Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition
"“Wer mit Ungeheuern kämpft, mag zusehn, dass er nicht dabei zum Ungeheuer wird. Und wenn du lange in einen Abgrund blickst, blickt der Abgrund auch in dich hinein...” Entführt. Eingesperrt. Gefoltert. Der Magier Irenicus hält Euch in seiner Festung gefangen und versucht, Euch die Kräfte, die Euer Geburtsrecht sind, zu rauben.
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Veröffentlichung: 15. Nov. 2013

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"Must Play for all true CRPG-enthusiasts. AD&D 2nd ed. game that continues the great story of BG 1. RtwP combat; memorable characters - Epic Game remake!"

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“Wer mit Ungeheuern kämpft, mag zusehn, dass er nicht dabei zum Ungeheuer wird. Und wenn du lange in einen Abgrund blickst, blickt der Abgrund auch in dich hinein...”

Entführt. Eingesperrt. Gefoltert. Der Magier Irenicus hält Euch in seiner Festung gefangen und versucht, Euch die Kräfte, die Euer Geburtsrecht sind, zu rauben.

Könnt Ihr dem Bösen in Euch widerstehen, eine Legende heroischen Ausmaßes schaffen und endgültig die dunkle Essenz, die Eure Träume heimsucht, zerstören? Oder werdet Ihr Eure monströse Natur akzeptieren, eine Schneise der Verwüstung durch die Reiche ziehen und als neuer Fürst des Mordes zur Gottheit aufsteigen?


  • Thron des Bhaal: Reist in dem spannenden Finale der Bhaalbrut-Saga nach Tethyr und erkundet die mit Schätzen gefüllten Hallen der Wachenden Festung!
  • Faust des Gefallenen: Helft dem Sonnenseelenmönch Rasaad dabei, auf seiner Suche nach Vergeltung Frieden zu finden und bestimmt das Schicksal einer ketzerischen Sekte.
  • Der Blutzoll: Begleitet den Finsteren Streiter Dorn bei seinen Versuchen, die immer blutigeren Forderungen seines dunklen Herrn zu erfüllen, indem er eine Schneise der Zerstörung durch die Reiche schlägt.
  • Eine Stimme im Dunkeln: Rekrutiert die mysteriöse Diebin Hexxat und helft ihr bei ihrer Mission, lange verschollene Artefakte aus Gräbern zu bergen, die über ganz Faerûn verstreut sind.
  • Wilde Jagd: Schützt die Unschuldigen und kämpft mit der Hasardeurin Neera gegen eine skrupellose Schule der Roten Magier.
  • Die Schwarzen Gruben II - Gladiatoren von Tay: Erforscht die taktischen Tiefe des Dungeons & Dragons-Kampfes auf den höchsten Stufen. Wiegelt Eure Wärter gegeneinander auf, während Ihr Fallen entgeht und mit Halb-Leichnamen, Gedankenschindern und den legendären Githyanki um Euer Leben kämpft.
  • Einfacher Mehrspieler-Modus: Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition macht es Euch leicht, Mehrspielersitzungen zu finden, zu hosten und ihnen beizutreten, selbst wenn Ihr euch hinter einer Firewall befindet.
  • Widescreen und mehr: Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition hat vollständigen Widescreensupport, aus den Oroginal-Renderbildern überarbeitete Gebietsgrafiken und viele weitere Interface- und Gameplayverbesserungen.


Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
    • Processor: 1 GHZ
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 2.0 compatible
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows Compatible
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or equivalent
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 2 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Requires Steam Run-Time
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Verfasst: 5. Juli
I played this with my friend, we had been waiting for years upon years to play this game on multiplayer and were SO excited for the enhanced edition. Like for 10+ years we waited for this to happen, and it finally did.

And oh boy, was I disappointed.

All that time, he had said that he solod the entire game as a Paladin, cutting through everything, chopping it all to bits, but oddly he never took the conversation further when I started namedropping specific items and builds.

I know why.

I will tell you why.

We have just escaped the mindflayer prisons and are finding a way out.

Me- "Wait, let me open the door and we will pull them here and trap them."
Him- *Charges in and gets killed in 3 hits by mindflayers*

We are helping the rebellion of a sahuaguin prince who wants to overthrow a usurper to his throne and wander into a pit of zombies that poison us with every hit.

Me- *Surrounded by monsters, low on health, poisoned, pauses the game to choreograph a battle plan*
Him- "Stop pausing the game, let me win!!!"
Me- "No, wait, I'm a druid, let me figure this out or I'm toast, I'll buff you with haste."
Him- "WHY WON'T YOU LET ME WIN!!" *Spams unpause so I think sod it, I die, he dies*

We find ourselves confronted with some kind of puzzle, 6 treasure chests lay in a circle around us and the floor is riddled with traps.

Me- "Ok, let me disarm all the traps."
Him- *Charges across the room, gets turned to stone* "Reload."
Me- "No it's okay, I'll stone to flesh you." *Stone to flesh on him*
Him- *Walks into exactly the same trap, turns to stone*
Me- "Why did you do that?" *Rests, stone to flesh on him*
Him- *Walks into the same trap again*
Me- "Stop doing that, are you dumb?" *Rests, stone to flesh on him*
Him- *Finally stops, lets me disarm all the traps on the floor*
Him- *Walks around the room opening all of the chests one by one, eating acid arrows, magic missiles, and then finally a death spell*
Him- "Reload."
Me- "No, I can revive you." *Revives him* "Just stand right there don't move." *Disarms every single trap*
Him- *Opens all the chests takes all the items equips the +4 spear on his other character*
Me- "That's an upgrade for me can I have it?"
Him- "BRB." *for 45 minutes*

We are in the sewers under the city and encounter a particularly nasty pack of bandits who killed us on two attempts to fight them head on.

