Being a Veteran Neverwinter Nights player, I felt disappointed with the mirror like expansion modules available in the kingmakers expansion pack. I have finished Neverwinter Nights 1 and the two expansions and can reasonably say im aware of 90% of the content available in each module, buying the diamond pack seemed to be the next logical step but I felt cheated with the lack of integrity to the three modules in the kingmakers expansion: Witches Wake, ShadowGuard and Kingmaker.
Kingmaker is an expansion which throws you into the middle of political intrigue as a contender to leadership of the native area, basically you need to make people like you to obtain votes to become leader of the region. The beginning of the module has a fairly impressive build-up in the story and then collapses in on itself as the module was created for ‘lower-end’ characters between 1–5, they recommend making a new character rather then importing one of your own. As the level cap for characters in the diamond compilation is 40 and the lack of any real support for characters that high a level, Kingmaker should have been an intensive module with support for characters of all levels, allowing any kind of player to jump in and have a challenge. In saying that, the Neverwinter Nights game and all modules are supposed to be based on a Dungeons&Dragons based plot and therefore can't be solely based on combat, however with the lack new features of any kind. I can only recommend this game to people who haven't finished Neverwinter Nights, Shadows of Unrentide or Hordes of Underdark. That or if they prefer story based gameplay over the challange.
Neverwinter Nights Diamond is definitely a big let down as I have waited a few years to get it, getting the game with this kind of let down is only another blow for Bioware as the community released modules allow for more depth and even endless gameplay with persistent worlds