Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition
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... when it had just come out and I totally loved it, one of my favorite games ever
CARLOS L., Amazon
16 March 2015
Summary: I used to play this game when it had just come out and I totally loved it, one of my favorite games ever. So now a few years later I found this digital version (enhanced, woot!) and there is little room for error, the game is already great.
which just makes it so much better since they didn't try to remake it
Amanda Langdon, Amazon
22 August 2014
Summary: Original game, which just makes it so much better since they didn't try to remake it. only issue is the final ending. Nor did it have Tales of the Sword coast. I couldn't pick up anything that had dropped, barely had time to export my character.
Summary: Very good version of this ultra-classic game. One of my favorite video games of my lifetime (I'm not a huge gamer, but I did play a lot of video games between 1986 and 1993). I adore D&D and it's mechanics, and this is the ultimate computer game version of it.
Summary: I was a big Baldurs Gate fan. So when the chance came to replay it a decade later I decided to give it a try. I'm glad I did, but considering the game is described as an enhanced edition the programmers obviously didn't give much thought to the improvements.
Summary: The game is as great as it ever was. This is my 4th play-through. But as far as I can tell, the only additions are 4 characters, but none of them are very good. I have found one or two additional small new quests. The price charged for this edition isn't worth it. Get the original.
Summary: I never played this game back in the day, but I always was interested. An old friend who loves this series talked me into buying it on here and I'm glad I did! Being able to play this game with someone is pretty amazing.
Improvements and added tidbits are worth the revisit.
Amazon Customer "Brian", Amazon
20 November 2013
Summary: EE Baldurs Gate continues to deliver on the improvements that are promised. Everyone knows these games, but its like having an overhaul of a sports car. It doesn't really go any faster, and all the improvements are under the hood and can't be easily seen.
Summary: Bottom line: Good improvement/stabilization. Multiplayer actually works decently. Mediocre additions. Reasonable price. Beamdog is effective but slow, and a bit sloppy. Improvements/stabilization: Beamdog worked hard to make BGII run properly on new machines, and in general, just work a whole lot...