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Submitted by StillGray 633d ago | review

Review: Neverwinter — An MMORPG of a Different Sort | Gameranx

Gameranx: "Cryptic Studios and Perfect World are two companies not unfamiliar with developing massively multiplayer online role-playing games. Between the two of them, they've made more than a dozen different titles ranging from martial arts adventures to piloting a starship. Their latest creation is Neverwinter, a free-to-play MMO set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe. It doesn't quite live up to its namesake, but its mechanics elevate it to what would otherwise be a blip on the radar." (Neverwinter, PC) 7/10

Anthotis  +   633d ago
Maybe now that NWO is released they can get back to work on their real gem, Champions Online.

It makes me sad seeing CO neglected the way it is, when it could be so much more, and only one of the two active superhero MMOs.

Neverwinter is just another sword and sorcery game.

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