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#1 Tagon

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 08:33 AM

http://store.bioware...edungeons.html?

You've journeyed to Waterdeep to explore Undermountain, the most famous dungeon in all of the Forgotten Realms. According to the legends, there's treasure to be won, puzzles to be solved, and a mystery that will lead you ever deeper? But the legends never told you how deep it truly went.

Infinite Dungeons provides randomly generated adventures for characters of every level. Play with your friends or compete against your adversaries. If you dare, you can play alone. In the end, it all comes down to one question: Are you brave enough?

Features
  • A New Dungeon Every Time - Each journey begins with the creation of a randomly-generated multi-level dungeon, tailored to your particular class, character-level, or tastes. Explore the winding warrens of Undermountain, the greatest dungeon in the Forgotten Realms.
  • Epic Levels - Infinite Dungeons scales to support the entire range of NWN characters, from the Level 1 beginner to the god-like Level 40.
    Single Player - Adventure by yourself, gather hirelings, and try to better your high score.
  • Cooperative Multiplayer - Adventure as a party, sharing in the treasure, and bringing your skills to bear in every battle.
    Competitive Multiplayer - Battle fellow adventurers in a no-holds-barred race to the heart of the dungeon...or to claim the high score!

  • New Creatures ? Test your mettle against 7 exciting end bosses, each brought vividly to life by the talented DLA mod team.
    New Music - Your battles will play out accompanied by another excellent score by community composer extraordinaire, David John.
    Collaborative Development - Designed and implemented in a unique partnership between professional BioWare designers and community member Jason 'Elidrin' Lowry, creator of the Random Dungeon Generator.

  • Hours of Gameplay - This one's so big, we don't even know how to categorize it. The primary quest unfolds over 20 hours of gameplay. When you're done with our dungeons, we give you the power to control your own.

  • Starting Level - This adventure will scale to any character level (1-40, 5-30 recommended). You are free to use any of the six pre-generated characters that come pre-installed with Infinite
    • Dungeons in level 5/10/20/30/40 variants:

    • Wrathful Berserker

    • Undead Lord

    • Bewildering Archer

    • Exalted Sorceress

    • Divine Warrior

    • Devastating Rogue

  • You can also use any character of your own design, and you can bring whatever equipment you want in and take whatever loot you want out.


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Posted 07 March 2009 - 09:58 PM

That sounds pretty interesting.  I've got to get back into NWN2.  Its one of the very few games I actually played all the way through, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

I still need to get the expansion and I'm waiting for the next installment.
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Posted 07 March 2009 - 11:03 PM

Next Installment is out. At this time there are 3 expansion packs
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Posted 10 March 2009 - 06:09 AM

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Posted 14 March 2009 - 10:26 PM

cool!  thanks for the update
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