Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Crack & Activator

Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition includes the entire Baldur's Gate adventure, the Tales of the Sword Coast expansion pack, and some never before seen content as well.
Download Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 80 / 100
User rating
Downloads 3952
Genre Role-Playing, PC-style RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Beamdog , Overhaul Games / Overhaul Games
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Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition reviews ( 7 )

Wilbur, Dec 16, 2012

I will give this a 10 just because they are bring the best game series of all time back to life. It's freaking Baldur's Gate. The best game I've ever played! I can't wait for the following releases especially BG2 and finally BG3. I feel like a kid again :)

Mistico, Nov 15, 2016

Hooked once again, 18 years later. I bought the original game in 1998 and totally loved it (played it hundreds of hours). I bought the enhanced edition in 2016 (so I did not encounter all the bugs from the 2012 release) and loved it again (played it hundreds of hours). If you love RPG's, you'll love Baldur's Gate. If you loved it back in 1998, you'll love it a little more, because now it has all the improvements of BG2! And the new Quick Loot feature is priceless. This one is a tried-n-true timeless classic.

Killeah, Jan 30, 2013

Quite a treat for us infinity fans, the franchise is just the best out there, BG was, is and will be the epitome of rpg story driven adventure of all time. At this point - several major patches have arrived making the rather unpolished initial release quite impressive. Simply a must for any fan or newcomer of strategy rpg. Oh yea almost forgot, ad&d 2nd edition is just spot on.

keefbaker, Oct 16, 2013

Worth it for nostalgia reasons. However there's not a huge amount "enhanced" about this. And if they're going to ask for a fair bit more than what you can get from the basic gog download then it should certainly have had more work done to it as it still feels as old as the original. However, I can't give this a bad review.... I mean, come on.... it's Baldurs Gate... It's just a shame the enhancements were so slight.

Limbo9, Dec 11, 2012

I had great hopes, becausei absolutely loved and adored baldur's gate 2.. and having never played BG1, i was very excited..turns out, it did not hold up for me.. you would have a better experience with the game when using the Gog edition.. with all the community content..

EdeReview, Dec 3, 2012

Here's my thoughts about the game by notes while I played it. - Great engaging music. - Zoom and hear soldiers marching, creating a great atmosphere. - Maps to explore hiding treasures and monsters. - Customization on character. - Lots of items and well organized for you to pick. - Items match you character looks (cloth, armor, weapons). -- Stunning graphics for an old school rpg feel. - Advanced interface on character skill/magic casting, very easy to use. - Mix of RTS and RPG seamless. - Characters join hero party, balancing all round skills. - Skill/magic tree to build character for all companions. - Interesting story adding new and creative lore on fantasy worlds (not just orcs vs humans stereotype). - Various game modes. - Cutscenes are joined weirdly. Beginning of the story jumps straigh to a dialogue hard to pick up (needs to be corrected by devs). - Unit animation is well done, with fluid moves . - Day and night provide different atmosphere. - A great game to create a DOTA style of play map. - Few games of nowadays that actually kept lan mode to play at home with friends. - Unit animation when hit by enemies. - Not for COD & Battlefield players: you can't have a game with those graphics in a RTS game, so don't wine about it. It's better than most mmo's around anyway (I've seen the graphics argument on youtube and it's ridiculous, pure gratuitous bashing). - Allows to be played on older pcs since its graphical detail can be easely modified. - You can choose either to be nasty and devious or kind hearted and righteous in the outcomes of small quests (lie, help for example) - Unique sets to equip characters with bonuses found throughout the game. All in all it's a fundamental "must have" on rts based games ownership. There isn't much of this kind of quality games anymore and if you're a fan already of the series, it can be easily purchased on steam for example. Look for gameplay videos on youtube and check the site out and decide for yourself if it's worth or not, at least it's not a hyped game and from big corps advertising it everywhere and promising what they don't deliver. This is just my recommendation. Cheers!

minusfive, Aug 6, 2017

Baldur's Gate is one of the greatest video games in history. It's such a shame that a bunch of lazy and dull amateurs like Beamdog was allowed to touch it with their greedy hands.