I know, I know, I'm setting myself up to be railled on but I really don't want there to be a BGIII. Throne of Bhaal was intended to be BGIII originally, but time constraints and the fallout between Bioware and Black Isle in terms of Interplay made creating it as a full game near impossible. Since then, well, things have changed. If BGIII were to be made, it would have to be in the updated graphics engines, gamers would demand nothing less. Yet in terms of systems, the infinity engine is the most enjoyable CRPG engine I've ever played on. To me, it wouldn't be Baldur's Gate without it, and yet I can't imagine a new game made with it. Second, the story's done. The Bhaalspawn saga's over. It bloody well should remain such. The characters hit levels most GM's wont ever entertain. Even without assending to Godhood, the PC is possibly the most powerful individual alive short of Demon lords and godly avatars, what could possibly rise to challenge him without making the game obscenely OTT? The point of a saga is it's based around certain protagonists, as soon as those protagonists change, the it's a different saga, a different series. Finally, some things just shouldn't be brought back. Baldur's Gate is an RPG classic, even to a greater extent than Fallout was, it's had it's day and should be left the classic it is. Anyone who aquires the license is looking to make money off it as well, it runs a huge risk of being obtained by people who consider it a fiscal opportunity rather than a labour of love. So for the love of all that's holy, leave the series to rest in peace.