Neverwinter (PC) Box Art(http://nw.perfectworld.com/)  Rated RP for Rating Pending by ESRB.  Having spent many captivating hours questing and venturing through dungeons with one of my gaming friends, I think it’s safe to say that Neverwinter is shaping up to be a fantastic free-to-play MMO. Neverwinter is now officialy live as well! My friend and I had the privilege of playing closed Beta earlier this year, and it was a totally satisfying experience. We had both played many MMOs, but were impressed right away with the immersive qualities of Neverwinter’s visuals and environments, which were excellent considering that this is a free-to-play MMO. A lot of the dungeons themselves are very dark, but the brightness of many of the cities will welcome you back with warmth. Most of your time will be spent in these dark dungeons doing basic fetch or kill quests, so you are well advised to get used to the “dungeon” feel of Neverwinter from the start.

Neverwinter (PC) Box ArtNeverwinter (PC) Logo(http://nw.perfectworld.com/)  Rated RP for Rating Pending by ESRB.  Having spent many captivating hours questing and venturing through dungeons with one of my gaming friends, I think it’s safe to say that Neverwinter is shaping up to be a fantastic free-to-play MMO. Neverwinter is now officialy live as well! My friend and I had the privilege of playing closed Beta earlier this year, and it was a totally satisfying experience. We had both played many MMOs, but were impressed right away with the immersive qualities of Neverwinter’s visuals and environments, which were excellent considering that this is a free-to-play MMO. A lot of the dungeons themselves are very dark, but the brightness of many of the cities will welcome you back with warmth. Most of your time will be spent in these dark dungeons doing basic fetch or kill quests, so you are well advised to get used to the “dungeon” feel of Neverwinter from the start. Character customization is also pretty good with this game; while there are not an overwhelming number of options, there certainly are enough customizations available to satisfy most gamers. There are also a fair number of classes to choose from, too, which will offer most gamers the chance to pick one which is catered to their individual play style. However, what separates Neverwinter from other MMOs is its foundry system. The foundry is where players can go to create their own dungeons and quests for certain areas in the game. So, if you’re in a town and would like to see what player-created content is available for you to level up through, that option is open for anyone to view and select. There’s also a neat review system, so you can read other players’ reviews of what they enjoyed or didn’t enjoy about each of these player-created dungeons. All in all, my friend and I had an enjoyable time playing through the Neverwinter closed Beta, as well as the finished product recently released. There were options throughout the game to pay for currency to “unlock treasure chests” or to use currency to “speed up the training of my NPC allies”, but I didn’t feel I needed to pay for most of these things, and that I could quite nicely without the paid enhancements to keep this MMO game truly free.



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