Originally Posted by der_ketzer
Well I played a little bit.
+ It's Baldur's Gate 1 + Tales Of The Sword Coast (haven't entered Ulgoth's beard yet so I am not sure of it. The area is available on the map though
+ I like the new look of the inventory including explanations of the armor rating. And the new texts look really good
+ The areas look a lot better than in the original / are a little more high res but still: Baldur's Gate 2 looked better
+ They added the Tutorial from Baldur's Gate 2 which is really helpful for new players since the tutorial system in the first game was garbage (but is still intact) (including framerate drops in the tutoriual but I am not sure if they haven't been there always)
+ Cutscenes have been remade. No more lo-fi CGI crap. They look really great.
+ New gameplay: The Black Pits. Seems to be arena-style content but I haven't really touched it yet because I really want to play the main game first.
- No resolution options the game auto-detects it and I really don't like how small everything looks. This game was designed for 640x480 when it was released and it shows.
- The price is way too high --> wait for a sale. For that kind of money you get everything Baldur's Gate on GoG
- There are already 4 DLC packs "not yet to buy" in the main menu.
Thanks. From what you've said so far, it seems like the main draw over BGTuTu is the new cutscenes and the new areas.
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