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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 374d ago | review

Neverwinter Review - The Digital Fix

They say that first impressions are everything and by that logic the opening of free-to-play MMORPG Neverwinter sets the stage for an action-packed, accessible jaunt full of beautiful environments and epic battles. Further play, however, reveals that the bravura opening is a very early highpoint that soon falls into the traditional grind of fantasy RPGs – fetch this, kill that, rinse and repeat. Neverwinter’s position as free-to-play amidst the dwindling subscription MMO genre certainly gives it an appeal – the question remains whether it’s compelling enough to devote hours of time. (Neverwinter, PC) 6/10

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