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I am so thrilled these games have reemerged as I played them when they first came out back in 1999 and 2000 and I still have them. I will say it’s a “memory lane” blast playing these again and my jaw hit the floor when I noticed these games were available for pre-order last week as I didn’t get the memo they were coming out, but after my “no way, this is not possible” moment, and pulling my jaw off the floor, I instantly ordered these, as well as the Icewind package and Neverwinter Nights too. I played the d&d book and dungeon games a little as a kid and have been hooked on the pc d&d games since Pool of Radiance from 1988, which I still have. Actually I guess I could be called a “collector” as I still have all of my old pc games, so buying this rerelease that transitions to the PS4 was a ”no brainer” for me. I must admit I was still a little shocked that I was holding these rereleased games in my hands when they arrived on the 15th – and luckily I only had to wait on pre-order for six days as I never knew these games were being rereleased and transitioning to the PS4. I’m a BIG memory lane person and this “blast from the past” is a HUGE hit with me, so buying these was a must have moment for me. Looks like I’m the second review of these games, where I’ll leave the same game review for both packages. Also, I agree with the first reviewer completely in the differences between these games, and I will add that I’m really looking forward to Neverwinter coming out in December. I will add that I truly hope more of the d&d pc games make their way over to the PS4 as I would love for the Dark Sun series and Icewind II, as well as others, also come to the PS4. Here’s what’s so cool about all of this. First, I find these games to be super fun and super addictive and I really enjoy playing them. Second, when these games came out back in 1999-2000 it was, if my memory is correct, a DX4-100 or a Pentium 100 pc chip if you were lucky on a 15 inch monitor; so replaying these games on a PS4 with a large 4k wide-screen tv is mind-blowing and super cool. These games were all HUGE when they first came out and are all still highly revered today, some 20 years later, which shows how GREAT they were back then. In my opinion, those of us that played these “back in the day,” purchasing these rereleases and converts to the PS4 is a “no brainer” and a “must have” and I have already purchased the pre-releases and hope many more follow as I’ll be buying those too. For the new players of these classic games, I could easily say “go for it” and buy these as they are already priced as a “Greatest Hits” and “All DLC included,” so the price is right and the games are classics and an absolute blast playing.
It’s hard to believe how well Icewind Dale, Torment, and Baldur’s Gate translated from PC to console, but here we are. Absolutely recommended. Just don’t go into it expecting great graphics, of course. They aren’t bad by any means, but they are from the late-90s. But if you’re playing these games in the 20’s, presumably you’re not expecting much in that regard. (The cut scenes for Icewind Dale are awful though, and the audio/video is wildly out of sync.)