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Mask of the Betrayer, Storm of Zehir, and Mysteries of Westgate expansions included!

Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete, the ultimate edition of Obsidian's RPG set in the all time favorite Dungeons & Dragons setting, the Forgotten Realms, is now available 25% off on GOG.com. That's $14.99, this week only.

Ah, Forgotten Realms, after all the days we've spent treading your paths, you seem like home. Whenever the world around us seems oppressive and dark, whenever life gets us down--our mind escapes to your green fields, your rocky mountains, your lush forests. We cherish the memories of our bold ventures into your deep undergrounds, filled with dangerous beasts and traps, yet luring us with promise of great riches and unsurpassed power. We still tremble at the thought of the vengeful gods and goddesses that toy with the fates of your inhabitants, and the perplexing magic that fills you to the brim. We fondly remember the long evenings spent in the warmth and security of your many taverns and inns, where a single conversation could usher us into a new quest. Now comes the time to visit you once more.

Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete revisits many of the iconic locations known from previous D&D computer RPGs, and adds even more--all in a beautifully rendered environment. The game has been praised for faithfully executing the D&D 3.5 ruleset, delivering a captivating story and vivid characters, and vastly improving the visuals in comparison to its predecessor. With four full campaigns and adventure sets to embark upon, a set of tools to create your own adventures, and fully patched and ready to go, this is the version you just can't afford to miss!

Can you hear it now? Can you hear the rattling of D20 dice rolling? That's the sound of adventure! Tag along, get Neverwinter Nights 2: Complete, for only $14.99 until Thursday, January 31, at 10:59AM GMT.
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CowboyBebop: You are really testing me aren't you GOG? I made a new years resolution not to buy any games for a little while then you come out with Avernum and NWN 2! At this rate I won't even be able to keep it for a month!
The little while you mention has passed. You have my permission to buy games again.
Oh, man. I can't decide between buying now or waiting for a promo.
Now, my backlog is huuuuuuge, but this looks so damn interesting. Also I'm not sure how my PC will handle it since you guys have mentioned the unoptimized engine and whatnot.
I was on another website and it said NWN 2 does not run on 64 bit OS - does any1 know of an issue ?
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Ian: I was on another website and it said NWN 2 does not run on 64 bit OS - does any1 know of an issue ?
It must run.. I have Winter 2 in some Steam. Usually in gog games anyway we should make those run in XP or some son of an administrator. =)
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Ian: I was on another website and it said NWN 2 does not run on 64 bit OS - does any1 know of an issue ?
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Antimateria: It must run.. I have Winter 2 in some Steam. Usually in gog games anyway we should make those run in XP or some son of an administrator. =)
thank you, i'll leave it on my wishlist then :D

obviously I was concerned, after being so excited of the release :)
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Antimateria: It must run.. I have Winter 2 in some Steam. Usually in gog games anyway we should make those run in XP or some son of an administrator. =)
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Ian: thank you, i'll leave it on my wishlist then :D

obviously I was concerned, after being so excited of the release :)
I'm just bad to the bone.. But I like games. =)
Who has the.pack for $11.99?
I just bought this and it occured to me it might be kind of bitch to play without all the maps/books/cards that it probably came with sitting right in front of me, ala NWN 1. Or am I totally wrong about this? It's not a big deal I was just curious and I can't actually download it till midnight so I'm sitting here thinking of stupid questions I can ask about it untill then.

Side Note: Anyone still have the cloth map NWN came with. I still have that frail son of bitch tucked away in an autographed Salughterhouse 5. I figured it was best to keep all my valuables together. :P
Post edited January 26, 2013 by tinyE
This definitely goes to the wishlist. I still have Baldur's Gate 2 and Icewind Dale 2 to play so I won't being playing this for a while.
I always loved treasure hunts as a kid! Imagine all the stuff you can find in this game...if you are on the hunt, this might be of interest...

http://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=102046&whichpage=86
Post edited January 27, 2013 by anjohl
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Ganni1987: Actually I find the price to be very reasonable, 7 year old game or not. Buying all these games separately in a retail box they'd cost you more than 20$.
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doady: The Platinum Edition retail box was only $20 when it was released a year ago. I would have expected a digital download version of the game one year later to be $15 at most.
You can't compare digital with retail. I bought King's Bounty: Crossworlds GOTY for 6€ more than a year ago and it's on all digital stores for 20-25$. By the way this is not Platinum edition :) but Complete Edition.
That means one more expansion pack and bonus content like 3 complete soundtracks for example. I think that 20$ price is appropriate for this amount of content. And you can buy it now for only 15$ so where's the problem. :)
Post edited January 27, 2013 by MichiGen
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doady: The Platinum Edition retail box was only $20 when it was released a year ago. I would have expected a digital download version of the game one year later to be $15 at most.
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MichiGen: You can't compare digital with retail. I bought King's Bounty: Crossworlds GOTY for 6€ more than a year ago and it's on all digital stores for 20-25$. By the way this is not Platinum edition :) but Complete Edition.
That means one more expansion pack and bonus content like 3 complete soundtracks for example. I think that 20$ price is appropriate for this amount of content. And you can buy it now for only 15$ so where's the problem. :)
I personally think all digital products prices should "degrade" a certain amount every year to represent the real world market. The lack of downward pressure is my biggest complaint about DD.
Loking at the sales list, NWN 2 seems to be doing quite well so far. It's almost caught up with the Larry bundle.
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gameon: After trying it out, i just cannot get into it.
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It's mostly due to the game engine being really slow, the camera angle being irritating.
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I like knowing exactly where i'm supposed to go and what i'm supposed to do. I found myself wondering around trying to find how to trigger the next event.
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As i started from fresh, all i had was a level one character.
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I've come to the conclusion that the game itself just isn't for me. Much too drawn out for my liking. Dull.
I'm sorry to hear you didn't like it. Did/do you dislike the OC, the modules, or the whole game?
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So the game IS still slow as hell on certain systems? Well that sucks.

Hey Gog Staff(Or anyone in a position to answer/get results to this issue) - Would it be possible to coax the original devs/creators of the game to release a patch to fix some of these issues like how Arx Fatalis got a patch after it was released on GOG? Or are there any unofficial/fan patches that address the slowness/inefficiency of the game engine? Just curious.
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I'm sort of a mixed bag. I like it when a game tells me(Through NPC dialogue, journal entries, etc) some basic info about where I have to go/who I have to talk to/etc to advance or complete a quest/mission, but I don't usually like being told in more blatant ways(Quest arrows, etc.) To me it just ruins some of the challenge in playing the game.
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Well that's usually what you get when starting most RPGs/expansions(In some cases they give you a boost in levels to compensate for tougher enemies/etc.). ;)
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Well that sucks.......have you tried any fan modules yet to see if you like(d) them any better?
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liquidsnakehpks: inb4 camera issues grief
Compared to how slowly the game runs on some systems the camera issues are practically a non-issue.
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Darkcloud: Woah the game still doesn't run well with AA on on my PC. The engine is really poorly optimized. On the other hand CPU usage is nearly non existent.
Using the tweak guide this user listed should help you get the game to run at a tolerable frame rate. :)
Post edited January 27, 2013 by GameRager
it's times like these that I remember how much it sucks to have a terrible PC