Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Review

Well-known games writer Richard Cobbett has penned a review for Siege of Dragonspear, Beamdog's interquel and expansion to Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, on Rock, Paper, Shotgun. It's generally a positive piece, though Cobbett laments the game's bugs and the lack of artistic flair, and finds some of the writing not up to the task. I'm going to quote the conclusion and direct you to the full piece:

With Siege of Dragonspear, Beamdog has come on a long way. It's not perfect, either at matching the style or being a great new RPG in its own right, and future games will need some heavy QA loving. But, as the company's first big attempt to both follow in BioWare's wake (the presence of former BioWare people notwithstanding), it's a good start and at least a good first step to one day giving us that Baldur's Gate 3 we've been waiting so long for another nostalgia trip, but with a slightly more practiced eye on the future.