Baldur’s Gate II Game Review Trailer GamePlay ScreenShots (FREE)

By | June 10, 2017

Baldur’s Gate II Game Review Gameplay Trailer Screenshots:

Game Review: Baldur’s Gate II Shadows of Amn is a computer role-playing game which takes place in the fantasy world of Forgotten Realms developed by BioWare and released by Interplay in 2000.  This is the second game in the Baldur’s Gate series.  The game has the addition of Baldur’s Gate II Throne of Bhaal.  The third part of the game has not been made because of the suspension of Interplay and the closing of the studio Black Isle Studios.

Baldur’s Gate II Game Overview: 

The game was developed on the basis of the licensed rules of the desktop role-playing game Advanced Dungeons & Dragons while some of the elements of the system were modified with the fact that the game is not a game.  Each character in constant movement while there is a function of a controlled pause during which you can give out orders to the characters and then after removing the game from a pause observe their performance.  The game is divided into seven chapters each of which indicates a certain logical part of the plot.  It is possible to freely study the world map but there are some places that do not open until the player passes through any mark in the game.  The player starts the game with one badly equipped character but during the game he can assemble a team of up to 6 members each of whom improves his abilities with experience can also be improved (find remove from killed enemies steal buy get rewarded) equipment  Characters.

Baldur’s Gate II Game Features: 

The main character is the offspring of Baal the god of murders who died in the Time of Troubles.  His dark heritage does not give him rest.  The story begins in the laboratory of the mad magician John Irenicus where the main character his sister Imoen their friends Minsk Khalid and Jaheira are imprisoned.  Irenicus apparently put on the hero cruel experiments.  Heroes manage to escape when Irenicus’ hideout is attacked by Shadow Thieves the Atkatla mafia.

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