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Siege of Dragonspear

Siege of Dragonspear

Beamdog

An exciting addition to the Baldur’s Gate saga, revealed at last!

4.1 Ratings 675+ Reviews 10K+ Downloads

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  • Can’t Import To BGEE 2 Apr 5, 2018

    By Darth Whovian
    I can’t seem to import my SoD file to BGEE 2. Is this feature broken? If not, what is the process.
  • Ignore the previous review Sep 25, 2018

    By Huntcw
    Apparently that above reviewer never actually played Baldur’s Gate. This is an amazing and lovingly restored and reconstructed chapter between BG1 and Shadows of Amn, the story is full of a lot of foreshadowing for the next game, without any spoilers, the item management and navigation is well executed for touch displays and much better than the original or even the computer enhanced edition with the one exception of item description which is a long press, something that can take a second to master, but not that long. Like any real rpg the game is what you decide it will be. So no, you don’t have to fight the big bad villain, yes you might not save a particular character, and the characters you interact with, or not, are up to you. That being said, he new and returning character were perfectly rendered with what sounds like original voices! The banter and jokes are perfect and the new characters, especially Glint, are some of the best of the entire series. This is an extension to BG1 (the chapter numbers even continue), this is an interlude before the BG2, this is not an expansive involved epic. Right there in the description it says 25 hours, I sunk at least 100 into BG2. However siege of Dragonspear is EXCELLENT. Any Bioware fan will love it, and any BG fan must play it!
  • I Hope They Keep Making These Types of Games Jan 10, 2021

    By Listener_B_P
    I’m so glad they revived this series in the infinity engine for iOS. These games are just such a pleasure to play, and while SoD lacks some of the explorative freedom and discovery of the earlier games, it still has great characters and all the little subplots that made the originals a blast to play through. I’d love it if they started another series, with new npcs and stories, regions to explore, etc. And maybe premade player characters similar to Divinity 2 or something like that. The story just seems more compelling when the character has a background rooted in the setting. And some kind of game editor. I’d buy all of it. I wouldn’t even wait for a sale. Anyway, try it out. It’s a great game, especially compared to most other rpgs on iOS. I mean, they got freaking David Warner to reprise his role from the earlier games. That dudes a legit Shakespearean actor. And there’s no coins or gems to buy to level up. You just play through the story like a normal human being, meet people and have adventures. Try it out.
  • Sep 4, 2020

    By Simon Hudson
    I don't care what anyone says about this game I never played the BG games back when they came out. I recently finished BG1 and then played this. I loved it. You do get railroaded a bit but that's not a bad thing. After BG1 almost having too much freedom. Great story some wicked big battles. If you are on the fence. Just give it a try. You won't be disappointed. Onto BG2 now can't wait.
  • Worth the wait Mar 10, 2018

    By Glenp5
    I have been waiting since this was announced for the tablet version and it has been more than worth the wait. Now you can play the series in its entirety across multiple platforms and devices. It is easy to send saves between PC’s and iOS devices as well as custom portraits for players. That is as much of a mod as I could manage on my iPad and iPhone X. The AI updates make this more of a challenge especially with the larger battles but you can still adjust the difficulty if you need a little help. The import is the only thing that needs better instructions or a link to the forums to explain things in depth.
  • Jan 2, 2019

    By Jaggd Lynx Specializations
    This is a great game and a decent port of it. It is quite qlitchy, especially during battle scenes. The screen starts jumping and shaking like a tv from the 70s (the kind where you'd have to prop the knob in a general direction with cardboard or something), and then once it straightens itself out and you can see again, characters are either dead or on their deathbed.
  • Darn good addition to the series Mar 10, 2018

    By tbone's blues
    I am pretty impressed by this “midquel” that bridges the gap between the classic Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II. So far everything has been smooth and the engine seems to be a real improvement. I’ve played for a month, including the beta, and have yet to find a problem that wasn’t my own doing. The only issue I’ve had was that I didn’t know that exporting a game from BGEE requires doing a long tap on the ‘quicksave’ icon. If I’d read the documentation I’d have known this, but that would have meant losing all my programmer certifications. The plot is a bit linear, but given that it bridges BG1 and BG2, that’s no surprise.
  • Jul 21, 2019

