Baten Kaitos Origins

Global Total as of 28th Oct 2017 (units): 0.10m
Platform: GameCubeAlso on: Nintendo DS
Developer: tri-Crescendo / Monolith Soft Genre: Role-Playing

Total Units

North America: 0.06m 57.9%
+ Europe: 0.02m 15.1%
+ Japan: 0.02m 24.3%
+ Rest of the World: 0.00m 2.7%
= Global 0.10m

Release History

Baten Kaitosu II: Hajimari no Tsubasa to Kamigami no Shishi NintendoJapan23rd February 2006Retail
Baten Kaitos Origins NintendoNorth America25th September 2006Retail
Baten Kaitos Origins UnknownEuropeTBARetail

Game Overview

Baten Kaitos Origins is a Japanese role-playing video game, developed by Tri-Crescendo and Monolith Soft for the Nintendo Gamecube. The second game in the Baten Kaitos series, and a prequel to Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean, Baten Kaitos Origins takes place 20 years prior to the events of the original Baten Kaitos.

Sagi works for the Alfard Empire in an elite unit, the Dark Service, that reports directly to a powerful politician, Lord Baelheit. He is joined by Guillo, a sentient who is animated by magic. Blamed for the murder of Emperor Olgan, Sagi and Guillo are forced to flee and meet a young woman named Milly. The three of them must work to clear Sagi's name, while trying to uncover the nature of the threat caused by the maneuvering of Alfard's various power-hungry politicians.

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Pillow (on 05 November 2013)
one of the best game on GCN. But even if
it's a prequel to the Eternal wings,
it's best to start with E-W first
(which is also a bit less good than this
Michael-5 (on 04 December 2011)
I wonder how well this game did in
Americas. I bought it, but still have
yet to play it (want to finish Baten
Kaitos first)
Arfen (on 10 July 2011)
Sad rhis game never came to Europe.. is
one of those games I want to play so
badly cos' first one was so great
Fededx (on 01 April 2011)
Great game, I wonder how many copies it
sold worldwide...
Cobra_ (on 23 October 2010)
It's so sad this was never released in
Europe. I'm just playing the first one,
it's great (apart from the voice acting
sometimes... and yeah, the character
animations could have been better but
what the hell, I can overlook than in a
great game)
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