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Next Level praises SoU

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Next Level praises SoU

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Wed 18 February 2004, 20:59:35

Tags: Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide

Next Level Gaming (where do they come up with names like that?) posted a review of Shadows of Undrentide giving it customary 93%. They also happen to think that NWN does not receive enough credit.

One of the first areas where you will appreciate this new polish is with the new campaign. What starts as a simple lesson from a well traveled dwarven mage named Master Drogan, soon turns into an ever increasing challenging adventure that pits your character (and trusty selectable henchman (which can even be a kobold bard) in a race against the forces of evil to reclaim 4 stolen artifacts of power. Standard, yes, but Bioware has a masterful way with dialogues trees that provide both good and evil responses options that allow you to role-play your character.

Yeah, Bioware is well known for the masterful way they handle an evil path

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