Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete Edition Available on GOG

Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete Edition is now available for purchase on GOG.com for $14.99 and includes the original game and three expansions: Mask of the Betrayer, Storm of Zehir, and Mysteries of Westgate — that’s approximately 100 hours worth of campaigns. Also included in the digital download package are three soundtracks, three manuals, and 15 avatars.

Neverwinter Nights 2 may have been a little rough out of the gate, but after numerous patches and expansion packs, it’s now in a state that makes it a classic worthy of being in any RPG player’s collection — especially those who are also tabletop RPG players, given the game is based on a modified Dungeons & Dragons 3.5 ruleset.

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4 Comments on Neverwinter Nights 2 Complete Edition Available on GOG

Kevin

On January 24, 2013 at 4:24 pm

The storyline for the first game is epic and wide, and Crossroad Keep was a great little twist.

Mask of the Betrayer is Planescapesque, though the spirit eater mechanic was incredibly annoying (though mods helped deal with it.) The storyline is truly something to behold.

Mysteries of Westgate was probably the only true miss of the series (Storm of Zehir had it’s own charm to it).

Ammon Jerro is probably one of the better designed characters in a video game. Come to think of it, almost all the epically designed characters in RPG’s, from The Nameless One, Kreia, Ammon, all creations of the guys who made up Obsidian.

Dratkin

On January 24, 2013 at 7:50 pm

I love all things Neverwinter. I really wish NWN 1&2 were both available on Consoles. It could play much like Dragon Age. That would be awesome.

Axetwin

On January 25, 2013 at 12:19 am

I really wanted to like this game. However i couldnt get past the fact that the camera controls like a$$ for this game. For me personally, the game is unplayable because anytime the mouse gets anywhere near the edge of the screen the camera spins around like Beethjuice’s head. You can only stand to play a game that makes you physically sick for so long.

Kevin

On January 25, 2013 at 1:35 pm

Axetwin,

I think they got the camera better in MOTB, and there’s a few ways around it. It isn’t ideal granted, but it makes the game playable.

It’s a shame, because you are missing some really great characters, and a great storyline in MOTB. The first had a cliche story (though well done) with well rounded characters, MOTB had a bit weaker characters (except Okku/One of Many) but a far better story.