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Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance

Platform : GameCube
Rated: Teen
43 customer reviews
Metascore: 79 / 100
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The player begins by clearing the tavern's cellar of rats and vermin, and later discovers a thieves' den in the sewers where it is learned that one of the guests at the inn has been captured by thieves. Delving further into the sewers, the player finds an entrance to the crypt of the local temple where the dead are being reanimated by a magic orb, which must be destroyed. The destruction of the orb leads to meeting Jherek, leader of the Harpers, who tells the player that the Thieves' Guild is only one "part of a greater whole", and the guild must be destroyed. The player then infiltrates the guild's secret lair, defeats Kharne (associate of the Zhentarim and the second-in-command of the thieves who had ambushed the player at the start of the game) and meets Xantam, a beholder who reveals that he is controlling the thieves' guild on behalf of some greater power. After defeating Xantam, the player finds a portal which transports him away from Baldur's Gate.


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  • ASIN: B00007E1OH
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.4 x 0.5 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,342 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "josh54321" on June 24, 2003
I started this game and didnt stop. with three different charachters to play with, you can play it three times and even on four different difficulties from easy to extreme. Even challenge yourself on the Gauntlet minigame after you have beaten the original. Gain experience and customize your character as you choose. Gain hundreds of weapons such as swords, axes, hammers, spears, halberds, and bows as well as magical armor from leather to full platemail as you progress through the challenging and detailed world of the Sword Coast. Monsters galore! Defeat everything from giant rats to Ice Dragons and Kobolds to Minotaurs. An awesome plotline with a cliffhanger ending that sets up for a great sequel.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By James T on January 14, 2006
Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance is basically a version of Diablo with a Dungeon & Dragons makeover. While it implements only a small subset of the D&D rules, there are many game elements -- feats, creatures, weapons, attribute buy-up, etc -- that would be very familiar to someone familiar with the D&D rules. All of those rules are implemented in a 3rd-person-from-above-perspective, graphical interface which Diablo seemed to invent, but which is often copied in RPG style games. In my opinion, this is not a negative -- that interface formula has proven to work well for this style of game, and there's no reason to invent an inferior wheel to avoid being labeled a Diablo clone.

Here are the positives of this game:
- Unlike most RPGs that claim to be multiplayer, this game actually allows a second player to participate in the adventure in the main game mode to the same degree as the first player. Usually, "multiplayer" turns out to be some limited, deathmatch mode thrown into the game as an afterthought.
- The water and shadow graphic effects are outstanding. Clearly, the developers thought this as well since you need to wade through water in half the scenes. The way the water ripples, and how the waves propagate and reflect is really quite a nice piece of eye candy.
- You can 'import' a character into the game you're playing, even if it was saved while playing another mission. This ability to develop and then keep your character for other adventures is a great feature. If only there were other, harder editions of Baldur's Gate to reuse my characters, I'd call this the crowning achievement of the game.

But here are the game's negatives:
- The game is very short.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By CJ on June 23, 2003
This game, while being somewhat short and simple, is a fun game with very good graphics and is very realistic. Anyone who has read the Forgotten Realms series or enjoys playing RPG, games should consider purchasing this game. It is one of the few games in which you can work together with another player to beat the game. This game can import players from a different file to a new or other game. This means you can take your character and play using that character with a friend on their file. Anytime during the game you can add a second player without having to start at another save point. Also for those who have read the Forgotten Realms: Dark Elf Trilogy, you can enjoy playing the game with Drizzt, the dark elf, by holding the L and R button on the character select screen and release after the game loads. Otherwise you can be an elven sorceress, a human archer, or a dwarven fighter. The game allows you to aquire new skills, grow to higher levels, buy your own arsenal, and customise your own charachter. I highly recommend this game. Unfortunatly, due to the blood and violence it is rated teen.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 1, 2003
This is a fantastic game if you get any enjoyment out of dungeon crawl games, such as Diablo and Dungeon Siege. The fact that two players can play simultaneously through the campaign alone would make it worth buying, and the fantastic graphics, solid gameplay, and ability to customize your character through skills and feats make this game a must own. However, the Game Cube version is arguably the weakest version of this game, which has also been ported to the XBox and PS2. The frame rates, which are constantly maxed out on the other consoles, regularly dip into the jerky range. However, if you only own a GameCube, this is well worth it.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Gamble on January 9, 2003
Baulders Gate Dark Alliance is a very fun game but the story lacking. The Graphics were good and the music was alright. The Only problem with this game is that it is very short and not very challenging (on normal mode). If they made the game longer it would probably be one of the best if not the best game for the Game Cube.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By AbbieNormal on January 6, 2004
This is a fun game that brings a lot of the features of classic D&D role playing to the GameCube. It reminds me a lot of classic computer games like Larn with different races and character abilities, experience points, health, and Mana for spells.
I enjoy playing a lot. Your character goes off on quests and meets increasingly difficult foes along the way. It is very addictive and I can play for hours.
The only things that keep this from being a 5-star, can't miss game are the graphics - which have you zoomed out so far you can barely see both the main character and the foes - and the very PC-like look and feel. It doesn't take very good advantage of the GameCube's advanced graphics capability and looks not very different than PC games I played 15 years ago on my 386 with EGA. The very limited attacks - just A button attack, B button cast spell - pale in comparison to even the average Nintendo-64 game.
I would also appreciate a way to tell what kind of monster I am fighting - Giant? Troll? Golem? Who knows? It would add to the story for old D&D-ers.
But with those shortcomings, I do recommend this game and hope they come out with additional GameCube games in the series. When and if they do, I'll be buying. Dark Alliance is faithful in adhering to the D&D genre.
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