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Brand new and the best evar NWN review!
Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Tue 11 May 2004, 22:54:42Tags: BioWare; Neverwinter Nights
Game Chart has decided to open up a PC section with a bang, and what could be better then a brand new Neverwinter Nights review written by a guy named FireBot? Absolutely nothing! Especially when the review is deep enough to note that the game play is what makes this game great, which is true, btw, as I've never heard anybody saying that inventory management makes a game great. Anyway, I had (more then) a few beers, so I feel chatty. I'm sorry. Not really, but anyway...
The story it follows is you are the hero that is trying to help the 'queen' find a cure for the disease that is plaguing the city of Neverwinter. I don't want go into any more detail then that, because I don't want to ruin the story. Let me tell you that from what I have seen the story line is amazing! Neverwinter Nights also has a Multiplayer mode that lets you play over the internet on a server someone made on a quest that they made as well. I think that this is the coolest feature because it allows you to interact with actual humans so it is a lot easier to form a technical battle plan where as if it is an AI partner you can only give them simple commands like 'Stand Your Ground' and 'Guard Me'. But with a human obviously the possibilities are endless! Another thing is at the beginning of a campaign mode, or when you first go to a server online you need to make a new character. To do this you get many options. You get to choose the gender, race, portrait, class, alignment, abilities, and look/name/age of your character. In addition to choosing all of that you also get to chose if your character starts with any objects (weapons, armor, etc.). With all these options your character can be exactly how you want him or her to be. Just another reason why this game is so great!How funny is this? Ok, I saved the best line for last: "Also some of the people you will talk to actually talk with words, so you don't always have to read a ton of text!" Ok, I will go now and practice talking with words.