213374U Posted February 12, 2017 Share Posted February 12, 2017 (edited) (I'm not as familiar with how the modders are adapting to the new EE environment and whether there are actually quality mods that take advantage of the stuff numbers mentions, so maybe when that actually delivers, EE becomes a worthwhile purchase. We'll see if it happens. I'm pretty OK with what the last 10 years of modding achieved.) To be honest: not so much. But I haven't kept up with IE mod development for more than a year, so maybe it picked up. The guy to ask would be CoM_Solaufein, but I haven't seen him for a while. Can you mods like @page each other or something? Of course, if you're comfortable with the originals and have no interest in recent mods or the QoL improvements, then yes, there's little reason to pick up the EEs, I guess. The new content alone —Dragonspear notwithstanding— doesn't warrant it. I also respect boycotting the dev due to their business model or practices — I do it myself with other devs. The UI complaints are subjective, though. As I said, I barely noticed any changes. And at any rate, the new UI, ugly as it may be, IS an improvement over BG1's. Installing a ton of mods and BGT/BP isn't trivial. @Bart: well, the Beamdog modding subforum is pretty active... for a 15+ year old modding community. Also staples like Spell/Item Revisions were being updated for the EEs, and Kit Revisions hadn't been totally abandoned. edit: seriously, this board's autoformatting is atrocious. Kill it with fire! Edited February 12, 2017 by 213374U - When he is best, he is a little worse than a man, and when he is worst, he is little better than a beast. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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