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Submitted by RyanDJ 470d ago | review

Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 Enhanced Editions: How Do You Like Your Re-Releases? | The Gamer's Lounge

Ryan Johnson | The Gamer's Lounge

The recent rash of re-releases that have come out have modern gamers spending their time playing new versions of games that came out ages ago. Some feel that the improvements are beneficial, while others say they are tainting the feel of the original. Ryan got a chance to try out the Baldur's Gate Enhanced Editions, and gives his opinion on how re-releases ought to be made. (Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, PC) -

sdozzo  +   470d ago
They are nice. Little costly and maybe an option to change the rule settings. Can be confusing for new players.
One_Eyed_Wizard  +   470d ago
You can do that in difficulties, no? Unless you mean individual rules in which case you're right. And costly, while that sucks, is understandable considering the amount of work that went (and still goes) into development.

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