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:
PC gamers looking for something to play this weekend can try out Ubisoft's rather good multiplayer shooter Rainbow Six Siege absolutely free until Sunday night, the publisher has announced.To take part you'll need a Uplay account and the Uplay client, from which you need to hit the "Free Weekend Banner" to begin the download.
After scouring the web for new reviews of Beamdog's recently released Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear expansion pack, I've managed to find a handful of them - ranging from dismal to quite favorable - in some unlikely places.IGN Russia gives it an 8.
After a semi-slow summer the big games are starting to appear.First up is Chris Taylor’s new Dungeon Siege II for the PC … find out if it’s a winner or a stinker.
Game industry-oriented website Develop has interviewed the CEO of Beamdog Trent Oster, who was asked about the recent controversy surrounding Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear.Thankfully, though, the interview doesn't just focus on social media politics, which I have to confess I've grown a bit tired of by now, but also delves into the studio's own culture and processes.
The 2015 release of Rainbow Six: Siege was a triumphant return for Ubisoft to the competitive shooter landscape.A year and a half later, many are still playing Rainbow Six: Siege.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege is a fantastic example of how modern day games can maintain and even grow their audience.Today sees the latest changes hit the game with Rainbow Six Siege Update 2.