Getting a fresh new port of Neverwinter Nights is a pretty great thing to finally see launch as I wore out my original CD's playing the game and it's expansions. The Enhanced Edition on Steam comes with the base game, Shadows of Undrentide, Hordes of the Underdark & three premium modules they released later on titled Kingmaker, Shadow Guard & Witches Wake. Undrentide & Underdark were proper physical box copy releases and later Kingmaker, Shadow Guard and Witches Wake were packed up as part of a big box release too. Some premium modules were only released online using some odd form of DRM which meant I didn't actually play them such as Infinite Dungeons, Wyvern Crown Cormyr and Pirates of the Sword Coast which were only now recently re-released as Enhanced Edition DLC on Steam. It's cool to see these "lost" modules come back as they weren't available on GOG previously either.

Neverwinter Nights Enhanced Edition is reviewing well on Steam but isn't something I'm going to pickup quickly as completing the game requires a vast time commitment. That said, if you are looking for an epic single player experience the Enhanced Edition including so much content is something you should look into picking up.