Skybound Games and Beamdog are bringing Baldur's Gate I & II, Planescape, Icewind Dale, and Neverwinter Nights to Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.
Members of Dice, Camera Action! (A D&D Livestream) are Recording Voice-Over Packs for Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition and More
Some popular D&D live streamers from Dice, Camera, Action! will make an appearance in the Beamdog Enhanced Edition family of games.
If you happened to read my review of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition you probably noticed that I really loved it, and you can imagine that I was eagerly waiting for the Enhanced Edition of Baldur's Gate II.
If you read my review of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, you know I'm quite fond of it, and I was definitely fond of the original game that changed the PC RPG landscape fourteen years ago. Today we
I was sitting at my computer writing my review of the PC version of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition when I learned something absolutely startling and incomprehensible, that no doubt will make many RPG fans that were waiting
PC users are already preloading Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, but there are some good news even for those that like to play games on their Linux system.
In a recent forum post, Trent Oster, the president of developer Overhaul Games announced that Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition won't be ready for the planned launch date next week. He declined to say what exactly was causing
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition is going to be quite a nostalgic treat for those that will soon play it on PC, Mac, iPad and Android devices, but what about those that like to play their games on
Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Creative Director Talks Beamdog Exclusivity, Piracy, Boxed Release Stalled
A real hubbub came out of the confirmation on the fact that Baldur's Gate Enchanced Edition won't be released on Steam. Some even went as far as threatening to pirate the game if it won't see the
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition has been announced as a digital release only, but, despite the age of digital downloads, many gamers still love their boxes and their manuals.
A few days ago, with the announcement of a Mac OS X Version of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, a slightly misleading quote from the official site caused concern between fans planning to enjoy the revival of the
The Baldur's Gate teaser website appeared on the vast sea of the internet a while ago, and since then many speculated on what it meant. Today the mystery has been revealed (after the internet literally crushed the