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The Microsoft Windows Store kiss of death strikes again
You realize PC's answer to monhun... IS monhun?
Yes, that was the point. There was a lot of hype for another game called Dauntless, being called "Monster Hunter for the PC" early last year. Then they announced ACTUAL monster hunter would be coming to PC. RIP. Why are you commenting on 8 month old stuff?
It's nothing like any of those games you mentioned though? As stated in the article, games like Left 4 Dead and Evolve and Vermintide are a better comparisons.
I wasn't comparing it to those games in terms of their gameplay. They're very obviously different. I was pointing out how those games have claimed such a massive portion of the multiplayer population; people are going to play those over some space dwarf game.
Large companies will be very wary of breaking a EULA, regardless of whether they legally have to follow it or not. This gives Nvidia quite a bit of control over what these companies do with their products. For most everyday users, it won't have nearly as much impact.
I played NWN online in Persistant Roleplaying Worlds for almost a decade. Maybe more. I can distinctly remember being a teenager and plinking around. In fact, I still did up until about two years ago, when my work schedule simply began to interfere with my ability to log onto Escape From The Underdark. The "Build Your Own MMO" was absolutely the centerpiece of NWN, and I never forgave them for what they did with NWN2, even if it wasn't Obsidians fault. I am tentatively excited. I'll buy it again, for the third time (I still have my original 4 disc fold somewhere, as well I purchased a GoG copy, and jumped through the hoops to access multiplayer via that). NWN is still going strong in some communities, even if the server browser is long since dead. Escape from the Underdark is still going. Though I make it a point not to look at the forums, so as to not know whats going on. I still find myself brainstorming character concepts and builds, from time to time. Old habits.
The character brainstorming is indeed one of the many awesome parts of the game, specially when you tag with more people to discuss the viability of certain builds on specific scenarios. The single player campaigns are good, but the persistent worlds are where this game really shines. NWN brings the best out of the Forgotten Realms universe.
Why are people so knee jerky about being expected to pay more money for a product they've already paid $60 dollars for?
Would you expect to get a concert performance for free because you bought an album?