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Icewind Dale II Article at GameSpot

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by NewsPro, Feb 20, 2002.

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    (Originally posted by Mollusken)

    In their last number of GameSpotting, GameSpot has written a small article about Icewind Dale II.

    Normally, I'd use this space to gloat about how none of you could ever possibly guess the obscure game reference I just made with the title of this GameSpotting column. Instead, I'll talk about Icewind Dale II, the upcoming RPG sequel from Black Isle Studios. The company recently announced the game in an interview with GameSpot PC, and I'm definitely looking forward to it. Like Black Isle's other recent RPGs, the original Icewind Dale was based on official Dungeons & Dragons rules. But unlike any other game before it, it was up against one of the toughest competitors it could ever face: Blizzard's Diablo II. In fact, the two games were released on the same day, but Icewind Dale actually held up pretty well, since it was a solid hack-and-slash game that remained very true to its source material (at least as much as the game engine would allow).

    The whole article can be found at GameSpot.
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