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Gamer's Click on Christmas buying lists

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Gamer's Click on Christmas buying lists

Editorial - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Mon 9 December 2002, 21:44:44

Tags: Neverwinter Nights

Gamer's Click has posted their picks for Christmas buying, including Dungeon Siege, Icewind Dale 2, Freedom Force, and Neverwinter Nights. Here's what they say about NWN:

Neverwinter Nights

Our Editor-in-Chief's personal pick for "Game of the Year," Bioware's latest title is a role-playing game like never before. Whether or not this game has adequately captured the "feel" of tabletop RPGs is debatable, but that this game has totally changed the face of computer games is not. A competent, if not great, campaign shows off the powerful editor included with the game, and the ability to act as a Dungeon Master in your own (or someone else's) custom-made module gives you more control over the action than has ever been possible in a PC game before. Couple this with a very active mod community and phenomenal support from the developer, and the adventures available with this game are literally uncountable. Neverwinter Nights is absolutely a must-have for anyone who's ever enjoyed an RPG on the PC before.

Hell, I probably could have just underlined the whole thing. Literally uncountable? Given there's a finite number of them, the only reason they'd be literally uncountable would be if their editor can only count so high.

Spotted this at VoodooExtreme.

There are 10 comments on Gamer's Click on Christmas buying lists

Gibs us money to put a monument in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

TARGET: $2,500 USD

RAISED: $2,099.50 USD (83%)

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