what every D&D junkie needsyet another 50,000 or so hours playing through the
Forgotten Realms. If the Baldur's Gate games werent so good, Id say something
bad about Interplay riding this horse until it drops. Throne of Bhaal is an add-on to the
huge and hugely successful BGII: Shadows of Amn, and while it doesnt promise any
revolutionary changes in gameplay (which is probably a good thing) it does offer several
new locations, like The Dungeon of Watchers Keep, the City of Saradush, and the
Monastery of Amkethran. Players will be able to take their characters up to level 40 and
accrue up to eight million experience points.
BGII: ToB also packs over 40 new high-level spells and the unpredictable Wild Mage
Character Kit, which by itself is reason enough to pick up the game.