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The language is inter alia German, but is the German only for the original versions or in addition for the Director's Cut (BS 1) / Remastered (BS 2) version?
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pcblizzard: The language is inter alia German, but is the German only for the original versions or in addition for the Director's Cut (BS 1) / Remastered (BS 2) version?
The original versions are only available in English here on GOG.
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pcblizzard: The language is inter alia German, but is the German only for the original versions or in addition for the Director's Cut (BS 1) / Remastered (BS 2) version?
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RS1978: The original versions are only available in English here on GOG.
Is it somehow possible to get the voice overs in german. I mean it shouldn't be that big of a problem, considering ScummVM is used to get the originals running. Perhaps it is possible for GOG to get the voice files and offer them as seperate download so the user can copy them over the english files?

Broken Sword is one of the few games where german voice actors are way better than their english equivalents (coming from someone who prefers original versions over localized stuff).
Post edited December 07, 2013 by shamayne
if you want to play the original game versions in german, searching the forum would spare you some trouble:

http://www.gog.com/forum/broken_sword_series/bs1_german_voice_over

edit: installer versions for both classic games are up.
Post edited December 16, 2013 by Oedi
That doesn't help much after 4 years, does it?
Dropbox and the like seem to be very ugly places to store files -.-