Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition
Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition
80.8193.9

3.8

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Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition80.8193.9

03 April 2020

Dungeons & Dragons style RPG game.

Overview

Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition adds all-new enhanced features to the content of Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition.

Slink through the shadows as a deadly half-elven rogue, wield fearsome magics as a powerful gnomish sorcerer, vanquish your foes as an armor-clad dwarven paladin... whatever hero you create, incredible adventures await.

Discover magic, wonder, and danger at every turn on your own or with friends in these classic Dungeons & Dragons adventures.

All the content of Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition:

The original Neverwinter Nights campaign: Find yourself at the center of intrigue, betrayal, and dark magic in Neverwinter Nights. Journey through dangerous cities, monster-filled dungeons and deep into uncharted wilderness in search of the cure for a cursed plague ravaging the city of Neverwinter.

Two expansion packs:
  • Shadows of Undrentide: Another adventure begins in Shadows of Undrentide! Charged by your master to recover four ancient artifacts, travel from the Silver Marches to unravel mysteries of a long-dead magical civilization.
  • Hordes of the Underdark: Continue the adventure started in Shadows of Undrentide and journey into the ever-more bizarre and hostile depths of Undermountain to challenge a gathering evil.
Three premium modules:

Discover over 40 hours of new stories, then go on to sample the hundreds of modules created by community members just like you.

  • Kingmaker
  • ShadowGuard
  • Witch’s Wake

The Aurora Toolset: Build your own world full of unique monsters, items, traps, encounters, and settings, then share your creation with the rest of the Neverwinter Nights community. (Windows only)

Dungeon Master Client: Become the storyteller! Control monsters, creatures, and characters your players will meet over the course of an adventure.

What's new in Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

Version 80.8193.9:
Enhanced Features:
  • Improved Display: Your portrait, combat bar, inventory, and other UI elements adjust in size based on your chosen resolution including 1080p and 4k.
  • Advanced Graphics Options: Pixel shaders and post-processing effects make for crisper, cleaner visuals. Enable contrast, vibrance, and depth of field options as preferred.
  • Community Endorsed: Original developers have teamed with key members of the Neverwinter Nights community to curate important fan-requested improvements to support players, storytellers, and modders.
  • Backwards Compatibility: Works with save games, modules, and mods from the original Neverwinter Nights. A galaxy of community created content awaits.
  • Restored Multiplayer: A completely rebuilt multiplayer system makes it easy to find online persistent worlds and game with friends
  • More Modder Opportunities: Toolset quality-of-life improvements, shaders, filters, texture maps, and a new material systems allow creators to make amazing looking models and modules.

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33 Reviews of Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition

