Digital distribution platform Good Old Games, despite recent controversy, has been on a roll with its releases for classic Dungeons & Dragons PC RPGs in the past month: Planescape: Torment, Icewind Dale: Complete, and The Temple of Elemental Evil.

But now GOG has put out a collection for the module-heavy BioWare RPG that wrecked me years ago: Neverwinter Nights: Diamond Edition. This release includes the original Neverwinter Nights game, its three official expansions (Shadows of Undrentide, Hordes of the Underdark, and Kingmaker).

For just $9.99, you get all those games plus downloadable bonus content: 16 wallpapers, a soundtrack, 28 avatars, 77 artworks, and more. And of course, this includes the toolset Neverwinter Nights is known for, allowing you to not just host and act as Dungeon Master for different adventures, but create your own module from scratch.

My hope is that this GOG release will send thousands of people back to the game, and resurrect my favorite team-based multiplayer game of all time: a Team Fortress-inspired mod called Neverwinter Tactics. Then again, if that happens, you'd see a lot fewer posts from me on here, as I'll be too busy hunting down rogues with a min-maxed elven bard.