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Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition
Forced to leave your home under mysterious circumstances, you find yourself drawn into a conflict that has the Sword coast on the brink of War. Soon you discover there are other forces at work, far more sinister than you could ever imagine… since its original release in 1998, Baldur's Gate has set the standard for dungeons & dragons computer roleplaying games. Customize your hero, recruit a party of brave allies, and explore the Sword coast in your search for adventure, profit… and the truth.

Baldur's Gate II Enhanced Edition
Kidnapped. Imprisoned. Tortured. The wizard irenicus holds you captive in his stronghold, attempting to Strip you of the powers that are your Birthright. Can you resist the evil in your Blood and forsake the dark destiny that awaits you? Or will you embrace your monstrous nature and ascend to godhood as the new Lord of murder? Continue a journey started in Baldur's Gate: enhanced Edition or create an entirely new character in this isometric dungeons & dragons roleplaying game.

Release Date: 15 October 2019
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Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:42

Wow really? What's the point in playing this then


To have an immersive experience of your very own.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:42

Wow really? What's the point in playing this then



Because it's an absolute classic? In fact two absolute classics.
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Hi, anyone able to confirm if this is two player?
Heat though, the updated controls work quite well and don't cause too much issue when playing
uberjuba17/06/2020 13:35

It's not


Wow really? What's the point in playing this then
Edited by: "Isaac_McCafferty" 17th Jun
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:42

Wow really? What's the point in playing this then


To have an immersive experience of your very own.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:42

Wow really? What's the point in playing this then



Because it's an absolute classic? In fact two absolute classics.
BigOrkWaaagh17/06/2020 13:48

Because it's an absolute classic? In fact two absolute classics.


I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc there's a level at the very start of the first one in a pub/cellar and the rats were so hard to kill back then lol.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:50

I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc …I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc there's a level at the very start of the first one in a pub/cellar and the rats were so hard to kill back then lol.


That sounds like Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. A console only series that was very different to these two games.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:50

I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc …I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc there's a level at the very start of the first one in a pub/cellar and the rats were so hard to kill back then lol.



You just described the first level of every RPG ever made! Well except the hard bit
CaptainDantastic17/06/2020 13:54

That sounds like Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. A console only series that w …That sounds like Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. A console only series that was very different to these two games.



And did support two players!
CaptainDantastic17/06/2020 13:54

That sounds like Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. A console only series that w …That sounds like Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance. A console only series that was very different to these two games.


Yeah it was terrible. So many regrets buying dark alliance
Great games but they crash a lot. I played through both the first game and Dragonspear and they crashed so many times that I was saving the game every 15-20 minutes.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:50

I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc …I guess I was just hoping to be able to reminisce with my brother. Iirc there's a level at the very start of the first one in a pub/cellar and the rats were so hard to kill back then lol.


Isn't that The Bards Tale?
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 13:42

Wow really? What's the point in playing this then


Baldurs gate has never been a multiplayer game
Drittz7817/06/2020 14:40

Baldurs gate has never been a multiplayer game


Read above. Confused with baldurs gate dark alliance.
Isaac_McCafferty17/06/2020 14:42

Read above. Confused with baldurs gate dark alliance.


That game doesn't deserve to polish baldurs gate 1 & 2's boots.
These millennials haven't got a clue about true gaming. Sad to see in all honesty. Heat from me.
Malabus17/06/2020 14:52

These millennials haven't got a clue about true gaming. Sad to see in all …These millennials haven't got a clue about true gaming. Sad to see in all honesty. Heat from me.


oh here we go, another 'it was better back in my day...'
How's about we let everyone enjoy whatever games they like to enjoy and not judge eh?
Except mobile phone gamers, those guys are saaaaaaad
boulder117/06/2020 15:26

oh here we go, another 'it was better back in my day...' oh here we go, another 'it was better back in my day...' How's about we let everyone enjoy whatever games they like to enjoy and not judge eh?Except mobile phone gamers, those guys are saaaaaaad


Don't knock Pokémon Go unless you've tried it
the sheer scale of the content included in this is mind blowing. I spent *months* on my first (and only) play through of Baldur's Gate and its expansion. The sequel is more of the same really, but it improves upon the original in many areas.

*months*
sneakyduck17/06/2020 16:09

the sheer scale of the content included in this is mind blowing. I spent …the sheer scale of the content included in this is mind blowing. I spent *months* on my first (and only) play through of Baldur's Gate and its expansion. The sequel is more of the same really, but it improves upon the original in many areas.*months*


CRT monitors. Pentium processors. Jumpers for goalposts.
sneakyduck17/06/2020 16:10

CRT monitors. Pentium processors. Jumpers for goalposts.


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my desktop background throughout. halcyon days.
Malabus17/06/2020 14:52

These millennials haven't got a clue about true gaming. Sad to see in all …These millennials haven't got a clue about true gaming. Sad to see in all honesty. Heat from me.



Hahaha, BG1 only came out in the late 90's. Some millenials would have been adults (just about) by that point!
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