Summary: This game, like the others using this antiquated game-engine, is fun to play around with. What it lacks is a good storyline and character development. If you have played the Baldur's Gate series you will find this very familiar but quite a let-down after having the side quests and banter of your...
Summary: Playing Icewind Dale II reminds me of all of those novels written by American authors in the late 19th century. Though many of the novels were very well written, they never seemed to suck me in and continue reading the book. Icewind Dale II is like that.
Summary: This is probably the last computer roleplaying game I'll play and it's a bittersweet ending for me. I'm simply tired of the huge amount of TIME it takes to play the average RPG game these days.
Summary: I would start by saying that I enjoyed Icewind Dale 2. But even with that said, I was also disappointed by it. The game should be appreciated for what it is. It is a "hack and slash" game. Players who enjoyed the combat dimension to Baldur's Gate II will find the game entertaining.
If you enjoyed the first one, you'll enjoy the sequel too
4 September 2002
Summary: It's more of the same .... and slash madness! If you miss the old infinity engine used in the Baldur's Gate and Icewind Dale series, this is the last game that will be published with it. :-( Just like the first Icewind Dale, the sequel is more of a ...
Summary: not bad but the xp versions better as you don't get black patches everywhere (when a npc talks or you drop stuff a black patch appears in the vista version)if this was cleared up /resolve it would be better
Summary: Although the staff at black isle usually knows how to create magnificent plots and entertaining gameplay, this game is a major disappointment. The main plot is ridiculous and the graphics disappointing. Though I must admit that some of the subplots are superbly crafted!
Summary: While I like this ype game, I found myself thinking I was on the wrong side. Premaking all fighters takes some of the fun out of building a team, such as in bauldars gate. I soon lost intrest.
Summary: I would have given this game 5 stars if the plot and the quests were as good as Torment and BG2. However, the implementation of the 3rd edition rules was a success. The game lets you choose and create all of your 6 party members.