Dungeons & Dragons Archive

  • Enjoy Some Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition Screenshots, Wallpapers, and Soundtrack Samples

    Enjoy Some Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition Screenshots, Wallpapers, and Soundtrack Samples

    November 15th may be PlayStation 4 launch day and all, but for PC gamers and role-playing game enthusiasts there is something even more important happening on that day. In case you forgot, that’s when Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition comes out (for Windows and Mac), […]

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  • Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition Launches this November

    Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced Edition Launches this November

    At long last, Baldur’s Gate II, arguably the greatest role-playing video game ever made (I’m one who would argue that it is), is getting the Enhanced Edition treatment that its predecessor received last year. Confirmed today by its creator Overhaul Games, Baldur’s Gate II: Enhanced […]

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  • Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

    Review: Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara

    When gamers talk about classic beat ’em ups, games like Golden Axe, Double Dragon, Final Fight and Streets of Rage are always the first to be remembered. Capcom’s Dungeons & Dragons fantasy brawlers deserve to be on that all-time list as well. Now more than […]

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  • Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter to Launch June 20

    Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter to Launch June 20

    In open beta since late April, free-to-play Dungeon’s & Dragons MMORPG Neverwinter is scheduled to conclude testing for a full game launch on June 20th. Once launch day arrives, developer Cryptic Studios will introduce Gauntlgrym, an end-game PvE and PvP battleground where level 60 veterans […]

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  • Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter Beta Opens to All Later this Month

    Dungeons & Dragons Neverwinter Beta Opens to All Later this Month

    City of Heroes and Champions Online developer Cryptic Studios has been working away on its Dungeons & Dragons MMORPG Neverwinter for a few years now. Development has been going so long the studio has actually been through two buyouts during the process, beginning work under […]

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  • Capcom HD-ifies Classic Dungeons & Dragons Arcade Games

    Capcom HD-ifies Classic Dungeons & Dragons Arcade Games

    DuckTales isn’t the only vintage game Capcom is resurrecting this summer. Dungeons & Dragons arcade beat-’em-ups Tower of Doom and its sequel Shadow over Mystara, are banding together for an HD digital download compilation titled Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara. Developed by Iron Galaxy […]

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  • Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition’s Rebooted Intro

    Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition’s Rebooted Intro

    The 2012 holiday season has thus far been packed with high profile games. Black Ops II. Assassin’s Creed III. Halo 4. PlayStation All-Stars. The Wii U. But for many gamers, particularly of the old school persuasion, these mainstream blockbusters pale in comparison to today’s PC […]

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  • Enhanced Baldur’s Gate Remains Shut Until November

    Enhanced Baldur’s Gate Remains Shut Until November

    Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition was supposed to be coming out tomorrow. Sorry, classic role-players, but that ain’t happening any more. Overwhelmed by feedback, suggestions and the continued work on translations and the addition of new bonus features not found in the original release, Overhaul Games […]

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  • Baldur’s Gate Returns With New Characters and Adventures in September

    Baldur’s Gate Returns With New Characters and Adventures in September

    Overhaul Games’ enhanced version of all-time fantasy RPG classic Baldur’s Gate has a launch date: September 18th. That date covers the Windows PC version, which is available for pre-purchase now as a no-client direct download from Beamdog at a cost of $19.99 (minus a $2 […]

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  • Overhaul Games Enhancing Baldur’s Gate Classic for iPad

    Overhaul Games Enhancing Baldur’s Gate Classic for iPad

    I still don’t own an iPad (or iPhone) of any generation–mostly because, to me, the investment is too steep for what I’d use it for–but suddenly I feel more inclined than ever to take the hit to my wallet. A single game announcement has made […]

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