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Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 2

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4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews) 77 / 100

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  • Fast paced, addictive hack n' slash combat with over 40+ levels of thrilling action spread over 4 acts
  • Five new customizable characters, each with distinctive powers appearances and abilities that develop throughout the game
  • New, amazingly detailed environments and monsters with even more explosive spell effects than before
  • A new, inventive item creation system that allows players to forge their own unique magical weapons and armor from raw components
  • Hidden areas, secret characters, and hundreds of items to discover, customize, and use, from enchanted potions and scrolls to wands

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  • ASIN: B00009U146
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 6 x 0.2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,481 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Product Description

Embark on a new adventure in Baldur's Gate & brave terrible dangers in search of fortune, glory & power / For XBOX / Rated T: Teen Sequel to the highly acclaimed 2002 Console RPG of the Year from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Branching storyline allows the player to choose how he or she wants to the play the game, making each game experience unique Two-player cooperative mode that allows both players to play the game on a full screen For the Microsoft XBOX Game Console

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Darkness gathers yet again in the sprawling port city of Baldur's Gate. Bloodthirsty bandits stalk the trade roads, a secret society of heartless assassins dominate the criminal underworld abducting citizens on moonless nights dragging them screaming into the darkness. The city's most recent saviors vanished along with the Onyx Tower, and so, in heroic tradition, adventurers throughout the Western Heartlands make the journey to Baldur's Gate to meet their great and unknown fate.

Embark on a new adventure in Baldur's Gate and brave terrible dangers in search of fortune, glory, and power. Face a multitude of sinister enemies while traveling through many spectacular environments in this action-packed fantasy game. Rid the lands of chaos, mastering skills, spells, and deadly weapons… the fate of thousands hangs in the balance.

  • Five Customizable characters each with distinct powers, appearances & abilities that develop throughout the game
  • Over 40 fast paced hack n’ slash levels to explore spread over 4 Acts
  • Hidden areas, secret characters & hundreds of items to discover, customize & use
  • Single and two-player cooperative mode

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Finally here!!!! February 6, 2004
By Phil
When I first rented Baldur's Gate 1, I stayed up all night with my sister and we destroyed the game, loving every second of it. We beat all the settings, the gauntlet and extreme mode. After that, we were left to wait, wondering if a Baldur's Gate 2 would be coming. Our wait is now over. And it was well worth it.
Gameplay hasn't been changed much from the first one. Its still the go kill every one set up. This time, however, there is a vast quantity of new spells and feats to mess around with. Kromlech (the dwarven fighter from number 1) had, like, two feats he could use. Niether were very effective. On the other hand, Dorn, the massive barbarian, has just as many fighting feats as Ysuarn, the elven necromancer, has spells. Very cool.
The story line by itself is only fair. Its when you know what happened in number one can you fully realize and appreciate what's going on. There is finally some depth in character for our heros, all of them prompting NPC's to say different things if different people talk to them.
The biggest addition to number two is the weapons creation system. The possibilaties are endless. Add six rune stones, four aquamarine stones and four jet rocks and you get the
+5 Mighty Cleaving Axe of Cold Fire. Insanely cool (or hot?).
Yes, there are now five playable characters. A barbarian, necromancer, cleric, rogue and monk. They all have special abilities only they can get, meaning you have to play the game five times through to get full experience. And, if you have a friend to play with, you can fool around with different combinations of characters that will make you adapt to eachothers style of fighting.
The artificial intelligence is way better than it used to be.
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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars In trouble again... March 12, 2004
An hour into playing Dark Alliance II I realized there were some major differences between it and the first in this series. Graphics were better, play was better, the characters were more varied... and better. Sporting a tremendous number of character abilities to develop and a nifty new weapon system Dark Alliance II was an order of magntude better. After three hours of play I had discovered the other big difference - I was still playing. Dark Alliance I was so short that you could barely get a spel out before it was over.
You arrive in Baldur's gate as one of five characters - barbarian, dwarf, cleric, mage, or dark elf. Broke and in immediate trouble you start out with small quests to accumulate the needed cash and experience. Soon you start turning yourself into a master of hack and slashery or a spell casting machine. The adventure widens, developing into something that actually resembles a plot. Darkness gathers and you find your quest for fame and gold has turned into a struggle to stop evil from overwhelming Baldur's Gate and taking the rest of the world with it.
The settings are complex, finely detailed, and beautiful. Animation is surprisingly natural for the scale. For once, the fighting system is easy to adjust to and fun to use. Once mastered, even the complexities of character and weapon development work well. The game rewards patience and stealth as well as brute strength giving the player multiple ways to manage the characters, each of which has a few special quests to keep the story interesting.
I would like to have seen the game be even larger, but with twenty or more hours of play to complete there is plenty to do. I would also have liked more puzzles to balance the fighting. For a second effort, though, this game is brilliant. Far better than the norm for this genre.
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41 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II is a curious name. It's like calling a movie Part Two: The Sequel. Dark Alliance was a chapter in Baldur's Gate's history and this game continues what was started in the first, including many of the same characters and voice talent.

To wit, all the efforts in the first game to prevent the teleporting Onyx Towers from falling into the wrong hands was for naught. Mordoc Selanmere (a vampire) has located the towers on the Shadow Plane and manipulates both the Harpers and the Zhentarim into bringing it to the Prime Material Plane so he can teleport right into Baldur's Gate itself and turn all the citizens into shambling undead.

Our three heroes from the first game (the elven sorceress, the human archer, and the dwarf) have been captured and apparently are in for a long torture session. Meanwhile, five new heroes are recruited to the cause:

* Borador Goldhand: a dwarven treasure-hunter

* Alessia Faithammer: an aasimar cleric

* Vhaidra Uoswiir: a drow monk

* Ysuran Auondril: an elven necromancer,

* Dorn Redbear: a human barbarian.

My wife chose Vhaidra and I played Ysuran, because they were the most interesting characters. I mean, come on, Dorn Redbear sounds like a Klingon.

Vhaidra is known mostly for her sarcastic comments and the inability to walk without crouching like Elmer Fudd. Ysuran is identified mostly by his bare nipples, which he seems to have a pathological need to display at all times. It must be a necromancer thing.

The heroes must journey from place to place to retrieve certain items at the behest of various employers, whom ultimately all happen to be connected.
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