Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition™ inclut toute l'aventure Baldur's Gate avec l'extension Tales of the Sword Coast, ainsi que du contenu inédit, comprenant une nouvelle aventure ainsi que trois nouveaux compagnons pour le groupe : le moine Calishite Rasaad yn Bashir, Neera l'entropiste et Dorn Il-Khan, le chevalier noir.
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"30fps lock. Can be unlocked via .ini tweak however this will increase the speed at which the game runs. Genre: cRPG"

Articles

"The writing of Baldur's Gate has always been one of its strongest aspects. The story remains unchanged and still holds up."

8.5/10 - Destructoid
"Hammers out a multitude of bugs found in the original release, as well as introduces brand new characters, storylines, and modes to play through.

8.5/10 - Inside Gaming Daily
"Enhanced Edition has received a number of visual upgrades including support for high resolutions that provide a far more panoramic view of the game's lovely, lush backgrounds, and a mousewheel-controlled zoom function for quickly shifting to a more down-and-dirty view of the battlefield."
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À propos de ce jeu

Depuis son lancement initial en 1998, Baldur's Gate a diverti des millions de fans autour du monde et a reçu un nombre incalculable de récompenses. Cette saga classique pleine de mystère, d'intrigue et d'aventure, s'est imposée comme la référence des jeux de rôle sur ordinateur basés sur la licence Donjons et Dragons™ depuis lors.

Tournant sur une version optimisée et améliorée de l'Infinity Engine, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition™ inclut toute l'aventure Baldur's Gate avec l'extension Tales of the Sword Coast, ainsi que du contenu inédit, comprenant une nouvelle aventure ainsi que trois nouveaux compagnons pour le groupe : le moine Calishite Rasaad yn Bashir, Neera l'entropiste et Dorn Il-Khan, le chevalier noir.

Les caractéristiques principales :

  • Une nouvelle aventure : Les Fosses Noires
  • Un nouveau personnage : Dorn Il-Khan
  • Un nouveau personnage : Neera L'Entropiste
  • Un nouveau personnage : Rasaad yn Bashir
  • De nouvelles voix pour votre personnage-joueur
  • Prise en charge de l'affichage en haute-résolution sur des écrans larges.
  • Plus de 400 améliorations au jeu original.
  • Un support multijoueur amélioré avec une connectivité entre toutes les plateformes.

Configuration requise

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum :
    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processeur : 1 GHZ
    • Mémoire vive : 512 Mo de RAM
    • Affichage : Carte vidéo compatible OpenGL 2.0 (puces graphiques Intel NON supportées)
    • Disque dur : 2 Go d'espace disque disponible
    • Son : Compatible Windows
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6.8 or later
    • Processor: Dual Core Processor
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible
    • Hard Drive:2.17 GB HD space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12+
    • Processor: Dual Core Processor
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:OpenGL 2.0 compatible
    • Hard Drive:2.17 GB HD space
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Posté le : 31 mars
An AD&D adventure set in the Forgotten Realms. The Grandaddy of all isometric (top down) open world RPGs. The Gold Standard from 1998 by which all others of its type continue to be weighed, measured and found wanting. And while it's nice to see a resurgence of newer titles embracing this classic genre, Baldur's Gate is still yet to be dethroned as far as I'm concerned by anything that has come along since in terms of gameplay, story and immersion.

Although the graphics were revolutionary for its time, they're obviously well dated by today's standards. But once you get drawn into its story, colorful NPCs and atmosphere its technical limitations just fade away and it still holds up just fine.

Kudos to Beamdog for bringing this classic into the modern era of PC gaming.

Play it again.......for the very first time
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I was an invincible demi-god, and then I met petrification.


PROS:
+Timeless classic of the D&D universe
+Excellent character NPCs of all variety
+Game length was not too long or too short
+Immersive story
+Voice acting was pretty good
+Late game stays true to the D&D aspect that there isn’t just one way to complete a quest
+Random Easter eggs and parodies
+Controls were pretty straightforward, felt like a RTS with a pause button
+Can export your character to use in Baldur’s Gate II

CONS:
-AI was incredibly derpy at times; especially pathing and combat
-Some available party members would just up and leave despite actively working on their personal quest line. Be wary of who you deck out in good gear.
-Some personal quests won’t complete if certain party members die during the last part of their quest line.
-Some spells are unclear if they hurt your party or not. If it doesn’t specify ENEMIES, it more than likely will affect everybody.
-Story was a bit slow up front, but stick with it.
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I'll be writing this review mainly directed to people who don't really know much about Dungeons & Dragons or old-school cRPG's.

One of the first games to have branching story paths that actually worked and meant something. Lots of consequence, lots of choices, lots of endings.

The story of the game is very well written and also interesting. If you're willing to read up on the background information a little to get a grasp of what the D&D world is like, particuarly this one, then you'll understand the games story better. Even if you don't read any background information you'll still pick up on it as you play, and you'll still be able to enjoy it.

The first few hours of the game are a little slow and sort of random. During these few hours (about 2-3 hours or so), lots of random things will be thrown at you just to let you practice on how the game works. You'll meet random companions, random attacks, and have some pretty pointless but rewarding side quests. Like I said, these are just to warm you up on the rest of the game.

One of the main points of the game is maintaining a party. You'll meet many companions along your adventure which you can either allow into your party or not. You must watch each players health, weapons, stats, and so on. It sounds complicated when you first read about it, but it's pretty easy once you get used to it. Your companions will get tired, get wounded or their weapons will break. You have to watch out for all of these things and help them out as much as you can. Fortunately for people who have a hard time making characters, you will only have to make your own character (which is the leader of the party) as all other companions will have their own stats and abilities. With that being said, you must know how to use and level up their stats and abilities.

