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SoU finds torrid love at DeadAlfs

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SoU finds torrid love at DeadAlfs

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Fri 15 August 2003, 16:53:56

Tags: Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide

DeadAlfs2k does up their take on Shadows of Undrentide. It's fairly wallowy and sappy, like one of those Harlequin novels with a heaping helping of female horomones! For example:

It's a shame many of the new additions won't be seen within the limited confines of such a great adventure, but there's ALWAYS (and capital letters aren't enough to stress this) the option of going to nwvault.com and downloading a quality user-built adventure appropriate to your character's level and continuing on your path to power, glory or riches - depending on your alignment of course. Quite clearly, the purpose of this expansion is to further the NWN game as it was originally intended, and again, the bundled campaign is merely an example of how much the game has come on in the past 12 months. If the campaign isn't enough to inspire module designers into picking up the gauntlet again, then the expanded features of the Aurora engine will do the job. And let's not forget, if people do start using the stuff included, you?ll need this expansion if you want to keep downloading new content. Even if at the end of the day this expansion is nothing more than a necessary cash injection into Bioware's NWN machine, I'll consider myself a fully paid up member.


Pardon me, I have to go show the contents of my stomach the light of day.

Spotted this at Blue's News.

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