Neverwinter is a Dungeons & Dragons massively multiplayer online role-playing game for the Microsoft Windows platform. Players can become on of five classic Dungeons & Dragons character classes and form groups of up to five player characters. Neverwinter is based on a modifies version of the Dungeons & Dragons 4th edition rules set. This includes the use of healing powers and action points, the latter of which is implemented through a system referred to as dailies, allowing a player to perform a special ability by accumulating enough action points through combat.
Back in 2002 there was this Dungeons and Dragons game based around the fictional city in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting called Neverwinter. This classic role-playing game told its own campaign story but also gave players the ability to make their own worlds, host a game session online, have a dungeon master, and tell your own story with friends. Essentially, Neverwinter Nights allowed players to participate in a virtual D&D experience with human players. Now let’s take this concept, update to modern graphics and processing power, update the D&D edition to 4th, and then add hundreds of thousands of players. What you have is Cryptic Studios and Perfect Worlds Entertainment’s Neverwinter. This MMORPG, now live, takes... Read Review