2.25
Anonymous
18 May 2005
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

Overall, Neverwinter Nights is an okay game. The polygon 3D graphics craze is okay if you're on a fast machine, but if you're on an older computer it's choppy and annoying (mostly because you KNOW how cool it would be otherwise). The advertising behind the Mac/Linux versions of NWN is *highly* deceptive, though, in large part because they *never* finished porting the NWN Toolset off PC, and they likely never will. If you want a toolset to make your own modules, you have to go with third party freeware -- with no support from MacSoft or Bioware. Now this itself would be no problem -- except that if you look above you'll see the toolset is plainly advertised. I had to find this out myself the hard way *after* purchasing the full version of the game -- and yes, the module editor was one of the only reasons I actually made the purchase (the story mode module that ships with the game is CRAP, to say the least -- compared to Baldur's Gate II, the voice acting, story and engaging characters are all weakpoints in NWN).
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2.25
Anonymous
18 May 2005
Version: 1.0
Overall, Neverwinter Nights is an okay game. The polygon 3D graphics craze is okay if you're on a fast machine, but if you're on an older computer it's choppy and annoying (mostly because you KNOW how cool it would be otherwise). The advertising behind the Mac/Linux versions of NWN is *highly* deceptive, though, in large part because they *never* finished porting the NWN Toolset off PC, and they likely never will. If you want a toolset to make your own modules, you have to go with third party freeware -- with no support from MacSoft or Bioware. Now this itself would be no problem -- except that if you look above you'll see the toolset is plainly advertised. I had to find this out myself the hard way *after* purchasing the full version of the game -- and yes, the module editor was one of the only reasons I actually made the purchase (the story mode module that ships with the game is CRAP, to say the least -- compared to Baldur's Gate II, the voice acting, story and engaging characters are all weakpoints in NWN).
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5
Coel
11 November 2004
Version: 1.0
I've just got to say WOW! I played the demo. Completed it. Went out and bought the game. A must get for RPG fans on the Mac
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4.5
M. R. Meredith
11 October 2004
Version: 1.0
Firstly, I agree with whoever disagreed with whoever said "bittorrent: gay." You obviously are new to the Mac p2p scene. Bittorrent takes patience (sometimes a week or more for that one big file, even with the average cable speed), but is miles ahead of most direct p2p methods in security and quality of the download... Look at the architecture of the system before you compare it to, say, Aqcuisition (::cough:: retard) Secondly, the demo (1.0) rocked on a Powerbook G4 w/ 64MB VRAM, though with slight lag on use of the mighty Magic Missile... And as for the full game, I am at once overjoyed and crushed by NWN's relationship with Macs. We get the "full" game new from Amazon for $46.88 (which, by the way is about 7 bucks -more- than NWN Platinum for PC), and still we get no toolset? Where's the love, Bioware? Overall, the game itself is -magnificent- and worthy of the highest praise, but once again the computer games industry falls short in delighting the true nerds of the gaming community. Death to the PC! ~MRM
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Joshua-King
09 December 2003
Version: 1.0
The demo is also available here at GameArena (Australian mirror) if you have problems. http://games.bigpond.com/pc/resources/files/?action=details&id=6950
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Who Cares
24 August 2003
Version: 1.0
I'd really like to review neverwinter but 7k/sec. for a 240MB file is a bit [lot] too slow. Turns out I've been trying for the last 15 min. but all I get this time is a time out, the other times I was getting fed up after 8 hours... For the love of god, would it be possible to provide decent server for the file.
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5
Neodragon39
08 August 2003
Version: 1.0
Brillant Demo! Gives the flavor of the game with plenty of background for any class that you might want to play. Ran perfectly on my G4 533 Mghz AGP 2x. I did run into some unexplained quitting but I found that this only happens when you load a saved game and even then only infrequently. Highly recomended!
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Anonymous
06 August 2003
Version: 1.0
Played the demo last night on my G4 (PCI) 350Mhz with 448mb RAM, 32mb ATI Rage Nexus and OS 10.2.6. The game played perfectly using the default settings. I didn't notice any slow down or problems at all. Multiplayer games in the full version may require more juice though.
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Anonymous
27 July 2003
Version: 1.0
Bittorrent sucks? Please take your head out of your ass sir, you ae obviously high on fumes.
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4
Anonymous
25 July 2003
Version: 1.0
Played the full demo on my Pismo G3/500. Default settings. Nice game. Well laid out. A little jerky on my less than spec system but ultimately playable and enjoyable. Download advice... Make sure download filetype is bz2. Change it in the filename if you need. YOU CANT RUN GAME FROM MOUNTED IMAGE. You must 1) mount image, 2) read the readme where it tells you to..., 3) Copy NWN Folder from mounted image to your hard drive, 4) launch game from harddrive.
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4.5
Anonymous
04 July 2003
Version: 1.0
I downloaded it whith no problem. I played the whole demo with no problem I downloaded the full Linux stuff too. I merged Linux and Mac stuff in order to have a complete NWN for Mac. I could even translate it into French! Sadly, the executable doesn't allow using Linux modules (that would practically be like a full version) so at the end of the demo, if I have loade the Linux prelude.nwm (instead of the default Mac Demo one), it says that it cannot load the module. Sad. I would have loved being able to do with a Mac what I coul do with a Linux (on my Linux box, it doesn"t work, maybe because of SDL) For the rest, no Aurora (there won't be one for Mac, according to the main developper, Derek French), no online gaming...
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Diana
29 June 2003
Version: 1.0
I've downaloaded this twice, and both times it came through as a text file. Did anyoen else have this probelm? How do I get it to download properly?
(0)
4
Anonymous
22 June 2003
Version: 1.0
