‘D&D Baldur’s Gate 3’ a quest to stop aliens

Grant Nelson, Staff Writer

A game I would highly recommend is “Dungeons and Dragons Baldur’s Gate 3.” This long-awaited sequel in the D&D universe comes after decades of development hell.  It’s a role-playing game to the core. You can play from a large selection of races from elves, demon-like Tieflings, dwarves, as well as from classes such as mages and fighters. You can create a vast fellowship of companions. 

The game is literally a D&D game made into a modern video game form. There’s combat, life choices, how skills work, and world mechanics. The game is filled with choices such as who you will journey with and who will you save in life-or-death situations while in combat…unless you have the skills or magic, they will remain dead. 

The game follows you on your quest to stop the alien mind flayers from harvesting the world and to get the plan B for the alien baby that is eating your brain. The game is filled with lore, world building and every monster and creature from the D&D Monster books. The game is still in early access but it’s worth the shot.