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Cooler & Coller

Discussion in 'Neverwinter Nights (Classic)' started by Voltric, Aug 15, 2000.

  1. Voltric Gems: 19/31
    Latest gem: Aquamarine

    Jun 29, 2000
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    [​IMG] Everytime I read about NWN it looks cooler and cooler. Go check out the preview at gamespot and saw why this game may be better then even BG2. If all goes according to the plan table-top will finally come into it's own on the PC. What is your feeling?
  2. Wingfoot Guest

    man its lonely over here. NWN looks very cool, i have looked @ various screen shots, many times and the graphics are sweet. i dont know about it being better than BG2, i'll have to find somebody to play with to make a decision.

    1 cool thing about NWN is the fact that a DM can control cheating better than in a multi-player session. very cool.
  3. Simon Gems: 1/31
    Latest gem: Turquoise

    Aug 17, 2000
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    [​IMG] Just the ability to write and download new modules (easily) will make it a must-have! GM's can do more than just moderate a game, they can make it cooler by guiding it in a way no computer-run module could.
    Plus some of my friends firmly believe any good game should have a 3d engine (idiots), so they'll probably be sucked into the game too, whilst they mightn't with BGII...
    I think the story of BGII might even things up between the two games, though. It sounds like it'll be very epic, and I doubt the single-player of NWN will be nearly as good.
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