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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.
Races are missing or am I just remembering wrong? I'm pretty sure last time I played I wasn't 100% human, but something really close .. Hmmmmm this is odd.

Screenshot http://postimage.org/image/x9m8pex1v/

Some races are definitely missing.
Post edited January 25, 2013 by bouncedk
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bouncedk: Races are missing or am I just remembering wrong? I'm pretty sure last time I played I wasn't 100% human, but something really close .. Hmmmmm this is odd.
Did you remember to check the subraces? Like the Aasimar and the Tieflings?
Thank you GOG, you made my day (and quite possibly ruined my weekend plans :-))!
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bouncedk: Races are missing or am I just remembering wrong? I'm pretty sure last time I played I wasn't 100% human, but something really close .. Hmmmmm this is odd.
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staticblast: Did you remember to check the subraces? Like the Aasimar and the Tieflings?
Just ran through the options but couldn't see any?
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gameon: Thankyou. I have started the download. So basically, it will be compatible with the GOG version? It's an exe file, so basically once i have installed the main game, it should be a simple update.

It's only 150mb, but if it's as good as it sounds, it should be good.
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Fenixp: I've played it on my GOG version, so I'm fairly sure it'll run fine on yours as well. There is no (or just seldom) voice acting and most of the assets are taken from the original game, thus the small size: I can assure you that the adventure itself is quite epic, altho divided into small parts, apart from demon campaign which is a single open location. I didn't really mind the almost episodic approach of the first two parts, they are very seemlessly joined together and at least you can;t break anything that would emerge 5 hours into the campaign.
After trying it out, i just cannot get into it. It's mostly due to the game engine being really slow, the camera angle being irritating. 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. As i started from fresh, all i had was a level one character.

I've come to the conclusion that the game itself just isn't for me. Much too drawn out for my liking. Dull.
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staticblast: Did you remember to check the subraces? Like the Aasimar and the Tieflings?
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bouncedk: Just ran through the options but couldn't see any?
Aasimar and Tieflings should be subraces of Planetouched, I think humans do not have any subraces (Aasimar really look like humans though).
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bouncedk: Just ran through the options but couldn't see any?
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yrucrem: Aasimar and Tieflings should be subraces of Planetouched, I think humans do not have any subraces (Aasimar really look like humans though).
Ah yes you're right - I was expecting the sub-races to be in the list of races as well, my mistake :)
Thanks to both of you.
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bouncedk: Just ran through the options but couldn't see any?
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yrucrem: Aasimar and Tieflings should be subraces of Planetouched, I think humans do not have any subraces (Aasimar really look like humans though).
The only reason the planetouched aren't listed as a human subrace is because you could technically have a half-elf genasi.
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grumblycakes: That's good news but full retail is $20? That seems off for an 7 year old game... it should be in the 10$ tier.
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$.

And best of all you have soundtracks, a clean installer and fully patched to latest version.

This was an insta buy for me, totally worth it :-)
inb4 camera issues grief
This game really loves my 'new' hardware. Runs so much better than it did back when the game was released lol.
Damn you gog... you just ruined my weekend... and possibly the rest of next week as well :D
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.
"Ah D&D, are you a balm against the cold sting of loneliness or did you in fact create the very isolation we endure?"

I love this game, but be careful with modifications - many of the game breaking bugs that people complained about were caused by cutscenes that stalled or broke because animations could not fire due to extensions.

As people have said, save often, backup your saves, and even then be prepared to deal with a broken savegame.

I don't want to paint too bleak a picture, but I played hundreds of hours of this game and I think I ran into almost every major bug it was possible to run into.
How big are the partys in 2? A lot of people complained about the lack of party in NWN 1 and further more the lack of henchman control but to be honest I loved it. It was one less thing for me to worry about.