Summary: Two classic arcade games make their way onto the PS3. While some old-school game design does get in the way, I still had an absolute blast hacking and slashing my way through hoards of awesome fantasy creatures. It's even more fun when you get some friends to join you. Overall both games are very brief, but provided you like the gameplay enough it can have replay value. At least until Two classic arcade games make their way onto the PS3.
Summary: I had to buy this when I saw it. All these classic D&D-based games (BG2 and Torment are among the best RPGs of all time) on TWO DVDs and updated for compatibility on Win7? So worth owning! Thank you, Atari! The games themselves are scaled surprisingly well on a widescreen monitor and the portraits, text and buttons all look fantastic. Even so, you can run the game in windowed mode if you so desire. The audio is excellent.
Summary: This is an ok game. I'm running XP but the game hesitates for a second or so when I click the main character to react to some event or attack. My character also jumps at times forward or back for no apparent reason. It may be my machine; It's only 3 years old. I had it built for gaming, but it doesn't run older games well for some reason. I have so far been unable to resolve the issue.