    By Фома Фомич Гольцев
    I understand that a lot of people aren't too happy with SoD because of some progressive elements and "railroading." Railroading happens often in the BG Saga, so this shouldn't an issue at all, I actually like how it nicely sets up the transition to BG2, rather than the normally abrupt BG1>2. I don't have enough space to cover exactly how the progressive stuff is really done well and inobtrusive if you want it to be. Gameplay-wise, lots of tough, fun battles, cool items, and some neat quests.
  • SOOO good! Mar 22, 2019

    By Lilmya11111111
    I absolutely loved playing this game. As a novice rpg player this game, as well as the others available in the Infinity Collection, have turned me on to rpg and I haven’t looked back. The characters, story line and side quests are all so entertaining and interesting. I LOVE that there are different levels of difficulty to chose from; I like to focus on the storyline a bit more than combat and this allows me to do that perfectly. My only issue is that I’ve played all of the Overhaul games available on iOs and I’m “patiently” looking forward to more from this developer! They definitely have a loyal fan in me.
  • Nov 3, 2018

    By Andre Michael Pietroschek
    Baldur's Gate - SoD delivers. A classic AD&D setting in-between the part one (Candlekeep) and the sequel BG 2. The gameplay, characters, and adaptation to Android (chromebook in my case) are all pretty good, some glitches in graphics, some freezes in cutscene (doppelganger), but mostly it is good quality, decent music, and the group-NPC we can recruit (varying by our protagonists choice of class, attributes, and alignment) help to enjoy this (Goblin shaman granny is cool). The story is military flavored, and even story-mode may mean a non-combat character gets killed. Further the battle options, exp, and loot grow due higher difficulty, which some players prefer. The AI scripts are improved, and while some known issues remain (stop running against the wall, how about healing before I die?) it grants more decision making to the player. In example my ranger-stalker uses stealth frequently, while my rogue-swashbuckler focuses only detecting traps. The usage of items & healing potions was improved, but supply can run low. Many mini-quests have different themes & moods, and each NPC we can recruit has a romance, a backstory, and one quest he or she MAY ask us to help along with. The best 2,4 Gigabyte I downloaded since purchasing a chromebook contract. I did not yet test Multiplayer though.
  • Can’t Import To BGEE 2 Apr 5, 2018

    By Darth Whovian
    I can’t seem to import my SoD file to BGEE 2. Is this feature broken? If not, what is the process.
  • Ignore the previous review Sep 25, 2018

    By Huntcw
    Apparently that above reviewer never actually played Baldur’s Gate. This is an amazing and lovingly restored and reconstructed chapter between BG1 and Shadows of Amn, the story is full of a lot of foreshadowing for the next game, without any spoilers, the item management and navigation is well executed for touch displays and much better than the original or even the computer enhanced edition with the one exception of item description which is a long press, something that can take a second to master, but not that long. Like any real rpg the game is what you decide it will be. So no, you don’t have to fight the big bad villain, yes you might not save a particular character, and the characters you interact with, or not, are up to you. That being said, he new and returning character were perfectly rendered with what sounds like original voices! The banter and jokes are perfect and the new characters, especially Glint, are some of the best of the entire series. This is an extension to BG1 (the chapter numbers even continue), this is an interlude before the BG2, this is not an expansive involved epic. Right there in the description it says 25 hours, I sunk at least 100 into BG2. However siege of Dragonspear is EXCELLENT. Any Bioware fan will love it, and any BG fan must play it!
  • I Hope They Keep Making These Types of Games Jan 10, 2021

    By Listener_B_P
    I’m so glad they revived this series in the infinity engine for iOS. These games are just such a pleasure to play, and while SoD lacks some of the explorative freedom and discovery of the earlier games, it still has great characters and all the little subplots that made the originals a blast to play through. I’d love it if they started another series, with new npcs and stories, regions to explore, etc. And maybe premade player characters similar to Divinity 2 or something like that. The story just seems more compelling when the character has a background rooted in the setting. And some kind of game editor. I’d buy all of it. I wouldn’t even wait for a sale. Anyway, try it out. It’s a great game, especially compared to most other rpgs on iOS. I mean, they got freaking David Warner to reprise his role from the earlier games. That dudes a legit Shakespearean actor. And there’s no coins or gems to buy to level up. You just play through the story like a normal human being, meet people and have adventures. Try it out.
  • Sep 4, 2020

    By Simon Hudson
    I don't care what anyone says about this game I never played the BG games back when they came out. I recently finished BG1 and then played this. I loved it. You do get railroaded a bit but that's not a bad thing. After BG1 almost having too much freedom. Great story some wicked big battles. If you are on the fence. Just give it a try. You won't be disappointed. Onto BG2 now can't wait.
  • Worth the wait Mar 10, 2018

