Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance
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Eldrith the Betrayer? Not ringing any bells.
Terrence Bosky, MobyGames
26 February 2004
Conclusion: Having played and been disappointed by the tedious PC incarnation of Baldur’s Gate I had reservations about this game, but I really enjoyed it. Arcade over RPG was a good move, and Snowblind was able to retain the importance of the AD&D rules system. I highly recommend.
Pros: Penniless and nursing sore heads, my party began its adventures in Baldur’s Gate in a haunted tavern recovering from a mugging. I, the Arcane Archer, and my wife, the Elven Sorceress (with no one being the Dwarven Fighter), had experienced the might of the new Thieves Guild firsthand and eagerly sought an attempt to avenge ourselves, but first we had to kill rats in the wine cellar with rusty daggers.
Cons: Baldur’s Gate is so polished and focused, it’s hard to find fault with any part of it.