Neverwinter Nights 2 Review

Geek World has dished up a lengthy review of Neverwinter Nights 2, ultimately giving the RPG sequel an overall score of 8/10 but promising a 9/10 if the multiplayer aspect takes off.
The level design of the Official Campaign is also pretty good, for the most part. This is especially true if you were tortured by the first part's tile-based landscapes. In Neverwinter Nights 2, you will have areas that take full advantage of the new technologies. A village built on a cliff. A suburb of Neverwinter with a winding road. Neverwinter Nights has turned full circle and finally arrived at where I had imagined it should be, so many years ago.

So far, I haven't been disappointed by the official campaign. It's a great deal of fun. It is a lot better than the campaign in the original Neverwinter Nights. It's better than the two expansions, as well. It feels a little like Baldur's Gate, really, which is not too surprising if you look at who wrote it. I think in the end it is a very solid design that should please anybody who enjoys CRPGs.