I played Siege of Dragonspear via the Baldur’s Gate Enhanced Edition on the Nintendo Switch. Where relevant, I will mention any issues specific to that version, but for the most part, this review is for Siege of Dragonspear as a whole, regardless of version.
If somebody approached me on the street and offered me a sequel to Baldur’s Gate and a prequel to Shadows of Ahm, I would scoff at them and move on. I mean, it has been 20 years since Baldur’s Gate graced us with its Dungeons and Dragons magic after all. Turns out Beamdog is that strange, trenchcoat-wearing anecdote and Siege of Dragonspear is their passion project.
Siege takes place a few months after the questionably successful conclusion of Baldur’s Gate. You figured out you were a Bhaal Spawn, you krumped your murderous half-brother and became the Hero of Baldur’s Gate. Things start getting somewhat spiced rather…
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