Summary: This is one of the few games out there that has true co-operative play. I particularly like that the co-op play is full-screen (this means your characters can't go TOO far from each other, but this is still much, much better than having a split screen). The action in co-op looks very much like the 'Lego Star Wars and Indiana Jones' model, so if you like that, you will like this game.
Summary: The opportunity to play alongside somebody else is SO worth every penny you spend on this game. People may have some complaints about it from a RPG perspective or other perpectives but the advantage of playing with my son or daughter has provided years of enjoyment and common experience. 2 Thumbs WAY up!
Summary: FIRST I WILL START OF BY CORRECTING EVERYONE WHO SAID IF THEY BEAT THE GAME ON EXTREME THEY WOULD GET THE FOURTH CHARACTER.THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN GET DRIZZT IS IF YOU BEAT THE GAUNTLET....ON TO MY REAL POINT NOW,THIS GAME IS REALLY FUN,ADDICTIVE(WARNING),AND A GREAT GAME FOR MULTIPLAYER.
Summary: i luv this game.. BUT when i get to a certain spot in it it just keeps repeating itselfs.. i cant get past it.. iv tried it on 2 dofferent x-boxes.. same thing.. i even rented the same game,, same thing.. and now im stuck with the game that wont play. i want to return it!!!
Summary: Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance has already been released for the PS2 months earlier, but this doesn't mean that the newly, ported version to the Xbox video game console should be ignored. Developer Snowblind Studios has seemlessly ported the PS2 version over to the Xbox and, using the Xbox's higher graphical processing power, made the game look even better. But graphics alone doesn't make a great a fun and great time for a gamer.
Summary: I picked up a copy of Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance not too long ago (yah, I know it has been out for a while). Anyway, found the game surprisingly good and much better than expected. In case you haven't read any of the other reviews or are completely confused, this game is typical hack-and-slash. You guide your charachter from an overhead perspective and control their attacks, blocks and magics.
Summary: First, I have to admit that I've been out of gaming since atari and early nintendo 1990's. So I may be easily impressed. Dark Alliance - the drageons, characters, exploration, buying, etc really appealed to me. I found this to be an exploration type game and destroy everything you could. Yes, you had to do certain things, but I wouldn't have considered them puzzles. The most difficult part of the game was getting over these floating stone circles.