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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 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.

Obsidian on board?
Surprise, surprise!...
Holly mother of cow!
At some point yes...As for now I'll skip.

So no Bard's Tale today?
cool game I guess... funny story, I bought it in a box but never played it.

the reason is the first Neverwinter Nights - an awesome game, but I never finished it, because my roommate to whom I've introduced it played it all day long when I had to sit next to him and study, so I basically saw the whole playthrough and had absolutely no intention to finish it myself :(

true, sad story...

GOG heard my Christmas wish for NWN2

now to cobble together some funds. . .
JMich: Obsidian on board?
Nope, Hasbro.
Might be Wizards of the Coast, they seem to have the Gamersgate version published (Or Hasbro as stated above xD)

Already picked it up on Steam a long time ago though, well worth the buy for me despite a lot of purist complaints surrounding the game ^^
Post edited January 24, 2013 by Pheace
Neat! No wait... DAMN! I don't own all D&D games on GOG anymore! Crap...

Anyway, haven't played it yet but I'm really looking up to it. :)
keeveek: Nope, Hasbro.
Damn, only English... Steam version was multilingual :(
Vampire Bloodlines next please

Can't believe this :D Thanks !
RS1978: Damn, only English... Steam version was multilingual :(
Steam registry's been updating with a lot of D&D titles, it's quite possible it's coming back. Perhaps the one on GG is still mulitlingual?