i had the same problem - then i read the readme file. You can't run the game from the drive icon which loads onto your desktop, you have to open up the drive icon, then drag the neverwinter nights folder onto your hard drive. You should be able to run it from inside your drive after that with no problems. I am running it on my 600mhz G3 ibook running 10.2.6. Cheers.
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3.25
Anonymous
21 June 2003
Version: 1.0
For those having trouble with the packages. The Readme says to copy the folder to your hard drive. That's what you need to do. On the disk image it is read only, and it won't work.
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Anonymous
21 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Has anybody actually managed to fix the problems "loading the module"? I mean, someone who had the problem, but figured out how to get around it.
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WildMeff
20 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Yeah, same, when I try to create a new character or load a premade character it says "Could not load modules. Could not unpack modules.." Help.
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Ghozo
20 June 2003
Version: 1.0
I can't create a character or load one. It says problem loading modules...?
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Anonymous
19 June 2003
Version: 1.0
I can't create a character or load one. It says problem loading modules...?
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2
Anonymous
19 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Slow on a Mac and slow on a big PC too. Sux a lot. You nedd a super calculator to use this game. I can't access NASA HQ mainframe -> back to Baldur I & II, they are great on my G3 with better plots.
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3
Anonymous
19 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Downloading it now. And thanks for the bunzip tips. As for P.kelly, there are those that deserve and those that whine that they don't.
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Anonymous
19 June 2003
Version: 1.0
To OSX users having trouble installing NWN, you don't need to install a new version of Stuffit, you already have software that comes w/ OSX that will handle bzip: To uncompress a .bz2 file: 1) first get a Terminal (/Applications/Utilities/Terminal). 2) then navigate to where the file is, in my case I put it on the Desktop therefore: "cd ~/Desktop" 3) then type the following: "bunzip2 nameOfFile.bz2" 4) learn how to use a shell, you will like it. ps: tcsh sux use bash. @the shell prompt type "bash"
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UmarOMC
19 June 2003
Version: 1.0
This is the first time I tried downloading anything using bit torrent, I had the whole demo this morning in about 15 minutes and am presently downloading the 112MB, high res E3 Halo 2 in-game demo video with bit torrent and I hope this becomes a LOT more popular of a way of file distribution. P. Kelley- blame Apple if you want a scapegoat, they introduced OpenGL improvements in 10.2.6 that even UT 2003 require.
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Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
With the correct extensions on the file, I could not get it to expand. It would die right at the very end. Stuffit 7.0.3 would freeze (needing a force quit) with almost nothing left to do.
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P. Kelley
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
As a Macintosh RPG player who has waited HOW long just to see a demo come out I find it dishearting to see that the developers are forcing persons like me to up grade to Mac OS X.2.6 or higher. I can not speak for any one else but from my view ... this is technological black mail. I guess I will have to wait ANOTHER 2 to 3 months before seeing it - this assumes I don't have a finacial emergency between now and then. i just hope the rest of you like what I still can't see at this time.
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5
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
if you have problems expanding it (its not a zip file) make sure the file has the correct extensions at the end of the file name... .dmg.bz2 it should open with stuffit expander..
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5
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
The following is NOT true of the demo: - Free multi-player game matching service, fully integrated into the game. And this is NOT true of the game, demo or the eventual full version: - Create your own adventure with the Neverwinter Aurora Toolset and invite others to play.
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4.5
Drako
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Don't know what system the guy who said its unstable is using but this demo runs cleaner and faster on my PowerBook G4 867MHz with 256MB RAM and a 32MB vid card than the full game on my Dell with a P4 2.0 GHz, 256MB RAM and a 64MB vid card. Granted it does seem a bit glitchy during combat at times, but that might just be my imagination. Now if only the demo let me get online like the UT2k3 demo...
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4.25
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Sweet (at last even). Played smoothly with full graphics on my dual 533 (radeon 8500). Crashed after I left the stable...which is where the demo ends anyways. What I need now is the rest of the game!
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5
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
great game, runs quite fast on my tibook too, all options at max, nice work bioware
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Anonymous
18 June 2003
Version: 1.0
BitTorrent file: gay....i got 1k on my 700k cable.....thanks but ill wait for a decent web download...bittoreent sucks anyway
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4.25
Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 1.0
I'm new to this type of game style, and I felt it was rather user-friendly. No crashes for me.
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Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 1.0
use the bit torrent link. I got about 800k/sec on my university LAN.
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2.75
Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 1.0
Don't bother downloading, its highly unstable. Crashed 6 times in less than 1 hour.
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3.5
Anonymous
17 June 2003
Version: 1.0
The Aurora Toolset is *not* included in Neverwinter Nights for the Mac.
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$19.99

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later

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