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Neverwinter Nights Diamond

by Atari
Platform : Windows XP
Rated: Mature
178 customer reviews

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Neverwinter Nights Diamond is the total package from the award-winning Neverwinter Nights gameplay. From Bioware the developers of Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights is an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. Neverwinter Nights has been designed specifically for the online, multiplayer environment and the latest in 3D technology. It also allows anyone to experience all the magic of pen & paper Dungeon-Mastering on a home computer. Neverwinter Nights' powerful and user-friendly Solstice Toolset allows creation and population of entire new modular worlds and stories for others to adventure in. Enter a multiplayer module as a DM (Dungeon Master) and alter plots, possess characters and manage combat from behind the scenes all in real-time. Shadows of Undrentide offers role playing fans more Dungeons and Dragons features than the ground breaking original. Additional skills, such as Tumble and Appraise, additional feats, such as Divine Might, Extra Music and Bullheaded, additional new weapons, such as Holy Water Flasks and Choking Powder, additional new prestige classes, such as Harper Scout, additional new monsters from the Dungeon and Dragons universe, such as Medusa, Cockatrice, Sphinx, and Female Fire Giant, and additional new spells. Hordes of the Underdark is the 2nd expansion for the revolutionary role-playing game Neverwinter Nights. BioWare has created a dark and dangerous world of adventure set in the world of D&D. Your mind is sharp from hundreds of books studied, callused hands from years of weapon play, nimble feet from slipping unseen and unheard past thousands of guards and unshakable faith in gods worshipping. But is it enough for the final terror? As the last hope for the Forgotten Realms, you must face the unstoppable and decide the fate for all. As the hero, are you a legend? Epic levels, new prestige classes, new creatures, spells, feats, weapons and new tilesets to explore endles

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  • ASIN: B000B8K7RC
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,714 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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137 of 141 people found the following review helpful By M. DiSpirito on February 6, 2007
Neverwinter Nights (NWN) stands alone amidst a rubble-strewn field of fantasy games. There are too many aspects to NWN to reveal in a simple review, but I must lay out the basics to aid my fellow gamers!

Some general warnings and guidelines for prospective buyers:

- NWN is huge. It is time-consuming. If you want to have fun expect to spend a lot of time doing it. My friend bought the game at my recommendation and he has recently forgotten his girlfriend's name.

- There is a lot of dialogue and reading in NWN. There are books about the history of the world and everything in between. There are hundreds, maybe thousands, of characters in the world to interact with. If you don't like reading or story development (i.e. you prefer action) then avoid NWN like the finger of death.

- NWN is Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) in electronic format. If you don't like magic, monsters, and swords then don't bother. Your character in the game will earn points and increase in power, requiring you to manage his skills and abilities - if you don't like managing stats and inventory then don't bother.

The storyline is immersive. This Diamond Edition comes with so much game it's hard to explain. The original campaign alone is vast - I mean VAST. The Diamond edition comes with the original campaign and two expansion packs (both like the original campaign in size and scope); in addition, the Diamond gives you three premium modules (official add-on adventures) and several smaller adventure packs. For the price you CANNOT find a better deal - if this is your style of game.

Technical notes: your computer should exceed the recommendations on the box. The game runs good at those specs, but the engine is beautiful if your hardware can support it.
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80 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Torrey Peacock on April 5, 2006
This game is almost 4 years old - I got it the day it came out, and I'm still playing and enjoying it a lot. The story here is not quite as good as in Bioware's Baldur's Gate series, but its still better than almost anything else out there. And the real plus is the fan-made content - there are literally hundreds of downloadable adventure "modules" for this game, some of them truly excellent. To the guy who complained about the portraits, I haven't used them in years - there are many very fine ones you can download for free.

There is an issue with this Diamond package - Atari, the producer (not Bioware) altered the main program with some sort of copy protection scheme, which screws it up. But all you have to do is run the update program (included on the DVD), and all is well - the correct file is downloaded and installed. If that worries you, or you don't have a DVD drive, or just want a printed manual, get the Platinum version instead - you can get the "Kingmaker" modules later. But don't miss NWN - this is a really great game!
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By tymorian@kachina.net on February 5, 2012
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10 Years old and still going strong:

If you are considering purchasing Neverwinter Nights, then one of the main factors for the purchase should really be the current state of NWN's persistent worlds. Given the above, a review of those worlds and especially the ones that still have enough players to make them fun seemed in order.

Neverwinter Nights can be one of the best gaming investments you can make. The official campaigns can be fun and will build your gaming skills to a point that you will be familiar with the NWN interface and thus will be able to take advantage of the nearly endless possibilities offered by online campaigns.

I have played on several servers and wanted to share with the reader a very quick review of each.

If you purchase this product or already own NWN I would recommend taking a look at the following servers (They are totally free and have viable player populations.)

Action Servers:

Higher Ground POA (Look for it in the action section of Game Spy) (This world is gigantic, it is a mini MMOG, and has so much to offer that I could write a book sized review about this server alone. Higher Ground has all the standard D&D fair plus the Hells, Abyss, Elysium, and soon the Elder Evils.)

This server is totally free and its game balance and content could easily compete with any pay to play games such as WOW, Everquest or D&D Online etc.

This server requires CEP 2.3 etc. but they made it easy to install everything all at once via their helpful ARF2 download.

Just Google nwn higherground and click the getting started button.

***
Player vs. Player:

Heart of Winter: This is a very well designed world with a heavy Player vs.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Max on February 11, 2006
This game is incredible!

The original game is truely a classic.

Quick story outline: The city of Neverwinter is falling under seige from, not a person, but a disease. You must find the cure by battling your way through the streets of Neverwinter and defeating your foes. Very open-ended game lets you choose which direction you want to take next.

Undrentide Story: Your mentor has had some very important, magical artifacts stolen from him. In your quest to return them safely, a foe has found a way to use one of the artifacts to raise the ancient city of Undrentide back to the skies.

Underdark Story: A seige of the City of Waterdeep has come from below. All manners of ungodly creatures come up from the Underdark and you must stop it all. Amazingly open-ended, you can choose up to 4 different sub-missions once you're there, and you only get to do three before the final battle happens. A great closure to a wonderful epic.

The expansions both are incredible addons to the orginal game, allowing a completely new story to follow, and totally new classes, feats, skills, and levels that act to enhance your control over the character. The replayability of this game is very high, as you can choose hundreds of combinations of classes, feats, weapon specializations, every aspect of the game and character development is in your hands.

Warning: To those hoping to pick up, easily learn a game, and play it will be disappointed. A player must make very precise decisions on character development to get the most out of the character. But if you are; 1) familiar with D&D; 2) have played other D&D games, like Icewind Dale or Baldur's Gate; 3) really want to sit down and learn the vast things to learn about the game, then you are in for a huge treat that will be played over and over.

A true gem!
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