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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 986d ago | review

Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Review | GamingTrend

GamingTrend writes:

"I always knew it on an intellectual level, but it never really struck me until this week: Bioware has been making great games for a long time. I can’t think of many companies with such a good track record, going back to the late 90s, ranging all the way back to Baldur’s Gate, which has become one of the seminal western RPGs. You can get a copy of the game through GoG.com, but the game is so old that it’s difficult for modern gamers to go back—especially considering its resolution is locked at 800×600. Lucky for us that a group of fans decided to modernize the classic RPG for our widescreen pleasure. Did they ruin a classic, or did they bring it up to modern standards?" (Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, PC) 79/100

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