Neverwinter Nights 2 Review

Just RPG has conjured up their own review of Neverwinter Nights 2, giving Obsidian's RPG sequel an overall score of 80%. essential part of the Neverwinter Nights 2 experience is the immense control one has over one’s character. The developers have refrained from giving character portraits of readymade characters this time around, but if one opts for building one’s own character â€( well, there is pretty much anything one can do with him/her. Apart from mucking around with appearance and wardrobe, there is also the little matter of choosing from 16 classes, 12 base classes, and a series of classes that get unlocked only after certain conditions have been met. Characters go up a level whenever they accumulate a certain number of points, and there are plenty of feats and skills to choose from. Incidentally, if you are not a regular D&D game player, I would recommend allowing the game to recommend level ups. It saves time and is a darn site less intimidating (I remember being staggered by the options in Baldur’s Gate 2. The ones on offer here are much, much more!). This feature also gives Neverwinter Nights 2 phenomenal replay value. No matter how many times you finish the game, there will always be the temptation to try it out one more time - with a different character, attitude, and companions.