    By Glenp5
    I have been waiting since this was announced for the tablet version and it has been more than worth the wait. Now you can play the series in its entirety across multiple platforms and devices. It is easy to send saves between PC’s and iOS devices as well as custom portraits for players. That is as much of a mod as I could manage on my iPad and iPhone X. The AI updates make this more of a challenge especially with the larger battles but you can still adjust the difficulty if you need a little help. The import is the only thing that needs better instructions or a link to the forums to explain things in depth.
  • Jan 2, 2019

    By Jaggd Lynx Specializations
    This is a great game and a decent port of it. It is quite qlitchy, especially during battle scenes. The screen starts jumping and shaking like a tv from the 70s (the kind where you'd have to prop the knob in a general direction with cardboard or something), and then once it straightens itself out and you can see again, characters are either dead or on their deathbed.
  • Darn good addition to the series Mar 10, 2018

    By tbone's blues
    I am pretty impressed by this “midquel” that bridges the gap between the classic Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II. So far everything has been smooth and the engine seems to be a real improvement. I’ve played for a month, including the beta, and have yet to find a problem that wasn’t my own doing. The only issue I’ve had was that I didn’t know that exporting a game from BGEE requires doing a long tap on the ‘quicksave’ icon. If I’d read the documentation I’d have known this, but that would have meant losing all my programmer certifications. The plot is a bit linear, but given that it bridges BG1 and BG2, that’s no surprise.
  • Jul 21, 2019

    By Фома Фомич Гольцев
    I understand that a lot of people aren't too happy with SoD because of some progressive elements and "railroading." Railroading happens often in the BG Saga, so this shouldn't an issue at all, I actually like how it nicely sets up the transition to BG2, rather than the normally abrupt BG1>2. I don't have enough space to cover exactly how the progressive stuff is really done well and inobtrusive if you want it to be. Gameplay-wise, lots of tough, fun battles, cool items, and some neat quests.
  • SOOO good! Mar 22, 2019

    By Lilmya11111111
    I absolutely loved playing this game. As a novice rpg player this game, as well as the others available in the Infinity Collection, have turned me on to rpg and I haven’t looked back. The characters, story line and side quests are all so entertaining and interesting. I LOVE that there are different levels of difficulty to chose from; I like to focus on the storyline a bit more than combat and this allows me to do that perfectly. My only issue is that I’ve played all of the Overhaul games available on iOs and I’m “patiently” looking forward to more from this developer! They definitely have a loyal fan in me.
  • Nov 3, 2018

    By Andre Michael Pietroschek
    Baldur's Gate - SoD delivers. A classic AD&D setting in-between the part one (Candlekeep) and the sequel BG 2. The gameplay, characters, and adaptation to Android (chromebook in my case) are all pretty good, some glitches in graphics, some freezes in cutscene (doppelganger), but mostly it is good quality, decent music, and the group-NPC we can recruit (varying by our protagonists choice of class, attributes, and alignment) help to enjoy this (Goblin shaman granny is cool). The story is military flavored, and even story-mode may mean a non-combat character gets killed. Further the battle options, exp, and loot grow due higher difficulty, which some players prefer. The AI scripts are improved, and while some known issues remain (stop running against the wall, how about healing before I die?) it grants more decision making to the player. In example my ranger-stalker uses stealth frequently, while my rogue-swashbuckler focuses only detecting traps. The usage of items & healing potions was improved, but supply can run low. Many mini-quests have different themes & moods, and each NPC we can recruit has a romance, a backstory, and one quest he or she MAY ask us to help along with. The best 2,4 Gigabyte I downloaded since purchasing a chromebook contract. I did not yet test Multiplayer though.
  • May 5, 2021

    By Mike Cheel
    They really have the business selling this for use on a phone. Everything is so tiny you just can't see anything even if you increase the text size. Looks like you would be a good game other than that. Hard to find any help to come inside the game as well.
  • Horribly designed from story to technical aspects! Aug 3, 2018

