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November 13, 2006: PC: Neverwinter Nights 2 review

It has been many years since the war with Luskan and the plague devastated the city of Neverwinter. Now the hamlet of West Harbor has been attacked by mysterious evil forces. Many died, but with your help, the village managed to repel the attackers. Your father believes these fiends were seeking a hidden silver shard he had hidden away Ė a magical relic from the war thought to be mostly valueless. So he dispatches you to take the shard to your uncle in Neverwinter who has another...

...With fifty hours of game story, branching down different paths based on your moral choices, the Neverwinter Nights 2 game would have already been a hefty game adventure. But with the thousands of amateur dungeon masters that canít wait to get in on the action, this quest will truly have no end. Despite a few nagging issues, this trip to Neverwinter is a ...

Read Full Neverwinter Nights 2 review at: www.gamerevolution.com

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