Ah, alright. Do they have based in any third- world countries? His backstory is he started as an experiment, and at some point fell in with some revolutionaries that forced him to be a child soldier. And eventually he was rescued by a British soldier dude and brought to live in Britain.
Then if I may make a suggestion, the best place to pick it up would probably be GOG.com (which stands for Good Old Games). They're selling NWN Diamond edition - which is the most complete package of the game - DRM free, and currently half off during the Holiday sale. Check it out.
Then you definitely should play those games (or at least one of them) and then get one of the newer sets for this gen.
NWN is a crpg developed by Canadian company Bioware (perhaps you've heard that name?) that is played using the D&D rule set (the 3rd edition rules, apparently) - I've never actually played D&D myself; just a few video games based on it. I have found the campaigns for the original game and two expansion packs to be rather drab so far, but I understand that this game was meant to be played for the modding toolkit and the multiplayer. Though, I can't say I'm really interested in trying out any of that modding business. I do also have the sequel and its expansions that were packaged together with the first, which I will get to eventually as well, even if I don't get any more invested in the last expansion of the original.