    By Maxious1972
    This is my first review of any app so take that into consideration while you read. I’m a HUGE fan of NWN and BG and couldn’t wait to delve into this new game. Once it start I realized this was worse than original Atari Asteroids. First it’s difficult to navigate, as an example trying to hold an item for a description is like beating your against a brick wall. Takes maybe 5-15 tries to work per item. The game is riddles with bugs, extremely hard to work through varies quests, can’t get certain dialogs options to start, and many many places where you’ll miss opportunities and/or items because the game doesn’t allow for all paths to be used. In other words, if you don’t follow their specific path, you’ll not have the chance to save people, talk to others, thereby missing out. Finally, the story is so horrible it’s like a child from the 3rd grade wrote it. Most of the normal character you can’t get right away and most of the other you can have join your party are drow, goblin, and a half orc which all give you a negative reputation. Seriously, why...??? The very end of the game happens leaving a significant character not saved along with a significant villain not even fought. Not a SINGLE REASON to have either in the game yet there and yet every cut scene is with the “Hooded Man” which you don’t even get to fight. Absolute horrible and I’ll sum it all up I’m one word...JUNK!!!
  • Apr 25, 2021

    By Alexandre Ducharme
    The game won't even launched once started. And yes I did check the link but the page can't be found.
  • May 6, 2021

    By Brandon Baumia
    Crashes immediately, but the rest of the series runs fine
  • NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REFUND Jan 25, 2019

    By Codyadonis
    I didn’t mean to purchase this one I thought I had cancelled it and it still went through. I uninstalled it because I’ve never played these games and it gives no tutorial. I tried to get a refund once I got my receipt and it says it’s not eligible. I’m on an XS Max and it shrinks the screen about a half inch from each side making it way too small. It would be fine size wise if it wasn’t shrunk. $10 and can’t even get a refund.
  • Game Crashing Jun 25, 2018

    By 5KR1LL3X
    The game crashes when picking up certain items after they have been identified, like the Reed of Echoes, for example. Kinda disappointed, as I recently purchased this and haven’t experienced this with any of the other games in the series.

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  • Ignore the previous review Sep 25, 2018

    By Huntcw
    Apparently that above reviewer never actually played Baldur’s Gate. This is an amazing and lovingly restored and reconstructed chapter between BG1 and Shadows of Amn, the story is full of a lot of foreshadowing for the next game, without any spoilers, the item management and navigation is well executed for touch displays and much better than the original or even the computer enhanced edition with the one exception of item description which is a long press, something that can take a second to master, but not that long. Like any real rpg the game is what you decide it will be. So no, you don’t have to fight the big bad villain, yes you might not save a particular character, and the characters you interact with, or not, are up to you. That being said, he new and returning character were perfectly rendered with what sounds like original voices! The banter and jokes are perfect and the new characters, especially Glint, are some of the best of the entire series. This is an extension to BG1 (the chapter numbers even continue), this is an interlude before the BG2, this is not an expansive involved epic. Right there in the description it says 25 hours, I sunk at least 100 into BG2. However siege of Dragonspear is EXCELLENT. Any Bioware fan will love it, and any BG fan must play it!
  • I Hope They Keep Making These Types of Games Jan 10, 2021

    By Listener_B_P
    I’m so glad they revived this series in the infinity engine for iOS. These games are just such a pleasure to play, and while SoD lacks some of the explorative freedom and discovery of the earlier games, it still has great characters and all the little subplots that made the originals a blast to play through. I’d love it if they started another series, with new npcs and stories, regions to explore, etc. And maybe premade player characters similar to Divinity 2 or something like that. The story just seems more compelling when the character has a background rooted in the setting. And some kind of game editor. I’d buy all of it. I wouldn’t even wait for a sale. Anyway, try it out. It’s a great game, especially compared to most other rpgs on iOS. I mean, they got freaking David Warner to reprise his role from the earlier games. That dudes a legit Shakespearean actor. And there’s no coins or gems to buy to level up. You just play through the story like a normal human being, meet people and have adventures. Try it out.
  • Sep 4, 2020

    By Simon Hudson
    I don't care what anyone says about this game I never played the BG games back when they came out. I recently finished BG1 and then played this. I loved it. You do get railroaded a bit but that's not a bad thing. After BG1 almost having too much freedom. Great story some wicked big battles. If you are on the fence. Just give it a try. You won't be disappointed. Onto BG2 now can't wait.
  • Worth the wait Mar 10, 2018

