Mac owners, pay attention! Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is set to arrive on Mac OS X February 22! Having enjoyed a warm reception on Windows and iPad platforms (both of which had significant delays), the updated RPG adds a host of new features to the classic release, which is still the favorite role playing game of many a gamer despite being released over 15 years ago.
I received my review copy for Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Thanksgiving weekend. I was a little sad when I found out that currently the game only supports TCP/IP co-op, mostly because it meant I couldn't try out the co-op until release (I didn't know anyone else that had an early review copy). November 28th rolled around, which meant I could try the co-op... theoretically. Unfortunately, that was not to be, as my press copy was not the same version as the released copy! This took me a few frustrating days to find out (my own fault) as I attempted many work-arounds that didn't work (how could they have, considering the root problem?)
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will be hitting iOS and PC tomorrow, bringing with it a version of Baldur's Gate that has gotten a ton of polish and even some new content. The game was delayed a few months to polish up some of its own issues, which is a good thing, but it's finally time to unleash the game on a new generation of gamers.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, the updated version of the classic RPG, has been delayed until November. The game was originally slated to be released this coming week, but an official post on the forums cites a team decision to hold off the game's ship date so the team can polish the game a bit more.
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