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  1. Thanks a lot Obsidian! This is the future! -> http://nwn2forums.bioware.com/forums/viewt...406940&forum=98
  2. For PC, yes. I have no idea why I'm telling you this but since you so kindly asked I just might. I don't like games with no multi-player, except console games like Fable, Halo, Halo 2, and other great games like that. PWs are the only thing that keep me still playing nwn. I have read it a couple of times. And have you read this thread? No. That's what I thought. Phosphor just said the same thing, and yes I noticed. Read the whole thread before you start replying so passionately, it not only make you look stupid but its also irritating spam.
  3. That's good news. I waesn't aware of that. My ignorance can be irritating sometimes. I'll just skip this for now.... I meant that Dragon Age will be more flexible than Obsidian and I read about in DA forums or then it was an article... can't really remember. That was then and this is now. At the moment I can't really say anything but if DA won't support PWs then there's no way I'm wasting my money on it. Even if the single-player story would be the best in the world. Multi-player is what counts, at least for me.
  4. I'm not saying you can't post but most threads, like this, are for those who are actually interested to share their views and want to debate and discuss. I waesn't looking for "This topic has no purpose" comments. If you still don't know what I'm trying to say then maybe forums aren't meant for you.
  5. Then don't take a part, it's that simple. I have started to think that too... if Dragon Age is anothet World of WarCraft then.. ngggh. Ah, I waesn't aware of that. Whoa... that is so lame. PWs are much better than the actual game imo. True. True. Nothing is certain yet.
  6. Yeah, that's quite cool. Though, I'm more interested in multi-player than single-player.
  7. So do I. Don't you think that's ironic what you just said? Besides, if you would have read my post... or maybe you did but you didn't understand it. No matter, I'll help you out! That is what I said. Please read the whole text before making silly posts. Thanks!
  8. Okay, as we all know - Neverwinter Nights is a PC role-playing game from BioWare. (Unless you have been living under a rock for the past three years). Dragon Age and Neverwinter Nights II are both PC role-playing games with medieval setting and they both have a toolset for custom content. BioWare is now making a new role-playing game called Dragon Age. It has a world of it's own and it doesn't follow D&D rules = BioWare doesn't have to ask permission from WoTC for anything. I think BioWare has more money and time to put on Dragon Age than Obsidian has on NWN II. Which will be seen in the quality. Obsidian is now making a sequel to the famous role-playing game Neverwinter Nights. It is based in the City of Neverwinter (Just like the original nwn) and it does follow D&D rules. Which is good for those who have played PnP for years. But I doubt they get the game balanced this time. All the happenings of NWN II take part in the city of Neverwinter, that doesn't offer anything new, does it? This has been said many times that Obsidian has a strict schelude and limited money to put on this game and they also have other projects on their way (KoTR II). Knights of the Old Republic was also a game by Bioware. But why BioWare are giving all the sequels to Obsidian? Not that it bothers me but I have suspicions. Also, limited time and money will be seen in the quality. I'd say NWN II hits the stores around 2006-2008 but of course I can't know it and it may end up to be stores at 2010. Dragon Age on the other hand offers a brand new world from a skilled team that is more flexible than NWN II. Also BioWare is helping out Obsidian with the toolset and stuff - so in my eyes it looks like Obsidian isn't as skilled as BioWare. And also, it may be a cliche to say this but I think it's kinda true: "Sequels are never as good as the original ones". I'm not trying to put NWN II down, I'm just trying to start a conversation about which one will be better. Personally, I'll buy them both anyway but which game I'll play is still a mystery but now I think Dragon Age has caught my interest.
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