I can know when I played a game based on whether or not I had time to play the game. On a couch?It still happens but both \"Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance\" (2001) and \"Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II\" (2004), while indifferent when it came to the actual story, were a blast playing with other people in the room on the same Playstation.The load screen is the high point of this game.The reboot, \"Dungeons & Dragons: Dark Alliance\" has none of that fun. And this game has nothing in common with those older Dark Alliance games except the name. Being able to play with someone in your house.Some games begged for online multiplayer, like Diablo, and it made the experience better, but Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance worked because it was great for people on a couch. Because you won't feel like you paid for it when you download using Game Pass, you won't be obligated to suffer until they fix it.