@Grogger Just to be fair, you can import portraits. Instead of the shit being in the install folder it's in the documents folder. You just make a folder called Portraits and your all most good to go. I all ready know why they do this but I think it's bull.
I don't like some of the animated cut scenes. Some are missing. There is missing dialogue. Lots of bugs. So far I've only encountered minor ones. The GUI is hit and miss. It's somewhat blurry, It just doesn't seem crisp and please don't tell me its b/c of the anisotropic filtering bug. No AI updates like in BG2 or Throne makes for agonizingly slow game play. I'm tempted not to go on has apparently there are some bugs with the new characters that maker going any further impossible.
When I played the original BG I didn't have these problems. That was back in 99. I have never had any problems playing the GOG versions. Thank God I have not gifted them to anyone yet. Mods are simple and easy to use and for the most part compatible unless your going to install a stupid amount.
Some things I do like
I do really love the zoom in feature and instant loading and saving. I like the new characters but there is perhaps to much bantering, looks out of place in BG.
I'm still hopefully optimistic but I would definitely wait until they have sorted things out. Beam dog as a service seems rougher then when I first started using GOG. So maybe wait until it's out on different digital distributors.
That's pretty ludicrous. Still, it wouldn't hurt if they added back the FPS option for people who want to play that way.
@adamzs You mean me? You can set the the game to pause every round of combat. So things never get out of hand. Each to their own I guess though.