Platform for Display: PC
Take advantage of new skills, feats, classes, spells, weapons and monster in this hugely addictive addition to the role-playing universe.
Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide offers role playing fans even more D&D features than the groundbreaking original. Additions include new skills, including Tumble and Appraise; new feats, such as Divine Might, Extra Music and Bullheaded; new weapons, such as Holy Water Flasks and Choking Powder; new prestige classes, like Harper Scout; new monsters from the D&D universe, including Medusa, Cockatrice, Sphinx, and Female Fire Giant; and dozens of new spells. In addition, the expansion pack equips amateur module makers with additional content for the Neverwinter Nights Aurora Toolset, the groundbreaking software included with the full game that allows players to create their own universes, quests and storylines. The toolset will be augmented with all new tile sets for creation of new environments as well as new "Wizards," or automated guides, to help gamers build and play adventures of their own creation.
A very nice second campaign if you already finished the main campaign and want to take you character up a few more levels, buff up on eq and even change your character by the new... Read morePublished on July 12 2004 by Wood
This expansion pack fixes a lot of things, but this game is still not on par with Baldur's Gate II. The game is still too linear, and you still have henchmen you can't give... Read morePublished on Jan. 4 2004
I was really happy with the expansion to the Great NWN game.
Play is fun and the addition of new classes and monsters is awesome. Read more
I found this expansion to be disappointing.
I first tried the expansion with the character I finished the original with. Read more
This expansion pack has the same quality gameplay at the original Neverwinter Nights. The graphics are good and the game is well done. However... Read morePublished on Nov. 12 2003 by Mavrik02
ok i bought this game for the single player game and the box says 20 hours of new single player adventures well i beat the gamae in under 10 hours and i am very thorough to so... Read morePublished on Sept. 15 2003
this game, and the original, needed to be tested more before release. there's people everywhere, including me, having fits trying to play this game. Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2003 by narf
Overall, very good stuff - but the game is shorter and in some senses easier than the original.
The artwork and new classes are really cool - the story line could have used... Read more