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- For the first time, play DUNGEON SIEGE on high-def consoles
- Players will be able to adventure by themselves or with friends in co-op multiplayer
- Uncover a deep story that only Square Enix and Obsidian Entertainment can deliver
- Pick from unique and highly customizable character classes with a wide range of abilities to choose from;
- Players will have weighty decisions to make that will impact their alliances, enemies and the culmination of the story
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For centuries legionnaires have protected the nation of Ehb until they were betrayed and all but driven to the brink of extinction. Now that evil has returned to Ehb the people turn to the few remaining Legionnaires for the protection of the past . As an heir to the legion will you accept this plea for help? How it will all be resolved is up to you!
Dungeon Siege 3 is an Action RPG that seamlessly blends intuitive fast-paced gameplay, a robust RPG system featuring a large selection of abilities, loot galore and the depth of story Square Enix and Obsidian Entertainment are known for creating. Players will be able to adventure by themselves, on the couch with friends, or online in a fully multiplayer experience.
Lucas Montbarron is the son of the former Grand Master of the Legion. He is the last of a noble and respected line. Raised in a series of safehouses by families loyal to his father's memory, Lucas will not rest until the Legion is rebuilt, and his family's honor is restored. Lucas has been taught the art of combat in the ancient and deadly style of the Legion. Lucas is a skilled swordsman, and a master of two combat stances. He can fight with a sword and shield, which allows him to attack quickly, deal heavy damage, and interrupt and stun single targets. When outnumbered, he wields a massive two-handed sword. While slower to swing and less practical for one-on-one combat, it can strike multiple foes and knock them back, making it an ideal weapon for crowd control.
Anjali is an archon - a legend, come to life. In the old stories, archons were spirits of fire, who served the long-lost creator gods. But Anjali was raised by friends of the Legion, and she does not know how she came to this world, or what happened to the others of her kind.
Anjali can shift freely between her human form and an incarnation of elemental fire. In human form, she fights with a staff or a spear, allowing her to fend off multiple attackers while leaping in and out of the fray. In her fiery incarnation, she can hurl bolts of flame at ranged targets, flood areas with heat and fire, or inflict searing wounds that injure her foes over time.
Katarina is the daughter of a Legion commander and a Lescanzi witch. Her mother's people are nomads and wanderers, skilled in both warfare and magic, Katarina has been trained in their ways. At long range, she fights with ensorcelled bullets and deadly curses. When foes get close, they fare no better, as they come face-to-muzzle with her pistol and her shotgun – or perhaps the jaws of her faithful black hound. Katarina is mischievous and unpredictable, but she is also devoted to the Legion's cause...
Reinhart descended from a great line of Legion mages, but he spent most of his life in Stonebridge, studying magic at the Collegium. As a scholar of arcane magic, Reinhart bends the forces of creation and destruction to his will. He can channel Dynamic magic through his gauntlet, shocking or stunning his foes. Or he can use Entropic magic to warp time and space, destroying large numbers of enemies from afar. Reinhart is known for his unconventional thinking and innovative magical techniques...and for his eccentricity, too.
Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
Top Customer Reviews
New game play experience:
1. I find background music helps the game be more engaging.
2. Each character has its own pros and cons, thus you need to understand them by trial and error, and develop different gameplay strategy.
3. Overall, when dealing with your enemies, you are "hit and run". The more difficult the game level, the more running you will do.
4. There are different defensive choices, but I find myself using the hp regen all the time, so don't waste your upgrade on any other defensive strategies.
5. Regular blocking is good enough even at hard difficulty level, so no need to have those fancy defensive moves, save your upgrade for offensive moves.
6. Since you must have companion, you can experiment on your companions with different upgrade, thus find the optimal combination before you choose that character.
Still very annoying features:
1. With exception of the very last merchant, you get powerful weapons by killing your enemies than from buying them. I only buy rings from merchants.
2. Non-boss enemies and chests are dropping useless weapons. Good for selling them for trophy or achievement.
3. The game is still way too short compare to similar games like God of Wars or Diablo.
4. Hate to repeat this, but this is the most annoying part, even with powerful weapon, I am still doing rolling and running. That's the theme, and that's the only moves you will ever do in this game.
Sorry, still three stars.
Happily the length of the game is dependent on how thorough you want to be on your play through. I like to look in nooks and crannies to find hidden items and the like. So if you just play the game to beat it, ya, it might be a little on the short side.
Onto the gameplay itself. If you play this and think of Diablo or any other hack and slash, I think it's a good thing. I find the straight forward style of these types of games addictive. I'm glad to see it isn't overly complex or intricate. Find your enemy and smash him with weapons or fry'em with magic.
And when you do this you gain XP to level your character. Leveling opens options to select skills, nearly all are activated. Some are abilities for attack some are for healing and defense. Then when you chose your skills you can choose from talents that refine these chosen skills. For example, you can add a percent to stun chance on your particular attack skill. You also get passive abilities that grant you more damage based on particular stats. Some give you enhanced critical chances or increased critical damage bonuses.
These are nice tweaks for your character, but after a while I got the sense they were somewhat watered down. Not overly powerful or game breaking. Not that you need over the top abilities, but something to give your character a more "unique" feeling.
I had also read in reviews some thought the gear you obtained through quests and chests are all you may need to finish the game.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great game!! Super fast delivery!! I don't know why everyone dislikes this game... I have put several hours in and im loving it! Its no Skyrim but its still a sweet game!Published 2 months ago by Jacob Woods
Just started the game yesterday--So far so good. I'm enjoying the game not awfully tough but good enough to keep my interest.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I was really looking forward to playing Dungeon Siege. I have fond memories of the PC version, so I was excited when I saw this on sale. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jakes
Just beat the game yesterday and I can say I had fun with it. Good enough for one play through and thats it. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Adamk84
A bland-ish dungeon crawler that had its moments...until the level 1 end boss Rajini. Why Mr. Game Designer? Read morePublished 9 months ago by Ray Ray