Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear Review

Destructoid is next in line with a critique of Beamdog's Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear expansion pack, awarding it a score of 7/10 while citing a few low moments in regard to its writing and technical execution as areas of concern. The two concluding paragraphs:

Chances are, if you're curious about Siege of Dragonspear, there is one question you need answered: how is the writing? The short answer is that it is good. There are some high points and certainly some low points, but overall it's just fine. If you are going to spend your days analyzing and cross-referencing it then you will likely find more things to hate than me. But as a long-time fan who has fond memories of spending afternoons with the spiral-bound manual of Baldur's Gate 2, it's an enjoyable romp.

It's a different sort of game when compared to its brothers, but it works very well in the space it occupies. It's unfortunate that there are quite a handful of technical issues, because otherwise this is a great excuse to head back to the Sword Coast.