Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II Review

GameSpot has tossed up reviews for both the PS2 and Xbox versions of Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II, giving the action RPG an overall score of 8/10. Both reviews are identical, however, and end with the following paragraph:
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance was an RPG for people who didn't like RPGs, and its sequel does a fine job of maintaining that design philosophy. Though the ending is a little unsatisfying, and the actual adventure is a little short, the game offers plenty of replay value with five appreciably different character classes and a really satisfying cooperative mode. The future of Black Isle Studios is uncertain, so it's hard to say if there will be a Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance III. If this is the final stand for the Dark Alliance name, it's not a perfect ending, but it's still pretty good.