Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn
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Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn
Game Over Online
24 October 2015
Excerpt: A couple of years ago, everyone was complaining about the lack of a good role-playing game. SSI's Gold Box games were well past their prime and in addition to the lack of AD&D organized games, there was pretty much a vacancy waiting to be filled by a new breed of RPG's.
Baldur’s Gate II Brings Classic RPGing To Apple iOS
1 July 2014
Excerpt: Baldur’s Gate II: Shadows of Amn opens shortly after the events of Baldur’s Gate and continues the story of the protagonist, Gorion’s Ward, whose unique heritage has now gained him (or her if you play as a woman) the attention of Jon Irenicus.
Excerpt: Designed by: Bio Ware Corp Distributed by:Interplay Entertainment Corp Minimum System Requirements Windows 95/98 Pentium II 233 or faster 32 MB RAM Quadspeed (4x) CD-ROM drive 100% Microsoft-compatible Mouse and keyboard 4MB SVGA Video Card (PCI or AGP) w\ Direct X 7.0a 800 MB for installation Da...
Excerpt: Two years after the release of the original Baldur's Gate we have the sequel to this excellent role-playing game. The plot in Baldur's Gate II, which takes place several months after the event in Baldur's Gate I, begins with an impressive opening cinematic that tells the story of Bhaal, the god of...
Excerpt: All RPG fans rejoice! Baldur’s gate 2 is upon us I bet you cant here those wondrous words: “make way evil I’m armed to the teeth and packing a hamster!”. I sure you want to know all about it so ill start with the basics...
Excerpt: The Baldur's Gate storyline continues on another section of the Sword Coast , currently thrown into chaos by poverty and war. Factions such as the Cowled Wizards and the Thieves' Guild turn the city of Amn into a battleground and manipulate citizens as pawns.
Excerpt: Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn uses the same Infinity Engine that the original, Planescape: Torment , and Icewind Dale used. It supports higher resolutions out of the box, however, which is a nice treat for those of us with better video cards.