Summary: NWN is definitely one of the best games I have ever played. The plot is interesting, comes with good animation and even decent music. I have to admit, one of the things that really affect a game for me is character creation.
Summary: For starters this games is just about fully custamisable allowing very fine tuning of your characters look. This is not only the good thing about this game, the story is also completely controlled by how you want to play and and story adapts to what you want.
Summary: What a cracking game, forget the stigma surrounding D&D games, just buy this game and get stuck in, avoiding the real world for a few hours aint gonna turn you insane. This game combines great graphics and a wonderfull story to keep you busy, a real sense of achievment is found when you complete a...
Summary: I won't repeat what has been written below but the problem I had with myCD key was the font used for the sticker: the A's were indistinguishablefrom the R's, and the D's looked like O's. After a [fairly] long-windedprocess of elimination, the key was accepted. Game is good tho'!
Summary: Er... Yes, the CD key is in a slightly strange place. I saw it when getting the CDs from the pack to install the game though, so for me that's not enough to lose it a star. Sure, the manual's electronic (what do you expect in slimline DVD packaging?) but it's all pretty straightforward.
Summary: One of the earliest rpg games produced for the PC arena. It is well executed, easy to play and totally addictive like any good game should be. The manual helps you when you begin so you can build an avatar that is unique rather than opting for an off the peg character.
Summary: I was looking for a great RPG, with good interaction, combat and graphics, and NeverWinter delivers. The graphics are great for a game of its age, and the controls arent too confusing, so you can get things done easily. Overall, I would definitely recommend this game very highly!