When Bioware did it right.9votes I like it
Ragnarblackmane says: To this day I still find hours of enjoyment with the online roleplaying on the persistent world servers The custom content, campaigns, mods, and more from the NWVault has given this game a healthy life of a decade. Something for everyone, truly.
Ragnarblackmane says: Perhaps the second finest crpg made using the DnD rules system. The story is engrossing even to a Forgotten Realms lorekeeper like me and the characters are well developed and interesting. Difficult choices, great combat and humor round it out.
Ragnarblackmane says: Everything they got right about BG1 they improved upon. Maybe the best single player game on GOG for the money.
Ragnarblackmane says: Technically they just used the Bioware Infinity engine but it's a licensed DnD product that they had a big hand in producing. Though the story is not as engrossing compared to earlier efforts, I have fond memories of hack n slash across the IWD.
Ragnarblackmane says: This was exciting as they used the updated 3rd Edition rules which included feats, and the addition of monks among other things. Again not an official Bioware title but it did use the Infinity Engine.
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