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6.0 out of 10

Nox

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WraithGlade, Metacritic
9 August 2014
  • Summary: Despite the fact that this game is old, it probably still to this day has the best core gameplay of any action RPG ever created. The competitive multiplayer component is by far the best implementation of "Diablo like" player versus player combat in existence. Diablo's PvP is utterly pathetic in comparison (and I'm including all 3 Diablo games).
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gabriot, Metacritic
1 May 2014
  • Summary: To this date this game has the best combat for any isometric/top view "hack n slash" rpg that I have ever played. It is a very unique game in it's own right. Pretty much every single game of this style copies the Diablo formula of having randomized items, one same story for every class, respawning enemies/bosses, and a centralized town that you keep coming back through each stage or act.
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sherif_dba, Metacritic
28 November 2013
  • Summary: Best Game Ever I hope there is a new version of it or even a renew the old one with New HD one Westwood company is a great one i hope after EA take the lead of Westwood Projects that continue developing nox
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MrBuzzkill, Metacritic
5 May 2013
  • Summary: Nox is an exciting action RPG. One thing that's appealing is that while the game has interesting lore, not much of it is thrown at you at the beginning. Instead, it's given in small bits as the plot progresses. You play as a guy from our own world, so it's easy to relate. All in all, a wonderfully cheesy, humorous and entertaining take on the Diablo-type gameplay. P.S. You're going to love the Staff of Oblivion.
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JohnLemon, Metacritic
20 January 2013
  • Summary: It's a really underrated gem. It has flaws and game is linear as hell, but because of my nostalgia and how good and entertaining this game is, i can easily forget those things and replay all 3 campaigns again. I liked this game as a kid, i like this game now, must be played by any fan of RPG games.
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kokobollo, Metacritic
13 December 2012
  • Summary: underrated game. most see this game as RPG, actually it is ACTION game! story plot is quite rough, but enjoyable. Above all, essence of nox is multiplay, i must say it is 2D quake!
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eyEZix, Metacritic
10 March 2012
  • Summary: This game is still much fun today. A very unique game for the time it came out even though it has similarities to some games of the same era and genre. Simply put this game is fun with a pretty absorbing storyline.
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Overall 10
10

Amazing

Overstock
15 June 2006
  • Summary: The single player on this game is... terrible at best. It is fairly slow-paced and a good player will become bored with it fairly quickly. The multi-player however, is among the best I have ever seen. Fast-paced, cutthroat action will keep you on your toes and sweatting for hours. I highly recommend this game. If you do purchase it, dont give up on the game. Multi-player has a bit of a learning curve.
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Overall 8
8.0

Nox

Overstock
31 May 2006
  • Summary: This is a good rpg game with decent graphics and a fairly large inventory of weapons and armor. The plot is like most of them. You fight evil and become stronger and destroy the source of the evil. The only difference is in this you start out in a trailer park and you get sucked back in time or something. Kinda weird but nonetheless it is a good game. I bought it and played it through twice.
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Overall 8
8.0

Ahh Nox

P. J. Coffey, amazon.co.uk
9 April 2013
  • Summary: Good times have been had with this game. It's a little disconcerting that this quest based 3rd person game has all the Australian accents in the world, but you get over it. If you've played Diablo, this isn't it. It's much less horrible to look at and the maps aren't all randomly generated. You have three classes of character, Fighter: hit stuff with a variety of weapons, bit of chakrum action Wizard: cast spells and lay spell mines.
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