Posts Tagged ‘Infinity Engine’

Lost source code might rule out Icewind Dale II: Enhanced Edition

Beamdog have been on a retro remastering rampage in recent years, fancying up and re-releasing Icewind Dale, the two Baldur’s Gate games, and Planescape: Torment. Their spree of updating games built on the Infinity Engine has reached one tricky obstacle, though: they can’t find the source code for Icewind Dale II. Beamdog say they fancy giving a remaster a go but they need the source to even see if that’s even viable. They’ve been searching, reaching out to people who might have it, but no luck so far. Read the rest of this entry »

Gleaming: Icewind Dale’s Enhanced Edition

It's sleeping, okay?

They don’t make ’em like the old days, but they do revamp and remake ’em like the new days. After fancying up BioWare’s two olde Baldur’s Gate games with Enhanced Editions, Beamdog have now turned their revitalising eye to another Infinity Engine classic. Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition is a shiny new version of the fantasy RPG by venerated Fallout creators Black Isle Studios, with a reworked UI, new quests, items, and spells, plus six-player cross-platform co-op multiplayer.

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