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I am a fan of the Baldurs Gate Tittles. I also loved Torment. However...
I really don't like Never winter nights.
None of those tittles really have good multiplayer either. NWN tries, but I feel it is lacking. What Never Winter nights has is an editer that allows some one to write scripts with C++. You can customize every thing to your liking. The problem comes in that almost nothing in the game looks good, you don't have a party dynamic (even in multiplayer), terrible writing (why couldn't they write as well as Black Isle?), the graphics engine is very terrible and needs far to many system resources to accomplish what games could do 5 years before it was written, and if you were to actually spend time modding every thing to your liking you would grow old and die before you finnished. It would really take an army of programmers, artist, writers and musicians to make Never winter nights better. Your better off making a new game from scratch actually.
Now I think a good d20 D&D game for the computer is possible, but no one has delivered. I have yet to try Temple of Elemental Evil however.
Try that game, it's much better than Baldurs gate, and NWN. and as for the whole RPG concept into a game, thats a difficult taks. if you for example were to be able to write something(when talking to folks), the theese games woulÃ¸d get whack.Originally posted by Shiver@Jun 10 2004, 02:51
I have yet to try Temple of Elemental Evil however.
I didn't know that Knights of the Old republic was a D20 computer game. I did know the star wars rpg was d20 though. Il have to check that out!