Posts Tagged ‘neverwinter nights 2: mysteries of westgate’

NWN2: Westgate Now Less Mysterious

By Alec Meer on July 8th, 2008.

I know your dad!

We didn’t talk much about RPGs last year, but they keep on cropping up recently. Elf-cravings are biennial, presumably. Due soon is a new Neverwinter Nights 2 premium module/expansion, Mysteries of Westgate. Scoundrel port Westgate is of course one of the Forgotten Realms’ most notorious cities, and also the name of an air conditioning-bereft open-plan office I spent two sweaty years of my life in. My Mysteries of Westgate were more along the lines of which bastard drank all the coffee or left urine-sodden toilet paper all over the bathroom floor.

Er… Anyway! New video beneath the cut.
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New NWN2 Expansion

By Kieron Gillen on October 22nd, 2007.

You wait for ages for a Neverwinter 2 add-on pack, and then you get run over by a bus, meaning you can’t play either of them. Someone get the cleric with the Resurrect sharpish.

Can I re-use my DrOW gag? No. No, I can't.

Anyway, following on from the recent Mask of the Betrayer, Atari have announced that there’s a digital download module-pack incoming. It’s Neverwinter Nights 2: Mysteries of Westgate and it’s by Ossian Studios, who you may remember from the NWN premium-mod-turned-fan-favourite and IGF winner Darkness over Daggerford. It offers fifteen hours of adventure and – we speculate wildly – features more Kobolds than you could shake a +2 stick at. Download only, it’s to be released in Autumn 2007 which is now, so they better get a move on.

(Story via NWN vault.)

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