NWN2 - Review @ RPGDot
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December 7th, 2006, 06:15
Yeah wasnt bad, except for the funny spelling errors. At first I thought maybe he meant to use the word "defiantly" in a creative way, as in the game defies the standard of under 40 hr length of games - "So this game will
last the distance in terms of length of the main campaign."
But later after it has been said to be "defiantly worth the cost" and "defiantly a leap over the original", it was evident that was not the case. He finally came around, and declared it "
worth the cost if your pc can run it" in his final roundup. Also spelled the word whether, "weather"
I'm not usually a grammar nazi, but gross infractions with a comical bent always get me fidgeting.
At least he didnt give us a NWN or worse yet a D&D history lesson, or try and dazzle us with a load of who's who inside baseball talk before the review proper. Ive started just skipping those in any review I see, and get into the review of the game itself.
Not a terribly good review, but not a particularly bad one either. Just needs a glance from a grammar nazi
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