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October 10th, 2011, 21:41
Originally Posted by rune_74 View Post
They play almost exactly the same, control the same. The only differance is the ruleset and higher production quality for the NWN games.

Since you seem so fond of accusing people of this: Have you even played the Drakensang games? Drakensang and NWN might bare extremely basic similarities, but they don't play "exactly the same" with the only difference being the ruleset. NWN1 didn't have a party at the player's command, and the single-player campaign was an afterthought. NWN2 has much more in common, but that wasn't a Bioware game. Even then, NWN2 didn't feel "exactly the same." Drakensang (at least River of Time) had better production values and much better visuals compared to the NWN games, which it should, considering it was released much later. RoT also had a very unique setting that was different from the typical Dn'D fantasy realms seen in NWN. So what exactly was Drakensang "trying so hard to copy" from NWN again? Your Bio-crusades take weird turns sometimes.
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