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Couchpotato January 25th, 2013 00:27

Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete Released on GOG
 
I know many either hate the series or love it. NWN 2 in a complete package that includes its two expansions and the additional Ossian-developed adventure Mysteries of Westgate, all for $14.99.

Hint I loved both.;)

Link-http://www.gog.com/gamecard/neverwin…164c1295401b71

JDR13 January 25th, 2013 00:35

I already posted about it in the Pricewatch thread. :)

Couchpotato January 25th, 2013 00:36

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Originally Posted by JDR13 (Post 1061181190)
I already posted about it in the Pricewatch thread. :)

Well I don't check that thread rarely ever do sorry.:p

ToddMcF2002 January 25th, 2013 01:20

Wow. Great content for such a price. I need the second expansion and repurchasing the whole thing probably makes sense at this price point.

Lucky Day January 25th, 2013 03:09

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Originally Posted by Couchpotato (Post 1061181191)
Well I don't check that thread rarely ever do sorry.:p

you should. whoever came up with that thread is a genius.

Trelow January 25th, 2013 03:24

I've got them all already, but will end up rebuying them again. Lost my disks in a move, bought them all up on Direct2Drive back when it existed, but I'm not too keen on ol' GameStop and would rather have GOG installers for my next computer build.

Maylander January 25th, 2013 10:48

I bought it, despite already owning the discs. It's a lot easier to simply download the game than digging through my CD/DVD collection, and it's a crazy amount of bang per buck.

DArtagnan January 25th, 2013 10:50

More than worth the money, IMO. Fantastic package.

Gaxkang January 25th, 2013 14:24

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Originally Posted by Trelow (Post 1061181215)
but I'm not too keen on ol' GameStop and would rather have GOG installers for my next computer build.

What's wrong with their installer? Is it just extra DRM?

Trelow January 25th, 2013 21:39

you've got a client you have to download and download your games through that now. I don't have much faith in their long term stability either. The gog installers I can archive and never have to worry about.

azraelck January 27th, 2013 04:05

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Originally Posted by Trelow (Post 1061181356)
you've got a client you have to download and download your games through that now. I don't have much faith in their long term stability either. The gog installers I can archive and never have to worry about.

This is exactly why I prefer to buy from GoG, and haven't made hardly any gaming purchases outside of there in the past year or so.

I've gotten 41 purchases, a number of which have anywhere from 3-7 games in them, and about as many in my wishlist. *sigh* if only the days were longer. They just picked up Avernum 1-6 and Blades of Avernum as well. Guess I'll be heading to GoG this week sometime…

Pessimeister January 27th, 2013 09:24

This is a very tempting package since it also contains Mysteries of Westgate, a lesser known but nonetheless excellent quality expansion.
Despite the fact I already own boxed editions of NWN2, MotB and SoZ, can't help but be interested in this. The bonus material sounds swell too.

Nameless one January 27th, 2013 10:57

I never played Mysteries of westgate did anyone here play it?I found no review for it so can anyone share impressions?

Crilloan January 27th, 2013 10:59

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Originally Posted by Nameless one (Post 1061181554)
I never played Mysteries of westgate did anyone here play it?I found no review for it so can anyone share impressions?

I might differ from most, but I felt Mysteries of Westgate to be underwhelming.


I would on the other hand happily replay NWN2 just to play Mask of the Betrayer again.

C

Pessimeister January 27th, 2013 11:55

Here's an interesting review from Iron Tower Studio's Vault Dweller (Age of Decadence project leader) which might help you make a choice about the game:

http://www.rpgcodex.net/article.php?id=192

I agree it wasn't as compelling or narratively as well written as Mask of the Betrayer, but I enjoyed the possible choices within the story generally a little more than Storm of Zehir.

txa1265 January 27th, 2013 16:29

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Originally Posted by Nameless one (Post 1061181554)
I never played Mysteries of westgate did anyone here play it?I found no review for it so can anyone share impressions?

Too bad there wasn't a RPGWatch Review … ;)

DArtagnan January 27th, 2013 16:56

I believe I've purchased them all already, but I couldn't resist this package. Too much goodness. Downloading now :)

joxer January 27th, 2013 18:57

I never bought NWN2 expansions as the vanilla game was unbelievably bad.
And I can resist.

Pessimeister January 27th, 2013 19:14

Well if you don't wish to experience one of the better cRPG stories in the last ten years (in MotB) then too bad for you. :) It's your loss.

txa1265 January 27th, 2013 19:19

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Originally Posted by joxer (Post 1061181590)
I never bought NWN2 expansions as the vanilla game was unbelievably bad.
And I can resist.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pessimeister (Post 1061181592)
Well if you don't wish to experience one of the better cRPG stories in the last ten years (in MotB) then too bad for you. :) It's your loss.

I think it is fair to say that NWN2 divides even D&D fans … personally I love it, but I don't hold it against those who do not. :)


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