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You awaken to find the world in ruin, your heart beset with unexplained guilt. A cataclysm has destroyed the cities and empires of men and disfigured the spirit of humanity. In this nightmare, it falls to you to descend a mysterious tower in search of absolution. Battle merciless foes in treacherous dungeons, scour for new items to aid you in your travels, and unlock the secrets of a devastated land. You will find death in the depths, yet learn that death is not the end of the story; in the twisted world of Baroque, it is only the beginning.

Features:

  • 16:9 Widescreen.
  • Progressive Scan.
  • Subtle motion control integration for power attacks.
  • Intuitive controls using Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
  • Classic Controller support for traditional play.
  • The Wii version of Baroque will be one of the few games developed in Japan that will be released first in North America.
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