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Dungeon Siege - PC

by Microsoft
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (302 customer reviews) 86 / 100

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Platform: PC
Edition: Standard

Product Details

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005KBRD
  • Item Weight: 12 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 4, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (302 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,538 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Plunges players into a gigantic, continuous 3D fantasy world where they adventure to discover what evil has befallen the land. Start with a single character, then travel through the world, gathering a party of up to 10 different characters.

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88 of 95 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Put Together Perfectly August 15, 2002
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
It's nice to have a life; it really is. Wife, kids, golf, tennis; even writing these things is an enjoyable part of it. It all comes to an end though, when a game like Dungeon Siege comes around. Life? Sunshine? Forget it. I don't want it any more. Give me a computer, a dark room, a shut door, and EVERYBODY GET OUT. Indeed, I fear I begin to resemble the little monsters I so relentlessly slaughter while playing this game.

It is a RPG, or role-playing game, which essentially means that you take the part of the primary character during it. In Dungeon Siege the scenario is this: you are a simple farmer, and one morning you wake up and find that a spell has been put on the community, and all kinds of demons and monsters have risen up and are murdering humanity. You have about ten seconds to digest this before they come after you.

Unlike other computer games I have played, such as Age of Empires and Pharaoh, there is no redeeming intellectual value to this one. In those games, there is some history to learn or an ancient historical battle to be refought, but in this one, all those considerations are gone. Your job is to kill monsters, hundreds and hundreds of diverse and different kinds of monsters, over and over again. You want to learn something? Read a book, Einstein.

And what monsters! Abominable snowmen, screeching forest trolls, sword-wielding skeletons, resurrected corpses, flying gargoyles, goblins, giant worms, skeleton dogs, white wolves, boars, swamp witches, cyclopses; my goodness, if there is a horrible beast mentioned in myth or fiction, chances are you'll run into it here, usually in an unexpected and deadly fashion.
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66 of 71 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What Dungeon Siege Really is April 16, 2002
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Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
I normally don't post reviews but some of these people I'm seeing dropping 1 star grades on this game are just nuts. They complain that Dungeon Siege is linear and not really an rpg. Guess what - it wasn't designed to be. Dungoen Seige is a hack-n-slash. It's designers wanted everyone who played the game to finish it. They wanted to take the guess work out of rpg's and make a product all could enjoy. And they did this quite nicely. This game could best be described as a diablo II - very linear, combat heavy game with team based combat and fighting system ala Baldur's Gate. The story is thin, very thin - by design. If these guys who flame a 1 star on this game would have done 30 minutes worth of reading, they would have known this wasn't an epic Baldur's Gate style game. This game is fighting, item collecting, killing and it's pure fun.
So if you want to kill in mass quantites w/ great graphics and a new twist on character creation, buy it. If you want a rich rpg with a gigantic plot and a world to wander about at your whim, don't. And if you don't want the latter, don't slam the game for failing to be that - b/c Dungeon Siege never tried.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Solid game with (overly) simplistic gameplay October 18, 2003
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
I remember waiting with baited breath for the release of Dungeon Siege. Next to Freedom Force, this game is the only PC game in the first half of the year that really got me excited. So was I disappointed or did the game meet my standards? Well, this game has actually confused me as the awe inspiring graphics and sound keep me playing while the gameplay is so mindless that I'm not really playing anything. In order to add a bit of structure and explain my feelings, I'll explain my raves and rants in the following areas; Gameplay, Story, Graphics, and Sound.
Gameplay (6/10): Of all the areas of Dungeon Siege the gameplay contains the most rants. Firstly, the game has all the complexity of Solitaire. Everything, and I do mean everything, is automated to the point where user interaction is minimal. Seriously, you click to attack, you click to move, you click to open items. That's about it. One click does it all. The automated battle stances and pursuing options are nice, but really, do I need the computer to do everything for me? The only time the player really puts a whole lot of effort into the game is when you are on the item screens.
Things change slightly once you add characters to your party, but nonetheless you still don't have much more to do than macro management of your party. Keeping everyone in a group and such, which can be a pain at times. The donkey is a blessing and a curse all at once as they tend to stay incredibly far away from the party. If you are ever ambushed from behind then prepare to run a ways back to save your donkey, literally.
The only other rant I have is about leveling. Whoever created this idea of leveling should be shot, dragged into a busy intersection, and then shot some more.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great graphics, a bit too canned to be 5 star April 25, 2002
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
When I first heard that Dungeon Siege was coming out, I, like many, was very excited. I love playing RPG games. After playing about half the game, I am a bit underwhelmed. It is not a bad game, but there is not a whole lot beyond hack and slash.
First off, the graphics in this game are incredible. If you want to be stunned by graphics, you may well want the game strictly for the graphics. If it were not so graphically stunning, however, I doubt it would be receiving such high kudos. At times, I am playing the game more to see what the next creature looks like than trying to solve the game.
There is basically one path through this game, at least in single player. If you start again, you follow the same path. Unlike games like Baldur's Gate, where you can go in any direction you wish (with consequences, of course), you do not have choices. You are pretty much a "rat in a maze", trying to get the cheese. Your only real decision is whether to explore every side path, which is a good idea in most instances, as you get stronger. The positive point of this canned approach is you do not have to wait for a new section of the world to be created (ala Baldur's Gate) when you enter a new chapter in the story.
The interface takes a bit of getting used to. You have a freeform third person camera angle. If you move your mouse to any edge of the monitor you can watch the battle from a variety of angles. This feature is both extremely cool and extremely irritating, depending on what is going on. In the heat of a particularly dangerous battle, changing angles can change the outcome of the battle for some of your characters. My advice is to practice with the mouse before you get into hot water.
Unlike some, I am also fascinated by the new methodology to advancement.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Still play to this day!
Published 1 month ago by Hirantha Sam
5.0 out of 5 stars It's a real good game, you can have 9 people be on ...
It's a real good game, you can have 9 people be on your team, and you can have them help you defeat the enemy quick, and you can put on armor, to where it gives you strong defense.
Published 3 months ago by James Hopkins
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
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Published 4 months ago by Vincent
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Another RPG purchased for my grandson.
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Published 7 months ago by denise brockmeier
4.0 out of 5 stars 4 star only because it is dated
This game is well done, perhaps mindless in some way but addictive in others, nice balance as well and fun, worked well on laptops so I could play while traveling and such, I also... Read more
Published 8 months ago by IGOTIT
2.0 out of 5 stars Extremely tedious hack&slash in endless linear levels crowded with...
The title pretty much sums it up.
If it was 2002, I could tell you something about the pretty graphics.
Published 11 months ago by Silvup
4.0 out of 5 stars A good RPG game to pick up cheap
The only knock against this game is that it is very linear. It works on OS's all the way up to Windows 8 so don't worry about whether or not it will work on today's OS's. :D
Published 14 months ago by Practicedummy
3.0 out of 5 stars expansion
it started out like the original but got stuck on alevel and could not get around it it became frustating
Published 14 months ago by alejandro hernandez
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing, give it a try
Had to make a review for this game, seeing it with less than 4 stars made me almost angry. It was an amazing game, and for the soundtrack alone I would give it 5 stars. Read more
Published 20 months ago by N. Nelson
5.0 out of 5 stars Good Valentines day present!
My 13 year old son absolutely loves this game! he heard about it by using the windows XP tour then he asked me for it ever since the 14th my son will not come out of his room! Read more
Published 22 months ago by jeanmedia
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