The second expansion to Neverwinter Nights 2, Storm of Zehir, is a bit different from the original campaign and Mask of the Betrayer, as it allows you to create your whole party by yourself, like in the Icewind Dale games. You can also pick up to two cohorts along the way. If you like someone leeching your experience points, that is.
Friday, August 30, 2013
Wednesday, August 28, 2013
I guess Medal of Honor (2010) is one of those brown-palette first person shooters with a linear and heavily scripted single-player campaign I have heard people talking about. I think the four-hour campaign was reasonable entertainment, though, but I definitely wouldn't buy the game solely for that, not at full price.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
I got couple hours into Sacred 2: Fallen Angel before I came to the conclusion that it was basically the same game as the first one -- just with a 3D engine -- and ended up quitting the game for pretty much the same reasons. Why play Sacred 2 when one could instead play Torchlight 2, which is actually fun.
Friday, August 9, 2013
I had heard bad things about Neverwinter Night 2's first expansion, Mask of the Betrayer. Namely of its hunger clock mechanic that supposedly only manages to be a pain in the ass rather than an interesting feature.