has to be one of the most bland stories that I have ever encountered. You are simply supposed to save a city from a plague (but as you might have guessed, the plague is not natural!).