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Submitted by lvl30 662d ago | review

Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter Review | Playing Out of Control Gaming

After the initial struggle of getting Neverwinter off the ground, Cryptic and PerfectWorld have created a truly Free-to-Play MMORPG that immediately engages the player by offering an almost flawless action-centred combat system. Neverwinter rejects the deep-rooted concept of the Tank-DPS-Healer triumvirate, and in so doing opens up a much broader playing experience. But this is merely a footnote to the brilliance of the Foundry. The Foundry is a beast of user-driven content that places Neverwinter at the top of the heap of Free-to-Play MMORPGs and allows it to look menacingly in the eyes of its paid competitors. (Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter, PC) 9.5/10

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