The combat can be a bit tricky at first, especially once your party gets pretty large. You are able to pause the game, point out each individual party member who to attack, then unpause. Having your whole party attack the same enemy at once works on lower level enemies, but as you start to face larger groups of monster and/or more challenging enemies, you have to use strategy to determine how not to get your party instantly killed.

The character creation is quite big for this game. You can chose between a few races, pick between many classes which have their own sub-classes (Such has Cleric/Ranger or Cleric/Thief, etc.) and have quite a bit of stats to level up. You won't be leveling up as easily or quickly as many of todays RPGs. I didn't upgrade my main character until about 2 hours into the game while doing a bunch of side-quests and killing lots of enemies. Leveling up is meant to feel rewarding and having an actual impact when adding points to stats and gaining new abilites.

The world is nicely drawn in this game too. The graphics on the Enhanced Version doesn't look much better than when I played this game years ago, but at least it's in widescreen.

Exploring the world is also a huge point in this game. The world isn't all one seamless level, but instead it's broken up into large sections which usually have other sections within them, such as caves and castles. Most of the places you're allowed to freely enter, but others are restricted.

I guess there's also multiplayer, but I guess i'm the only one in my friends list that owns this game haha.

Overall, I think this game is very good, and the Enchanced Edition brings some changes that will ease in newcomers to the classing cRPG genre. This is considered by many to be one of the best RPG games to date, as well as the other D&D cRPG's that came out around the same time. I recommend this game to anyone who is a fan of RPGs and are willing to overcome a slight learning curve if they haven't played a classic cRPG such as this before.
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Special thanks to a good friend who proof-read this review; they said they wanted to remain anonymous, but thanks nonetheless.
**Some of review in comments section

Unlike many of the individuals who have purchased this title, I had not previously been exposed to Baldur’s Gate before this variance made its way onto the Steam store; I can, however, say that I anxiously awaited its rerelease on Steam, and even purchased it at a much higher price-point than I ever had and would with any other title. Baldur’s Gate is a game that deserves its praise as a classic open-world roleplaying adventure game based on the Second Edition (2e) of the Dungeons & Dragons (DnD) tabletop d20 game developed by the late Gary Gygax; Baldur’s Gate, followed by the Neverwinter and Dragon Age series, supports the DnD 2e core roleplaying game mechanics. As an avid player of DnD 3.5 and 3.75e (the Pathfinder system), I had not experienced much prior exposure to 2e other than that which I researched online and from my older Dungeon Mastering books, and, therefore, was able to view Baldur’s Gate as an original concept instead of ‘just another DnD adventure path.'

Here are some things that I found particularly enjoyable about Baldur’s Gate:

Connectivity to Dungeons & Dragons - Right down to the equipment, combat tactics, roleplaying capabilities, and intriguing characters, Baldur’s Gate provides the sheer thrill of roleplaying that is offered by the tabletop renditions of the Dungeons & Dragons games. The game utilizes a simultaneous real-time and turn-based approach to combat, which will be described under the Gameplay portion of this review. Included in this title are six playable core races, a multitude of classes that influence each character’s style of play, the ability to multiclass, and the capability to interact with party members, which further enhances (no pun intended) the roleplaying experience. Since it utilizes the same mechanics as those in the tabletop roleplaying system, concepts such as THACO scores, Initiative modifiers, and alignments make an appearance; to those that are not familiar with the concepts, they are very simple to grasp and there are online guides dedicate to both Baldur’s Gate and Dungeons & Dragons that aide newer players in learning the roleplaying system.

Gameplay - As stated previously, Baldur’s Gate utilizes a combat system that is both turn-based and real-time in that actions rotate between characters within a confrontation as a sequence depending on each character’s Initiative score; basically, whoever’s quicker will end up going first in the rotation. The game also employs a simulated d20-or 20-sided die-roll to resolve the degree of success pertaining to given actions such as lockpicking and attack actions. Outside of combat, players can speak with other characters, both in and out of their own party, which may alter a given character’s alignment status. Some characters also have the ability to perform certain actions such as picking locks as a Rogue archetype (pressing V while out of combat), or casting passive Charm spells on non-player characters for specific gains. In all, the system is so intricate and open that you can practically do whatever you want, within the game’s limitations, of course. There is also a multiplayer component to Baldur’s Gate in which you can import characters you have created and play with friends throughout the game.
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Posté le : 16 mai
Go for the eyes Boo, GO FOR THE EYES!! RrraaaAAGHGHH!!!

Ever dreamed of taking your typical D&D session with your friends out of the pen & paper setting to a PC screen?

+ Timeless classic of the D&D universe
+ Excellent character NPCs of all variety
+ Charismatic companions: Minsc the Ranger (and Boo!), Jaheira, Viconia, Xzar, Sarevok…
+ Game length (both games combined are well over 100 hours of gameplay)
+ Immersive story
+ Replayability
+ Voice acting
+ Late game stays true to the D&D aspect that there isn’t just one way to complete a quest
+ Random Easter eggs and parodies
+ Every action you make affects the game world,
+ Controls were pretty straightforward, felt like a RTS with a pause button
+ Can export your character to use in Baldur’s Gate II
+ The (new) developers are supporting the game with patches and fixes, and they actually listen to the community

- Since I can't find any cons let me here tell you something about Boo. Boo was the pet and companion of the Rashemi ranger Minsc, having joined him shortly after he sustained an injury to his head.

While there was skepticism regarding the claim, Minsc insisted that Boo was, in fact, a miniature giant space hamster who was intelligent and could converse coherently with him. However, as Minsc was quite addled, it was unclear whether or not his claims were true.

2d5+1/2d5

★★★★★
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