    By Glenp5
    I have been waiting since this was announced for the tablet version and it has been more than worth the wait. Now you can play the series in its entirety across multiple platforms and devices. It is easy to send saves between PC’s and iOS devices as well as custom portraits for players. That is as much of a mod as I could manage on my iPad and iPhone X. The AI updates make this more of a challenge especially with the larger battles but you can still adjust the difficulty if you need a little help. The import is the only thing that needs better instructions or a link to the forums to explain things in depth.
  • Darn good addition to the series Mar 10, 2018

    By tbone's blues
    I am pretty impressed by this “midquel” that bridges the gap between the classic Baldur’s Gate and Baldur’s Gate II. So far everything has been smooth and the engine seems to be a real improvement. I’ve played for a month, including the beta, and have yet to find a problem that wasn’t my own doing. The only issue I’ve had was that I didn’t know that exporting a game from BGEE requires doing a long tap on the ‘quicksave’ icon. If I’d read the documentation I’d have known this, but that would have meant losing all my programmer certifications. The plot is a bit linear, but given that it bridges BG1 and BG2, that’s no surprise.
  • Jul 21, 2019

    By Фома Фомич Гольцев
    I understand that a lot of people aren't too happy with SoD because of some progressive elements and "railroading." Railroading happens often in the BG Saga, so this shouldn't an issue at all, I actually like how it nicely sets up the transition to BG2, rather than the normally abrupt BG1>2. I don't have enough space to cover exactly how the progressive stuff is really done well and inobtrusive if you want it to be. Gameplay-wise, lots of tough, fun battles, cool items, and some neat quests.
  • SOOO good! Mar 22, 2019

    By Lilmya11111111
    I absolutely loved playing this game. As a novice rpg player this game, as well as the others available in the Infinity Collection, have turned me on to rpg and I haven’t looked back. The characters, story line and side quests are all so entertaining and interesting. I LOVE that there are different levels of difficulty to chose from; I like to focus on the storyline a bit more than combat and this allows me to do that perfectly. My only issue is that I’ve played all of the Overhaul games available on iOs and I’m “patiently” looking forward to more from this developer! They definitely have a loyal fan in me.
  • Nov 3, 2018

    By Andre Michael Pietroschek
    Baldur's Gate - SoD delivers. A classic AD&D setting in-between the part one (Candlekeep) and the sequel BG 2. The gameplay, characters, and adaptation to Android (chromebook in my case) are all pretty good, some glitches in graphics, some freezes in cutscene (doppelganger), but mostly it is good quality, decent music, and the group-NPC we can recruit (varying by our protagonists choice of class, attributes, and alignment) help to enjoy this (Goblin shaman granny is cool). The story is military flavored, and even story-mode may mean a non-combat character gets killed. Further the battle options, exp, and loot grow due higher difficulty, which some players prefer. The AI scripts are improved, and while some known issues remain (stop running against the wall, how about healing before I die?) it grants more decision making to the player. In example my ranger-stalker uses stealth frequently, while my rogue-swashbuckler focuses only detecting traps. The usage of items & healing potions was improved, but supply can run low. Many mini-quests have different themes & moods, and each NPC we can recruit has a romance, a backstory, and one quest he or she MAY ask us to help along with. The best 2,4 Gigabyte I downloaded since purchasing a chromebook contract. I did not yet test Multiplayer though.
  • It’s here! Apr 20, 2018

    By Metaljah 57
    Finally!!!! It’s on the iOS store!!! I’ve been eagerly awaiting this game since its announcement back in 2015, and it’s initial release in 2016. I don’t know if the silly complainers back then and the ‘controversy’ delayed this release on iOS, and if so that’s really unfortunate - SHAME ON THEM.. I have the GOG version as well, but my current campaigns I had played out in the first game were on my iOS device, and now my 2 fully leveled BhaalSpawn characters - Dragon Disciple J’allan UlDragos and Paladin Jaana Flamehair can FINALLY continue past the first adventure!!!! HUZZAH!!!! 🍺🤘🏻 Thanks BEAMDOG!!! Keep up the excellent work!!!
  • Will update when they fix character import - updated Mar 20, 2018

    By Waswhatwer
    Good developer support and a great, classic RPG style game - thanks for response and prompt fix. [Character import is broken. I export from BGEE, go to party creation, import, and you can’t do anything further. You literally cannot form a party of imported characters. So, I have no idea if the rest of the game is good or not, as I’m not starting over from scratch when I have huge time invested already in my BG character. Please fix....]
  • Can’t Import To BGEE 2 Apr 5, 2018

    By Darth Whovian
    I can’t seem to import my SoD file to BGEE 2. Is this feature broken? If not, what is the process.
  • Oct 24, 2019

