Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition
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3 January 2014
Summary: It hasn't gotten any easier reviewing an expansion since the last time, when I reviewed “Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition” (BG), the first chapter of the series. Apparently that one sold well enough as they have come out with “Baldur's Gate 2: Enhanced Edition” (BG2).
Summary: It's tough to know how to review an enhanced edition. The basic idea is to look at how the new features improve/expand/fix the original and rate that. But what if the original sucked? It is hard to separate the new content from the original game.
Summary: This is perhaps the first time I’ve reviewed a 14-year old game without writing it as a retrospective, so I’ve decided that there are three questions that need answering. First, does Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition look better and play better than the original?
Excerpt: I’m ashamed to admit that Baldur’s Gate II , until this review, was one of the classic RPGS I had never had a chance to really play. A friend of mine had the game when we were in high school, but, given that my time was already occupied with the Final Fantasies and Chrono Cross’ of the RPG genre, it...
Excerpt: It’s a well-established fact that Black Isle was the development studio behind some of the best role playing games ever released on the PC, and that Baldur’s Gate was the pinnacle of their achievement.
Excerpt: Playing Dark Souls last year reminded me of how difficult video games used to be. Dying again and again, I eventually learned my lessons and ventured forth to beat the game after learning my lessons.
Summary: Det nye innholdet som er inkludert i Windows- og Mac-versjonen av spillet (nettbrettversjonen må kjøpes separat) er helt greie tillegg, som gir litt flere valgmuligheter, og kanskje et par timer ekstra spilletid.