Because they've never played it before and it's a good game. Ergo, for simpletons, they are a good developer.
Jhessail said:I hate the people in the comments who say that they bought several copies in order to support Beamdog to make BG3. FFS, these hacks are incapable of even creating a paltry "enhanced edition" properly, how the hell do some people think they could manage an entire game?
Merlkir said:-_- Why? Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy....
The game has no END cinematic anymore, hope it will be fixed soon @_o
Kill Sarevok -> instant Main menu ; no cinematic, no generic, nothing.
some moron on BG forums said:I think too many gamers are being too hard on the BGEE team. They only had 13 people working on it, and for a team that small, the amount of stuff they've done in such a short amount of time is impressive.
I did the new area added for the Wild Mage's quest today, a wooded area ravaged by Goblins:
I diplomacied (certainly a word) the first Goblin I saw which made all of the rest in the zone non-hostile and then accepted a quest from a nearby woodsman to find his wife. Upon entering the Goblin's cave at the end of the zone, I was immediately attacked by the first Goblin. I suppose he didn't get the memo from the other first Goblin that I was a cool guy. I had a chuckle that all of the Goblins in this zone were equipped with Composite Long Bows which require 18 strength to wield while Goblins have a mere 9 strength. Next, I found a newly added set of magical hide armor improperly coded as it was wearable by my Monk (they should not be able to don any armor), so I equipped it to him, noted the corpse of the woodsman's wife, burried her and moved on. The Goblin leader, a big, white Hobgoblin was next and he rewarded me with 20XP just like every other Goblin in the zone. I looted some empty tables and moved to the final area which had a decent fight with some Wizards and let me moan at the awkward new party member. The NPC I rescued gave me a magical girdle which, when identified, ended up being a normal girdle. Finally, I informed the woodsman that his wife was dead, buried, etc; he thanked me, rewarded me with no item, no XP nor reputation so I left the zone. This was advertised on their website as 4 hours of content - it took under 20 minutes and was a broken mess.
I have yet to enter the Nashkel mine and I'm close to just restarting in BGT. Bleh.