Re-Release Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 1 and 2 then make 3
Atari and Interplay, this is to you two. Please team up. Why? We all know that Atari's in a situation and Interplay has just recovered from one right now and is making a lot of money. Atari could use that money. But how could Interplay make Atari money? Thats right by teaming up and releasing two games for Atari, one is a remake/re-release the other is a new game.

Remake/Re-Release : Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance Compilation. Why? Simple, its an awesome and fun game. I didn't even know it was Dungeons and Dragons until two years back. So I didn't know Atari owned half of it, the BG side. I'm pretty sure a compilation will garner a lot of attention and a lot of people will buy it. Graphics shouldn't be that hard to update, especially since they were already really advanced. DA1/2 did not use that much of the D&D Ruleset, it was there but just not significant. I guess you could add more rules but it would not really matter. Then you could include a book with concept art/extras.

Then make Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance 3, this would definetly garner a lot of attention because it would include a conclusion to the story. Most likely include a lot of rules from the D&D Fourth Edition Ruleset, due the PS3's hardware. Interplay has said they would make Dark Alliance 3 if they got the chance. So Atari wont have to worry about who develops it. In fact Interplay would probably port the compilation as well.

Best of luck to both Interplay and Atari.
This update was added to the petition statement on May 22nd, 2011 at 6:21 am

The above still applies.

Now we want the compilation and the third game to be in one box. It should say Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance at the top and then at the bottom it should say includes: Dark Alliance, Dark Alliance II and Dark Alliance III.

Now a higher level cap would be very much appreciated, up to 80 at least. This way it doesn't make you Superman once you get to 40. A higher level of difficulty as well, kind of like Obsidian's Hardcore mode for New Vegas.

Add Four-Player Co-Op Action and make sure it is on the PS3; Xbox 360; PC; and hopefully the Wii.

For DA1: Add more locations to explore in Baldur's Gate, the Sunset Mountains and the Marsh of Chelimber. Add more NPC's to each of them with each giving a sidequest. Give each character their own specific sidequest.

For DA2: Add a feature that says import character. From there you can play as your character from DA1 and play as them from the Keep of Pale Night to the end of the game. When playing as the new characters, make sure it starts from before the actual beginning of the game and starts when the characters meet each other on the Trade Way and they start in like the Lizard Marsh of something. Have there be more side-quests and more locations to explore.

For DA3: Have every location in DA1 and DA2 available for play. Make it take place in 1437 or a year past 1434. Find a way to use the characters from the previous games to use in the third game. This means start the game before the Spellplague and then have something happen to the characters and they wake up sometime after 1434. Add many more sidequests; many more locations in the Heartlands that were not explored in DA1 and DA2; add more strategy into the game. Keep it linear just not as linear as the previous games. Add references to the Bhaalspawn Saga Series. Make it open-world. Add the addition to change the camera angle from Isometric; to TPS; to FPS. Bring back some characters from the old games (an aged Alyth, an aged Karne and Jherek, aged Fayed Prest of Ilmater and aged Randalla). Character Creation so that players can create a new character. Pre-Made New Characters. All races from the previous games return (human, shield-dwarf, moon-elf and drow) and the addition of new races (halfling, half-orc, half-elf, genasi). All classes return (arcane archer, fighter, sorceress, barbarian, druid, cleric, paladin, rogue, Dwarven Hero/Defender, monk, assassin, ranger, necromancer and Shadow Adept) and new classes as well (Warlock, Warlord, Avenger, Bard, Invoker, Shaman, Warden , Seeker, Runepriest and Swordmage). That is all - for now.

This update was added to the petition statement on June 2nd, 2011 at 2:55 pm

All the above still applies.

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Release the game in both digital and physical formats.

Add enemy classes in the game as well, minion, elite, solo, like D&D: Daggerdale had.

This update was added to the petition statement on July 22nd, 2011 at 7:09 am

All the above still applies.

Atari, teaming up with Interplay will be beneficial for you. As they can complete the Earthworm Jim PSP game that you have 80 % done and they can also make this Dark Alliance remake that everybody wants and make the third part to the Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance series.

But if you do not want to team up with Interplay, you do not have to. Get some some studio to remake Dark Alliance 1 & 2 from our demands up above. Then, when you release it on PSN or retail it, this should be the title: Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance Compilation. The caption below it should be: Featuring the Stunning Conclusion to the Saga.

There, you wont be developing a sequel, just adding the ending to the Dark Alliance Compilation, something you can do.

Most Recent Signatures
These games are epic and need to be brought back!
433James Cox
i grew up playing both 1 and 2. Remakes would be more than enough for me. They were amazing games. If a third one was made I would love to play that also!
I will spend hard earned cash on these. Please make all 3 for next gen.
431brandon bunn
Still have bg dark alliance for xbox I play it every so often so I can see how much better older games are then the newer ones id pay $100 for dark alliance 1,2 and a number 3 if they were all in one and were online multiplayer
430Patrick Lyons
Please do this!!!
429andrew sebree
Please release dark alliance one and two. I loved playing those games and have probably played both offer 100 Times each
428Michael Pearlstein
I'd like to have closure to this story ..It would be nice to play a 2 player co-op game on the newer consoles without having an Internet connection be a necessity.
I'm currently replaying the first Dark Alliance. We break it out once a year to complete on extreme with level 1 characters. Have loved the series since they came out and would love the closure of a third game to tie up the story!
I grew up playing both Baldur's gate dark alliance 1 and dark alliance 2 and I loved them. Please finish the saga, us the fans need the third one to come out!!!
422Diana Fain
Please, I LOVE Dark Alliance and want a 3rd to come out!
421Jessica Jefferson
Plzplzplzplzplz. My soul needs this.
419Laces Lawless
Yeah, you guys DEFINITELY need to finish the series. I read online that DA3 is 95% FINISHED! Come on, what is that, all the programming minus you burning a copy to a disc? Besides the Elder Scrolls, the DA series is my fave RPG series. Playing 2 right now
I'd love to see dark alliance 3 . Diablo 3 sucks in comparison to dark alliance 2
417Nicholas Fletcher
Looking forward to seeing this come true! Been waiting quite a while for some closure.
416Anthony Ladewig
A friend and I played both dark alliance one and two for many hours together. This really brought our friendship close. After part two, we were left wondering what happened to part three. The top down co-op was a super awesome feature that I miss in games.
415TJ Weber
The couch co-op genre is almost, if not completely dead, I would love to see a new DA so that my brother and I can't beat it on Extreme.
best game ever
The first dark alliance was my favorite ps2 game, wish we could get more quality games like it.
412Mario Koch
411Frank Walter

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Petition Details
Created By: Bal Randhawa
Created On: April 18th, 2011
Target: Atari and Interplay
Category: Entertainment

Total signatures: 435
Signature goal: 50 000

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