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SoU pow wow over at PC.IGN

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SoU pow wow over at PC.IGN

Interview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 17 April 2003, 05:25:11

Tags: Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide

PC.IGN has a neat interview with the BioWare chaps about Shadows of Undrentide.

IGNPC: Can you also describe the experience that is Neverwinter Nights? Could you possibly detail the experience you'd expect all types of gamers to receive from Shadows of Undrentide?

Tom Ohle:
Neverwinter Nights is one of the closest adaptations to date of Wizards of the Coast's 3rd Edition Dungeons & Dragons rules on the PC (soon to be Mac and Linux, as well). Aside from a great CRPG, Neverwinter Nights also offers gamers the ability to create their own adventures with the BioWare's Aurora Neverwinter Nights Toolset. There are currently over 2000 user-created modules available for download through the game's numerous fansites, and the BioWare Live Team is continually developing new features for the game. Shadows of Undrentide gives those module creators even more customizability, and offers a number of new features for all fans of role-playing games. All of the new creatures, character classes, spells, etc. are officially licensed Dungeons & Dragons elements.


Yeah, Tom. It's one of the closest implimentations because there's only three of them. Other variations of this statement, for the future, Tom, would include, It's the closest implimentation to 3E ever made by Canadians who work with me.

Spotted this at VoodooExtreme

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