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Greetings from deepest darkest mid-Wales

Just sayin' - hello!

Got some spare time now steam fluffed the BG2ee release date so I thought I'd introduce myself.

I loved both the BG originals and played them to death. I thought at the time it spelled great things for the future of RPG games, but after steamrolling through Dragon Age Origins which was pretty good, I realised that the BG series has not been bettered yet.

And now they work natively on my widescreen hires etc... I really couldn't ask for more.

It really says something about a title when you can embellish it a bit 10 years later and sell it again as new. (absolutely worth every penny IMHO)




  • HeindrichHeindrich Member, Moderator Posts: 2,959
    Wow the internet has reached mid-Wales?!

    I jest... Welcome to the forum ;)

    By the way, I think the price for BG 2EE is pretty much the same for Steam and Beamdog right now, so u might as well buy it from Beamdog and support the devs that actually made the game possible. They get like a tiny fraction from Steam sales.

    Also it means u get future patches for BG 2 EE significantly faster than for Steam users (due to legal issues). I found that out the hard way for the recent v1.2 patch.

  • Sammi79Sammi79 Member Posts: 6
    Cheers! a little late for me, I got both on Steam :( more fool me. If Beamdog bring out an original title of their own I will definitely consider buying straight from them in future.

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