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|Genre:||Role Playing, Role Playing||Release Year:||2000|
|Game Name:||Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn||Rating:||T-Teen|
In Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn, an evil mage has locked you in a dungeon cell with a few of your friends nearby. Explosions and sounds of intense fighting can be heard in the distance as some unknown battle rages. With no clue as to where you are, escape is paramount. Obviously, certain factions deem you a threat and you must discover why.
The game, based on the Advanced Dungeons & Dragons gaming system, accommodates both solo and multiplayer action (up to six players via the Internet). Hand-designed backgrounds set the stage for the fantasy world and perspective is through an isometric viewpoint. Though otherwise played in real-time, battles can be paused for issuance of individual party actions through a turn-based system that allows you to plan tactical movements and change weapons.
In traditional role-playing fashion, you must create your characters before the game begins and select or modify their attributes. During gameplay, you gather information through the use of dialogue trees with NPCs and fight when necessary. Eleven new playable NPCs are featured in addition to five from the original game (Imoen, Jaheira, Minsc, Edwin and Viconia). As in the original Baldur's Gate, weapons, armor, spells and a myriad of items are available through purchase, discovery or booty from downed opponents. Character experience caps are set at 2,950,000 points.
The game introduces new monsters including trolls, umber hulks, vampires, werewolves, beholders, rakshasas, golems, shadows, mind flayers and three types of dragons (black, red and silver). The interface is point-and-click with a full complement of customizable hot keys available for in-game action as well, including a full-screen option that hides the interface. Journal, map, inventory, character record, mage spell, priest spell and option screens are similar to the original with the added option to create custom journal entries.
In multiplayer mode, you can chat with other players, import and export your own characters or create new ones to join existing games. Gameplay in multiplayer is the same as single-player mode except the six characters are controlled independently by up to six human participants.
|Publisher||Black Isle Studios|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||7061|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-6|
|Control Elements||Mouse, Keyboard|
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Blood, Animated Violence, Use of Tobacco And/Or Use of Alcohol|
|Game Name Special Features||Features real-time combat for up to six players, with the ability to pause the action at any time Master a total of 300 spells while confronting hundreds of monsters and characters Supports 800x600 screen resolutions and 3D ac|
|Game Name Series||Baldur's Gate Series|
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Baldur's Gate II: Shadows Of Amn Review!
You face an uncertain future. Your lineage tempts the unscrupulous to use you and the ignorant to fear you. You will face a foe who views you as no more than chattel, who toys with you at every turn; a villain whose goals go beyond a quest for power and who threatens to use a lost companion as a tool for unparalleled destruction. The choices you make will not be easy, and you may have to align with the lesser of evils when all evils cannot help but seem equal. In the end you will have mourned lost loves, celebrated new ones and lived through adventures that profoundly shaped the Forgotten Realms. An epic continuation of the story that began in Baldur's Gate, Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn is set along the southern portion of the Sword Coast, a detailed and rich area of the Forgotten Realms called Amn. This region includes such varied environments as the Elven forests of Tethir, underwater cities, the Cloudpeak Mountains, cities of the Underdark, the Astral plane, the Abyss and the capital city of Amn, Athkatla. In addition to the main plot, Shadows of Amn includes over 100 sub-plots. Shadows of Amn features 300 spells, compared to only 130 in Baldur's Gate. These include 7th-level priest spells and 9th-level mage spells, the most powerful in Advanced Dungeons and Dragons. Some of the spells included are: Contingency, Chain Contingency, Gate, Spell Turning, Delayed Blast Fireball, Time Stop, Disintegrate, Power Word: Kill, Finger of Death, Resurrection, Chain Lightning, Conjure Elemental, Blade Barrier, Meteor Swarm and Cacofiend. Up to six people can join a game of Shadows of Amn in multiplayer mode. Each player must have a copy of the full game. The players can play the full game with their friends via LAN or over the Internet with a TCP/IP connection. Direct connections, like two-player, head-to-head and cooperative mode, are supported via modems or serial cables.
This is a great game.
This is an early RPG, so a super fast PC is not required. The game has a great plot with more than one twist along the way. There are quite a few characters that want to join your party but will leave if you do not cater to there characters alignment. You start the game trapped in a dungeon and are released from a cage by one of your companions. You find some weapons in a room to begin the quest with along with a key to release another of your companions. Your fourth companion is a beserker so you just have to aggravate him to get him to break out of his cell. The first level isn't huge but is still interesting. Time for a twist. After you find your way out of the dungeon, you come face to face with your captor. Your companion that released you begins an attack on the captor using magic. He counter-attacks, also using magic. You quickly find out that the use of magic in the city is prohibited and regulated by the Cowled Wizards. They take your captor and your companion in to custody and so begins your quest to find your companion and free her from the Cowled Wizards and find out a lot about yourself along the way. Even if you have not played the first part of this RPG ( Baldur's Gate ), the storyline is not so dependent on its prequel that you can't just jump in. The game even gives some background info to bring you up to speed.
This is easily the best game i have ever played. You can rank a game in many ways, I give this game maximum points in every single category. Voice Acting: Probably the games strongest area was it's character development giving the game an extra dimension of realism and gravity, integral to this was the awesome voice acting which was/is the best I have ever known, this game showed that voice acting in computer games can be incredibly powerful, the actors who played the characters are real pro's. Also in this category is dialogue, which is equally incredible, occasionally I can still here a reedy voice in my head saying...."you should not have come to this place", unforgettable. Graphics: For their time, these graphics were top of the range, the outdoors are particularly impressive, weather it's the temple district or the wilderness, no two trees look anything alike. Sound/Music: The sound effects in the game were amazing, when you are in a city you here murmurings (of street traders/hawkers) which blend wonderfully into the background complementing everything. When you enter Suldanesselar you hear the frantic almost deranged chirpings of the birds which convey a sense of order-disrupted. The games musical score is absolutely gorgeous! The main theme is rousing and exciting and a pleasure to listen to, it adds even more grandeur and scale to the game. Gameplay: Top marks here too, there are so many ways you can play the game, so many paths you can take, the challenge level varies but overall is suitably balanced. The games replayability was awesome. When you add to this the extraordinary value for money you get because the game is extremely long, yet it never becomes repetitive. Overall this game showed me for the first time what the computer role playing genre was capable of, playing this game was like starring in a movie combined with reading a wonderfully gripping novel. You really feel for the characters.
Excellent old game
For a 20 year old game, this one is super fun.
Achat vérifié : Oui | État : d'occasion | Vendu par : peteschup
Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn (PC Games, 2000)
What an over rated game. think of how fun a game would be that you have to uninstall then reinstall every time you play, also, attacking enemies rarely works, spells dont work, picking up stuff sometimes works sometimes doesn't, and think of how fun it is dying over and over again. the game is non linear, but most of the time it is impossible to find anything. The dialogue is decent, but overall it feels as if you are not in the D & d universe. Gameplay is less exciting than diablo, dark alliance and virtually all other similar games. I hate all the reviews online saying that this is the best game ever, I feel i was ripped.