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Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance
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Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance

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You'll once again find yourself in the "Forgotten Realms." The Sword Coast has fallen victim to hordes of thieves and bandits, and you decide to take refuge in the city of Baldur's Gate. But before you reach the safety of Baldur's Gate, your sister is abducted by a group of thieves sent specifically to attack your party. Now you must embark on a quest to save your sibling, but along the way you'll discover a much bigger and more dangerous plot is unfolding. Characters are customizable, each with unique powers, appearance, and abilities. Take on the monsters solo or with a friend in co-op mode. Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance is the first game to feature the real time application of the Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition rules.

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Nintendo Gamecube


NTSC (N. America)

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Customer Reviews

5 Stars
As expected!
I purchased the complete game and received the factory case, manual, and the disc in good/ great condition! Shipped fast and was well packed. I'm happy!
Reviewed by: from Athol on
5 Stars
Hours of fun.
I'd never played any of the Bladur's Gate games on the PC, so I was curious about what this game would be like. It lacks the flexibility of the PC games which enabled you to create your character from scratc as you might in a Dungeons and Dragons game. Instead you choose from three characters, Vahn, a human archer, Cromlech, a Dwarven fighter and Adriana, an Elven sorceress. As the game opens you've just arrived in the city of Baldur's Gate, a place known throughout the Forgotten Realms as a place where one can find fame and fortune around every corner. But you're likely to find an unpleasant welcome before you find any fame or fortune. Saved from certain death by the timely arrival of some of the city guards, you find shelter in the Elfsong Tavern, where you also hope to find information about the thieves who attacked you. As you dig deeper you discover that the thieves who ambushed you are just one part of a much greater evil threatening Baldur's Gate. This game will provide hours of fun. It even includes a co-op mode and a hidden unlockable character if you know how to unlock him. The gameplay is simple enough. You move with the left thumbstick, use your weapon with the A button and use magic if any with the B button. THe L and R buttons will use potions. The R button will use Rejuvination potions to restore your health. THe L button will use Regen potions to restore magic power. You can use potions from the menu, but the R and L buttons will automatically use the required number of potions to get you back to full strength. The audo in the game is also excellent. e sound effects are extremely fitting, the voice acting, provided b some of the best in the industry, is well-done. The music is also wonderfully atmospheric, wheter you're in te city of Baldur's Gate itself, in the sewers beneath the city or the crypts. In short this is a game well worth playing. It's just a pity that its sequel was never released for the Cube.
Reviewed by: from Twin Falls, Idaho on
4 Stars
Countless Hours
This was one of my favorites for the gamecube. The graphics looked good, the co-op was fun, and the slaying was endless.
Reviewed by: from Hellam, PA on

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