Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, a remake of the classic PC RPG, has been abruptly pulled from the Apple App Store and Beamdog. It looks like someone got jumped by a pack of lawyers.
Baldur's Gate, the 1998 Dungeons and Dragons RPG, has returned to the PC in a new and improved form. The Enhanced Edition of the game can be purchased for $19.99.
Today Beamdog released a gameplay trailer for Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, the upcoming remake of the Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game. They also announced that the game is now available for pre-loading for select gamers.
Today was supposed to be the release date for Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, a remake of the popular Dungeons and Dragons PC RPG. However, Overhaul Games has decided to delay the game.
Beamdog, the publisher of Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, has confirmed that the role-playing game won't be appearing on the Wii U. Beamdog co-founder Trent Oster says that they won't work with Nintendo again.
It's expected that a remake will look better than the original game. However, Beamdog isn't content to simply update the graphics of Baldur's Gate and call it a day. They're adding new content as well.
Like the original Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition will support online multiplayer. However, the remake's multiplayer has a bit of a twist: you can team up with friends playing the game on a different platform.
Today Overhaul Games announced another platform for their Baldur's Gate remake. Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition, previously announced for the PC and iPad, will be appearing on Mac OS X as well.
Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition won't be a PC exclusive. Overhaul Games announced today that the remake of the Dungeons and Dragons RPG will be released for available for all iPad models as well.