Me- "Ok wait here, I will pull them to us one by one, they are tough man, the spellcasters cast stuns so we need to get them alone."
Him- "Ok."
Me- *Moves toward them slowly to get aggro, notices he's running up behind me, pause it* "Wait back there, please."
Him- *silence*
Me- "OK? Wait back there ok??"
Him- *silence*
Me- *unpauses it*
Him- *Charges passed me and attacks them all, gets stunned, gets killed*

We get ambushed in a lodge in the windspear hills, we are low level compared to this area and quest but we are powering through. He gets killed playing with a solo mindset and trying to take on a heavily armoured dwarf who is cleaving a third of his health with each hit and a couple of his lackeys. I manage to take on the wizard by myself and use up my last healing spell keeping myself alive, as I know my friend is dead and I've already wasted my other charges on him.

Him- "Why didn't you heal me? It's your job."

I rooted and managed to kill the lackeys using bear form and using my potions. With just me and the dwarf left, I notice that he really does hit mega hard and decided to run out of the house to try and lose aggro and catch a rest. He didn't stop following me, and 2 wild dogs came out of nowhere and attacked me too. In a moment of true tension I turn 180 and run straight passed the dwarf with dogs in tow. To my sheer amazement and relief, the dogs started attacking the dwarf and he stopped to fight them!! In the moments of freedom I got, I casted a root spell from out of view distance and then ran inside the house.

I noticed I still had my daily heal spell up, so I used it on myself, getting me to about half health and I turned into a bear and waited. In comes the dwarf, mad as hell and covered in dog's blood. The next 10 seconds were a blur. He hits me, hard, I'm one hit from death. I hit him, he misses. I hit him again, he misses. I miss.... he misses, then I kill him with a final maul to the face. PHEW!!!!!

Carrying all of his gear, I only have enough strength in bear form to carry it plus his corpse to the temple in the city to revive him. So I trundle across the land carrying him and all of his gear over my back, as a bear. By far the most epic and tense moments I've EVER HAD in any RPG, ever. Full stop.

Him- "If you didn't pause it so much I would have killed them. It's so annoying when you're pausing it all the time"

Me- "Did you see what happened? It was epic man."

Him- "No I was chatting with my bro in his room."

The game is full on amazing, always has been, always will be. The new characters are a little annoying and I ended up turning the girl in the copper coronet to stone because she wouldn't shut up about going to the crypt to find the treasure, like literally she went on about it nonstop and her voice.... argh.... she makes a pretty statue.

But just make sure you have a teammate who understands what this game is all about, understands tactics, is patient and has an IQ above 80.

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49 von 65 Personen (75%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 6. Juni
Baldur's gate 2


easy : wow this is so easy

normal: okay this is kinda difficult

hard: why do i feel like im playing dark souls

insane: cant even get past the prolouge without all my party members dying
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16 von 16 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 15. Juni
Great game.

I like how this game allows us to continue playing with our character from the first game, been able to level up again after reaching the level cap in the previous game gives a good feeling of continued progression to this game.

Having now played Icewind Dale 1 and 2 and Baldurs Gate 1 and 2, these games have become my favourites. They don't make them like these anymore.
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8 von 8 Personen (100%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
1 Person fand dieses Review lustig
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Verfasst: 17. Juni
Highly recommended.

I don't need to tell the people who have ever played this game before what they already know, but now that I know I have one of the highest amount of hours on record I felt the need to explain a little about why this game is one of, if not the greatest sequels to an already great saga. Truly a specatcluar return to a lifechanging game, and by that I mean I probably spent twice the hours on this game the first time back in the early 2000's. I've already played through twice as a good and evil character and I would recommend doing the same. I didn't change up my party selection much(usually dorn, jaheria, viconia, hexxat, and edwina..ahem..edwin) all leaders in their pre-ordained classes. I also exported my char from the first game, to get a head start on levels and mage spell memorization. The voice actor for the villain (Joneleth) is exceptional and makes for a harrowing macabre theme throughout. The graphics and cinematics are the only drawbacks I can think of but thats not why you play a game like this.
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7 von 8 Personen (88%) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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Verfasst: 25. Mai
God only knows how many hours I've poured into this game across so many different platforms and computers, but it must be well into the thousands (I have three of the original CD copy sat next to me on a shelf, including the collector's edition!) I promise to change that one day soon.

I'll start by addressing my low playtime on here. I bought the steam version before it supported Mac, foolishly without checking, and because I spend almost all my time on it throughout the day I knew I was never going to play on my main rig - so I purchased it again from the AppStore.

As for a review, the EE version of BG2 doesn't change much of the original game, but what it does do is fix it and update it. It brings compatibility with different resolutions, bug fixes, smoothness. The whole shabang. It's startling that since playing the Enhanced Edition I've not had a single crash, save game fail, or random lack of an NPC or item vital to completing a quest - all of which I have experienced in the past a number of times on my countless playthroughs. The EE's main strength is that it optimises it for modern hardware (not that it was hard to run in the first place) and as a result runs smoother than a velvet undergarment.

But what I would say about the Enhanced Edition is that at no point did it feel like I was playing a different version of BG2 (aside from it's lack of faults) which in one way is fantastic as the game was near-perfect anyway, but in another way feels like a bit of a con given the price difference - if you're happy to put up with the occasional bug or crash, then £15 is a bit steep compared to the £5 the original is available elsewhere.

In the end, for me, the multi-platform capability and faultless gameplay of the EE version on here justifies what is, in all honesty, not too much to ask for one of the greatest games of all time. You just have to ask if the extra £10 is worth it to you.
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