Baldur's Gate

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Takes you back to the Forgotten Realms on a visually dazzling role-playing adventure, one that brings to life the grand tradition of AD&D through cutting edge art and technology.

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The story of Baldur's Gate started 19 years ago and continues on today as Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition.… T.co

Dec 21 2017

Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition appeared on Android, iPhone and Linux 3 years ago. Time for more... experiments.… T.co

Dec 16 2017

Today marks the 5th anniversary of BG:EE on Windows. Thanks for five unbelievable years, Baldur's Gate fans!… T.co

Nov 28 2017

It’s been 3 years since Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition players started gathering parties to venture forth on Linux… T.co

Nov 28 2017

Time flies! It's been four years since the release of BGII:EE. Have you discovered Irenicus’s dark plan?… T.co

Nov 13 2017

RT @BeamdogInc: Attention all heroes on the go! For the price of a pumpkin spice latte, hundreds of hours of adventure can be yours… T.co

Oct 13 2017

RT @BeamdogInc: The Beamdog September Roundup blog is here! Get the latest on what's up & what's next at the studio here! --->… T.co

Oct 4 2017

From Waukeen's Promenade to Suldanessellar and beyond! Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn debuted 17 years ago.… T.co

Sep 24 2017

RT @BeamdogInc: The convention team is getting ready to set up at @EdmontonExpo! If you're in #YEG this weekend, make sure to drop… T.co

Sep 22 2017

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  • j0lt j0lt

    Easily the best AD&D-based game out there. Even today it still remains playable!

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    • Blaze_K Blaze_K

      duh, of course it's still playable. why wouldn't it?

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  • booman booman

    I've never played Baldur's Gate before, but I absolutely love Role Playing Games. I know this is a classic, so its a good idea to add it to my collection

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    • feillyne feillyne Staff Subscriber

      Never? O.o

      To be sincere, even when BGII and IWD's engines / general gameplay were improved, BGI still beats them with an open world, at least sufficiently open to roam around and waste your time on non-storyline plots & battles.

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