Summary: (and the other is its sequel) If you're looking for a 2-player game that doesn't require a second console and TV, here you go. Baldur's Gate 1 and 2 are excellent with high replay-value. There's a reason these games are hard to find, people. They're very, very good.
Summary: This is one of my favorite games of all time. If you haven't played it, I highly recommend it. From fighting zombies, to frost giants, to a fire drake, this game definitely has some great replay value as well as a fun plot. Choose from human, dwarf, or elf, or choose one of each in multiplayer mode.
Summary: I got this game from my brother a few years ago and sold it at a yard sale last summer. After watching my husband play Skyrim, I decided I wanted it back. The condition was great and packaged well.
Summary: I must say, I had heard so much about the Baldur's Gate games for years. About 3 weeks ago I broke down and bought another playstation 2 console for myself like I use to have. Years ago, I grew bored with video games all together but I was getting the itch to play somemore.
Summary: I really enjoyed everything about this game. I played the elven sorceress and was able to beat the game. Having been a DM for a group playing AD&D with dice and paper in the early 80's, it was fun to see so many of the monsters and some other elements that were a part of our game back then.
Summary: The game itself is pretty short especially for an RPG and when I finished I was disapointed at that then my goal became to get the maximum level for my character and to make characters of all types and do the same.
Summary: THE GOOD: 1. Even ten years later, some of the special effects are remarkable, even stunning, such as when you run through water. 2. The game camera is super-smooth. Should have become the industry standard. 3.