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BadgertonStudios

NWN Client Download

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Hey Gamedev,

 

I was recently cleaning out my basement when I came across a box of old games.  Some included Guild Wars, some old virtual cop game and alot of games I never really started playing.  One of them, Neverwinter Nights was among them and I have everything BUT the 2nd download disc as I seem to have misplaced it.  I did a search an can't find the client anywhere (that I don't have to pay for) so if anyone knows of a way for me to download it without the second disc any help would be appreciated smile.png

 

I am really intrested in the customizable part of the game.

 

Thanks in advance smile.png

 

 

EDIT: Has anyone had any experience with the site Brothersoft? should I use it? Any better sites?  Thanks :)

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Hello sir,

 

I do not want to obtain a pirated version.  I would like to know if I can find the actual client for download without having to pay (Because I already bought the game and have a access code just no download disc)  if not I will probably just fork up the 10 dollars and buy all the NWN games.  

 

I understand posting about brothersoft made me look like a pirate.  I did buy the game in 2006 and have everything except the 2nd download disc unfortunately.  I have no idea where it went. I have the first and the Play disc.

 

 

EDIT: Just to make this clear for everyone, Guild Wars offers a download client and I was wondering if anyone knew if there was a NWN one.  I cannot find one so I guess there isn't but just in case :)  You never know until you ask right?

 

Thank you smile.png

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If you want a RPG with a better story, take Baldur's gate 2 smile.png
Also, the musics are awesome ( really ).

I really liked NWN, but when I played Baldur's gate 2 I found the story of NWN too much classical. Edited by Rakilonn
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