Brilliant compilation, one of the best games of all time IMHO, for a decent price (£8.99 delivered). Very low recommended specs, so should work on most systems.
The Baldur's Gate series brought many technical advancements over computer-based role-playing games of the past. The player's party can have up to six members, either created by the player or NPCs (computer controlled characters) recruited by the protagonist from the game world. Numerous side quests and plot twists are associated with particular NPCs and can be activated if they are found in the player's party. Through extensive, context-dependent dialogue, many characters inside and outside the player's party are fleshed out and given an added level of complexity.
In 1999, Baldur's Gate won the Origins Award for Best Role playing Computer Game of 1998, and in 2000, Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword Coast won Best Role playing Computer Game of 1999. Baldur's Gate has also been often compared to Diablo (an action RPG), perhaps for similarities in dungeon-crawling and the isometric view, but is much more story driven with less hack and slash.
Baldur's Gate - 9.2
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Swordscoast (extension) - 8.1
Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn - 9.2
Baldurs Gate II: Throne of Bhaal (extension) - 8.7