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Hordes steams up RPGDot's glasses

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Thu 29 January 2004, 16:06:26

Tags: Neverwinter Nights: Hordes of the Underdark

RPGDot has posted a stellar review of the lastest expansion pack to Neverwinter Nights, which would be the one with the Drow and stuff, Hordes of the Underdark. They gave it their Platinum Choice thingy, even:

I had as much fun with this game as I did with Temple of Elemental Evil for exactly the opposite reasons: Fully realized and interesting NPCs as opposed to using my imagination, fast paced combat to turn based, strong story over - er - classic story. After I send this review off I'll probably be back into Hordes for another rampage through the depths of the world. I rarely complete a game more than twice, traditionally, and I completed both Temple and Hordes three times. Either my patience is increasing (not likely) or recent games are increasing in quality of replayability. I hope it's the latter ... though my crash-inducing soundcard hopes its the former, I'm sure.​

I completed ToEE three times, but I couldn't begin to get enough interest up to even write a review of Hordes of the Underdark, let alone play it again. It wasn't awful like Neverwinter Nights, but it wasn't that interesting either.

Thanks, Garrett!

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