    By Marek Lukaštík
    Great game, really enjoy it. Like the story mode because am totally lost in combats, dont know rules so it way easier to start even play when characters cant die. Could be possible to implent android 8 feature to capture mouse? Would be cool to play it like native pc with mouse and kb locked inside app.
  • Mar 5, 2021

    By Djas M
    Severely underrated. Lots of gear with smarter mechanics, class specific gear or race specific. Not playing with the new characters.
  • Jan 9, 2020

    By Brad Rice
    Edit: my old phone broke, my new Note 10+ seems to work fine. However I lost my save files with the old phone and along with it my desire to continue progressing through all the games. Replaying Bg1 would take dozens of hours! However it's still a great game. 4/5. :)
  • Jan 2, 2019

    By Jaggd Lynx Specializations
    This is a great game and a decent port of it. It is quite qlitchy, especially during battle scenes. The screen starts jumping and shaking like a tv from the 70s (the kind where you'd have to prop the knob in a general direction with cardboard or something), and then once it straightens itself out and you can see again, characters are either dead or on their deathbed.
  • Love the game but... Apr 8, 2019

    By Nightraven42
    I was very much enjoying the game, having been a fan of the originals. However the flaw I found was that there is no apparent way to transfer a save file from one device to another. The game needs a cloud save type of feature so that it can be played across devices. As it stands I am currently unable to play as much as I would like to since the device I have the game originally installed on is not the device I get to use on a daily basis.
  • One problem Jun 12, 2018

    By PublishedPoet
    So far I have been enjoying the game but the activating the menhir quest seems to have a bug. Four of six have activated, the other two just display their descriptions over and over. Hope this will be fixed in an update soon.
  • Jul 1, 2019

    By A Google user
    Looks really good, unfortunately i couldnt get it to run on 2018 tablet, it lagged to point of being unplayable even with graphics toned down.. BG:EE ran perfectly so i dont know.. got a refund just annoyed as i was looking forward to playing through from BG:EE.
  • Apr 25, 2021

    By Alexandre Ducharme
    The game won't even launched once started. And yes I did check the link but the page can't be found.
  • Game Crashing Jun 25, 2018

    By 5KR1LL3X
    The game crashes when picking up certain items after they have been identified, like the Reed of Echoes, for example. Kinda disappointed, as I recently purchased this and haven’t experienced this with any of the other games in the series.
  • May 5, 2021

    By Mike Cheel
    They really have the business selling this for use on a phone. Everything is so tiny you just can't see anything even if you increase the text size. Looks like you would be a good game other than that. Hard to find any help to come inside the game as well.
  • Horribly designed from story to technical aspects! Aug 3, 2018

    By Maxious1972
    This is my first review of any app so take that into consideration while you read. I’m a HUGE fan of NWN and BG and couldn’t wait to delve into this new game. Once it start I realized this was worse than original Atari Asteroids. First it’s difficult to navigate, as an example trying to hold an item for a description is like beating your against a brick wall. Takes maybe 5-15 tries to work per item. The game is riddles with bugs, extremely hard to work through varies quests, can’t get certain dialogs options to start, and many many places where you’ll miss opportunities and/or items because the game doesn’t allow for all paths to be used. In other words, if you don’t follow their specific path, you’ll not have the chance to save people, talk to others, thereby missing out. Finally, the story is so horrible it’s like a child from the 3rd grade wrote it. Most of the normal character you can’t get right away and most of the other you can have join your party are drow, goblin, and a half orc which all give you a negative reputation. Seriously, why...??? The very end of the game happens leaving a significant character not saved along with a significant villain not even fought. Not a SINGLE REASON to have either in the game yet there and yet every cut scene is with the “Hooded Man” which you don’t even get to fight. Absolute horrible and I’ll sum it all up I’m one word...JUNK!!!
  • May 6, 2021

    By Brandon Baumia
    Crashes immediately, but the rest of the series runs fine
  • NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REFUND Jan 25, 2019

    By Codyadonis
    I didn’t mean to purchase this one I thought I had cancelled it and it still went through. I uninstalled it because I’ve never played these games and it gives no tutorial. I tried to get a refund once I got my receipt and it says it’s not eligible. I’m on an XS Max and it shrinks the screen about a half inch from each side making it way too small. It would be fine size wise if it wasn’t shrunk. $10 and can’t even get a refund.

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