Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II official artwork without logo for the hack & slash DnD RPG

If oldschool Dungeons & Dragons themed RPGs are your jam, you might be interested to hear that the 2004 PlayStation 2 and Xbox hack & slash Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II has now been unleashed for modern platforms. While the list of improvements is sadly quite slim, the good news is that the Dark Alliance II 'remaster' supports both local co-op and resolutions up to 4K.

As for what exactly it looks like in actual gameplay, that you can find out through the freshly posted trailer below. It's a short one, but it'll clue you in quite quickly on just what you're getting yourself into. Have a peek:

Before you dive in, it's worth mentioning that the PC version still has some potentially game-breaking bugs that need to be ironed out. The developers are already working on it, but as you might imagine, this sort of thing will take a bit of time to fully resolve. So unless you're extremely eager to start your nostalgia trip, it might be wise to give the team a week or two to sort out most of the major problems.

Whatever your course of action may be, you can read more about Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II, as well as check out some player reviews, over at Steam. Enjoy!