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BG2: Throne of Bhaal review

(PC: Single- & Multi-Player RPG) | Posted by @ Thursday - June 28, 2001 - 02:34 -
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BG2: Throne of Bhaal has just been released and our collegues from RPG Vault has already prepared a review of the most anticipated adventure of this summer. Being the sequel and the outro of such a series is not an easy task, will it succeed ? The answer is one click away...

    In the mythos of the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms, the Sea of Swords is bordered on its eastern side by a diverse region containing a wide assortment of terrain and ecologies ranging from mountains, forests, swamps and plains to communities of every size and description as well as castles, ruins, dungeons, caverns and more. Within this expanse is an area with the Cloud Peaks to the south, the Wood of Sharp Teeth to the east, the Sea of Swords to the west, and the prosperous, powerful city of Baldur's Gate to the north. This area provided the setting and this city provided the name for Baldur's Gate, the seminal 1998 title from developer BioWare and publisher Black Isle Studios that is widely credited for spurring the current massive resurgence of the entire CRPG genre.
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