A Dungeons & Dragons World
You have a nice selection of races to choose from for your first character, though admittedly my first choice of race, I found was only available with a DLC for the game. It was disappointing for me to not be able to play as a Moon Elf, but I still had a ball of fun playing as a Sun Elf! Regarding DLCs, there are a number of them available, but they are by no means necessary to enjoy playing this game. I don't have the means to purchase any, but I definitely have no need for them to enjoy this immersive world! Dungeons & Dragons is so full of rich lore, and it excites me to see areas of it explored in detail within the game Neverwinter's world and stories! I got through the quests for it on bananatic fairly quickly, as playing this game turned out to be such an enjoyable experience for me.
After creating your character - which in itself is a beautifully detailed process, much like in tabletop Dungeons & Dragons - your gameplay starts with you waking from shipwrecking on a beach on the Sword Coast. You are directed by someone from Neverwinter to the city, where you quickly make a name for yourself as a hero. As you level up, you are also given some pretty neat content for your efforts, such as free mounts, and a free companion! If dyes were easier to come across, I'd dye every single bit of my armor all the time, as I continue to get improved pieces to wear. I'm definitely not complaining, though. Regardless of armor colors I've still been having a lot of fun!
Playing hero is always a great time, in my opinion, so I highly recommend this game for anyone who likes fantasy, Dungeons & Dragons in particular, or saving the day! Thyne out!