Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition
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which just makes it so much better since they didn't try to remake it
Amanda Langdon, Amazon
21 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. and no matter how many times I reloaded the ending it kept crashing.
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. This updated version is worth the money. The story is fantastic.
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. For my part, I haven't experienced any of the game crashes or glitches that other reviews have described, but I haven't experienced any enhanced gameplay either.
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. The character developement and storyline is much better than I had ever imagined it would be. With that all said this version, as I've read from many other reviewers, does have a few shortcomings in the way of bugs.
Summary: So far no major bugs to complain about. The opening movie had a few sound issues but other then that its a great game . This game hands down is the best D&D second gen game ever made, (first being the old DOS gold box games). For 5 bucks it is worth the price!
Summary: I bought this game to share it with my children now that they are old enough and interested enough to play it with me. While there has been some compatibility issues with my Windows 8 machine, the game in multiplayer mode still plays well. The cut-scene graphics have all be replaced with what *I* deem to be lesser quality graphics, but serve their purpose. The new additional characters are okay, but its the classic ones I've enjoyed seeing and hearing again.