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Neverwinter Nights: Deluxe Edition

Released on 03 July 2008

Rating: 12+ (PEGI)

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Neverwinter Nights has captured the hearts and minds of PC gamers worldwide with one of the most captivating Dungeons & Dragons role-playing experiences to ever grace a computer screen. This revolutionary game offers brilliant action, stunning visuals and epic intrigue for both solo and multiplayer journeys.

Neverwinter Nights: The award-winning Neverwinter Nights includes the original 60-hour official adventure and the amazing Aurora Toolset to create your own adventures.

Shadows of Underentide: This first best selling expansion pack includes an additional 20-hour single player adventure, 5 new character classes, new skills, new weapons and over 16 new monsters, 30 new feats and 50 new spells.

Hordes of the Underdark: The second official expansion pack includes a new single player campaign set amidst the foreboding Underdark and designed for high-level characters thanks to the Epic Level gameplay. Also includes new prestige classes, creatures and feats.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (4 reviews)

 Aribeth! Wooo!

| | See all MikeOfThunder's reviews (45)

Neverwinter Nights, 5 years in the making... was worth every single second!! Its fairly dated now especially with the release of NWN2 but even now it still has a good punch!!!

The story is fantastic set over many maps and lots of interesting and wonderful creatures to meet! The class system in this beats Fable, Oblivion and anyother role-play game out there!! Its brilliant and i'm a big fan of those other games!

Choose your path from good or evil, lawful or Chaotic. Combined with great ad-ons this game is worth buying but be warned that you will get addicted if your into this type of thing!

Neverwinter Nights -
*Story = 5 Star
*Online = 5 Star (However, i doubt people play it anymore)
*Game Play = 5 Star

Shadows Of The Undrentide -
*Story = 2 Star (I didn't actually complete it, couldn't be bothered)
*Game Play = 5 Star

Hordes Of The Underdark -
*Story = 5 Star
*Game Play = 5 Star

In all, this is a fairly old but fantastic game!! Do buy if your a fan of these type of Role-Play, strategy games!

 Amazing value for money

| | See all Droniac's reviews (1)

Neverwinter Nights and its expansion packs not only offer solid singleplayer campaigns, excellent gameplay and a quality co-op experience. They're also supported by an enormous modding community that has created literally thousands of mods, ranging from full new modules to just new characters, that will guarantee many hundreds of hours of fun.

It'll take many dozens of hours to finish the official campaigns, which you'll likely want to replay a couple of times as differing characters. There are a lot of classes and alignments to choose from, as is standard in D&D. This ensures high replayability in spite of the game environments and progression being entirely linear.

The story is solid, but formulaic, fantasy fare. If you're an avid reader of fantasy, then you might be a little disappointed. It never rises beyond the level of mediocre fantasy novels, unlike more recent RPGs such as Dragon Age: Origins, The Witcher or even Neverwinter Nights 2. That being said, it still stands head and shoulders above the likes of Fable or Oblivion in this regard.

On the gameplay front it is a very interesting game. It plays much like Knights of the Old Republic, with a party at your disposal that you do not fully control. In the expansion you can change their equipment and talk to them to adjust their tactics, but that's the extent of your control over them. NWN doesn't offer much in the way of voicework either, but there is a lot of talking to be done so you'll be reading a lot of text. This sound archaic in comparison to modern RPGs, but a few hours in you get used to it and the presentation is such that you're not squinting the entire time trying to read lines.

Multiplayer functionality is included, which allows both co-op in the singleplayer campaign as well as user-made modules. Several creative individuals have even managed to create their own persistent worlds, which are basically free-to-play mini-MMORPGs. There are also countless of excellent singleplayer modules to download, many of which are considered to be superior to the official singleplayer campaign.

The only possible way you could go wrong with this purchase is if you're just not the kind of gamer that enjoys a classic fantasy RPG. Much of your time will be spent talking to NPCs and crawling through dungeons with typical BioWare/Obsidian-style RPG gameplay. It's not a button-mashing action-RPG (Diablo), nor a turn-based flashy game with little substance (Final Fantasy) and you're not a free man roaming a world with next-to-no direction (Oblivion).

It's top-down, linear, semi-real-time RPG gameplay with a party. If you've never experienced that sort of game, then this is the perfect start. It's the most accessible game of its kind, with a decent singleplayer tale to get you started and countless mods to keep you going.

You should be paying extra for this game, it's worth it.

 Absolutely excellent role-playing game

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Overall, my opinion reflects that of MikeOfThunder, but I think Shadows of Undrentide is deserving of 4 stars, since it is not as good as the others, but it has a decent story and introdues you to the Faithful Kobold Companion: Deekin.

 Best RPG ever?

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Probably. The game is dated graphically, but still great in other ways. The story is brilliant, the gameplay fantastic. The only games which can rival this, in my opinion, are SW: KOTOR and Baldurs Gate 2.

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Rating12+ (PEGI)
Minimum RequirementsCPU: Pentium 2 450 MHz (minimum) - Pentium 3 800 MHz (recommended)
RAM: 128 MB (minimum) - 256 MB (recommended)
Windows: 98/XP/VISTA with DirectX 9.0c
Graphics card: 16 MB OpenGL 1.2 (minimum) - GeForce 2 or higher (recommended)
Sound card: DirectX 9.0c compatible
Disk space: 2 GB
Disc drive: 8x DVD-ROM
Multiplayer: Broadband, 56K Modem