Gah this game... I was so excited for this game when I heard it... a neverwinter nights MMO could it be! But alas no... action combat and ruleset 4... honestly I can ignore the action combat but... ruleset 4... I guess it's the easiest since its the DnD WoW edition (I have no problems but I prefer 3.5 with multiclassing and prestige classes) My question is why did they have to call it Neverwinter... I mean they could've done other areas from DnD but lets pick one of the 3 big successful dnd games (NWN, Baldurs Gate, Icewind dale)((Ravenloft games and Planescape while popular are not the typical areas I think you would find in a "standard" fantasy game)... but meh atleast DnD Online offers customization/multiclassing/feats (not ****ing talents)
but thank you for reminding me of Neverwinter and the warlock class, I'm going to play Neverwinter nights 2 and play as a warlock now!
600$ PC (not including HD and Case since using previous one)
Windows 7 (Direct X Awesomeness)
Intel I5 2400 1355 Socket (210$)
HD 5770 x2 (got them on sale) (200$)
8 GB of Ram (60$)
PCI Sound card 7.1 (40$)
Sooo first and foremost, is this class... released? o,e I'm re-installing because i'm like, "Wha-what module are we in? o.e"
Second, off topic mostly, but if i put together a D&D campaign with NWN 2: Platinum Edition, would anyone be interested in some Never Winter Nights D&D Night? >.>
Edit: Holy crap i didn't even realize it's not on Steam anymore O.O
Not on steam? Then how come it shows up on my steam? Its how I launch mine.
Cold is right, if you already own NVN2 previously, it's still on your steam LIBRARY, but you can't purchase it on steam anymore (I.E the Store Page). As for the Fable III thing, what the heck GFWL, why you tie graphical quality to your garbage system? o,e