Reviews and Problems with Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance
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Fantastic game for co-op play
NtU , GameStop
23 November 2008
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).
Summary: When I bought this game i didnt know what to expect, as I dont usually go for this type of game. But i have to admit the rolling previews looked very impressive. Having completed it, after about 18 hours of play, I can safly conclude you will not be disapointed with this game.
Summary: oh my god i have never played a game like this, i generally dont like RPGs but this isnt, u dont have to concern ur self with stats (but i was because i was desperate to level up) all u have to do is walk around and slash people or use spells or arrows or fire arows or enchanted arrows or use fire...
Summary: Im not going to write anything long, for those of you who have not yet played or even heard of Baldur's Gate... for shame. The game many of us know and love and thanks to love-the-movie it arrived the next day in what appeared to me to be pristine condition, the manual entirely intact, no signs of...
Summary: If you like killing monsters, collecting treasure and gaining levels then this is the game for you. Solo or with a friend the game if a fantastic journey of constant action. The plot is fairly lite, but interesting. The gameplay is extremely addictive, with a friend even more so.
Summary: I found this game great fun also frustrating but it just made me more determined, the fact that you could never do the same thing twice is really great i could play it over and over and never get bored.