40°
Submitted by rbailey 720d ago | preview

Neverwinter Press Beta Hands-On Preview Part One – Dungeons and Danger I TheKoalition

David Jagneaux of The Koalition writes:
When I first entered the client for the upcoming free-to-play MMORPG in development by Cryptic Studios and published by Perfect World Entertainment, Neverwinter, I was immediately impressed. Title screens for games are, by definition, the first impression you get and I often feel like they are overlooked. While it’s still in beta and very much a work in progress, I couldn’t help but be immersed right away into the wonderful theme music and dragon sweeping in from the background. Go ahead, watch the video below. It really is quite an impressive tune. (Neverwinter, PC)

rbailey  +   720d ago
A great preview with video footage included from the press only beta.
AfterFX13  +   715d ago
The company defrauds consumers. They deploy fake players in their games to cheat customers. Go read Facebook Page "Neverwinter Alert". The company as an (F) BBB rating. Thats not bad, thats dangerous for a consumer.

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Objection: One Fan’s Trial To Create Their Own Spin On Phoenix Wright

9m ago - Siliconera catches up with Nathan Low about taking his fandom of the Phoenix Wright series as far... | PC
10°

The Top 10 Most Anticipated Games of 2015

12m ago - Gameplanet: It's a new year and that means one thing: we are pledging to learn a language, lose w... | PC
20°

Top 10 Most Anticipated PC Games of 2015

14m ago - Wccftech: We have earlier shown you the upcoming top 5’s for both the consoles, PlayStation 4 and... | PC
10°

Top 10 Cancelled Video Games

14m ago - Teaser trailers and early gameplay videos always get gamers hyped up. But sometimes, even the mos... | Culture
Ad

Do You Suffer From Open World Fatigue?

Now - The open-world format has become prevalent, is it too much? | Promoted post
20°

Top 10 Rare and Collectable Video Games

15m ago - You might want to dig up those old Atari games collecting dust in your basement. You could uncov... | Retro