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Over at Twitter Beamdog dared me to also do inXile Entertainment, I threw in big sis Black Isle Studios for good meassure :B

 

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@SonicMage117 I don't know what people's problems are sometimes. The EEs are better than the vanilla versions in so many ways. I for one am glad that the games at least now run properly on my modern PC without having to jump through a billion hoops to make it work. And if someone doesn't like the new companions in BG:EE and BG2:EE they can just ignore them :V

 

Anywho, thank you very much :)


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Awwwwe cute! XD

And Idk either, maybe it's because the games are now on Steam with forums, trading cards and such lol I like Beamdog, if it wasn't for them then a new generation/audience would never try the classics and Crpg genre would be getting way less exposure so Beamdog's actually a huge Crpg push right now and people should just be grateful for that :)





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