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Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony - Sony PSP

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Platform : Sony PSP
Rated: Teen
38 customer reviews

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  • 4 unique characters to choose from - customize them into 8 different Hero Classes and 16 Legendary Classes
  • Choose from over 16 different Pets and Companions -- switch between them strategically to use their special power
  • Face over 100 monsters including well known monsters from the Dungeon Siege world as well as many new creatures
  • Over 100 stunning spells and abilities, plus tons of powerful weapons and armor - all fully enchantable
  • Flying and naval vehicles allow access to remote areas of the game world
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Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony for the PSP system is an all-new adventure, created from the ground up specifically for the handheld system. It features all-new playable characters and a freshly designed, non-linear, single player campaign as well as support for Ad Hoc co-operative and competitive multiplayer games. 15 hours of gameplay with 2 different modes Mercenary and Elite Multiplayer Battle Arenas allow a concise, fun party experience for players who don't have time for a full campaign

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  • ASIN: B000FZ1YV4
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 4.2 x 0.8 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 28, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,715 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Leo JD on November 3, 2006
This is a typical Diablo inspired RPG. Your hero will hack, slash and loot his/her way through yet another fantasy setting. What makes this game atypical is how well its made and lack of good rpg's for PSP. The interface in this game is pretty good. You use the knob to move, shoulder buttons to drink potions, directional buttons to switch weapons/magic/ map modes, and others to use weapons. As you learn different skills up to six are assignable via button combinations. The interface falls short a bit when it comes to managing inventory. Pressing select bring up a whole new screen. the is no "paper doll" but rather lists for armor/ weapons/ gear etc.. assigning points and viewing stats takes a bit of taking use to. Good thing you don't take damage as you do so. Other handy feature is compare button which allows quick check to see if your equipped sword is better or worse that that mace you just found.
Another shortcoming that only first line of dialogues is voiced.
However, it is still a greatlooking, fun, engrossing game.

It is a must have for all RPG fans.
4.5/5
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 11, 2008
I've been an avid fan of console action-rpgs for a while now ever since Phantasy Star Online hit the Gamecube several years back, so I have a pretty good reference when rating Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony (ToA). This review is mostly for gameplay since I tend to not mind graphics and audio so much.

First off, let me emphasize that ToA is a traditional hach'n'slash game. Its greatest appeal will be towards gamers who enjoy mindlessly destroying hordes of baddies, level grind, and item micromanagement. It's most similar to Baldur's Gate on consoles, Diablo on computers, and Untold Legends on the portable front.

Like the afformentioned games, ToA has players select thier avatars--the warrior, mage, and archer archetypes--in the beginning. The three characters already have names, and players can neither customize their avatar's physical featurs such as hair and height nor their initial parameters (stamina, power, intelligence, etc.). This lack of customization is really superficial though; equiping new items will drastically change an avatar's appearance and players can still customize parameters upon leveling up. Also, depending on which character you choose, you can select one pet/follower ranging from a fire elemental to a baby dragon that will fight and level up right beside your character, and many more choices become available as the game progresses.

Characters aren't limited to one class either. Once your avatar reaches a certain level, you may choose one of two hero classes, and at even higher levels, you may choose one of four legendary classes. For example, Allister starts out as a Battle Mage, but he may become a Vile Wizard or White Wizard.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on December 28, 2006
I bought my PSP simply because GTA Vice City came out for the PSP. That and I have to travel a lot. And there's nothing better than sitting in cattle class and shooting random people in the street in GTA to get the aggressions out.

But as time has gone on, I've bought other games for my PSP and requested this one for the holidays after reading some favorable reviews. And this game is great. Like the other reviewers, it's got a Diablo-like feel to it. (assuming you've wasted a lot of your life on Diablo like I have) This is a great dungeon crawl and I'm really enjoying it way too much. The graphics are great. The music is awesome. Not all characters have voices which is fine. The animation is smooth. The only problem that I have is that sometimes the load times are long. Can't have everything though. I highly recommend this!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Valente Fan in PA on December 6, 2006
Does DS:ToA have the depth of a true RPG? Of course not, although it's tough to pull that off in a handheld game -- I will wait for Oblivion or D&D:Tactics to see if that formula will work successfully on a handheld. But what DS:ToA succeeds at smashingly is being a ton of fun to play. I commute to a different state by train weekly and this game is the perfect fix for just killing time -- just enough role playing to keep you working towards that next level-up for an hour or two, but not so complex that you feel a massive mental commitment is required to play. The controls are simple, the graphics are great for a handheld, and the gameplay is stellar. At times the game slows down my PSP a touch, and I've had to reboot once. But mostly it works smoothly and is a great and enjoyable diversion.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Ward on January 18, 2007
Everything was fine until about 2/3rds of the way through. At that point, I ran into some rather obvious bugs. First, it refused to acknowlege that I'd completed a quest - even the obvious steps like "Enter the Citadel" would not receive the checkmark. Then, it fell into a mode where I couldn't hit any monsters. Swinging just fine, but not able to actually hit anything. I tried rebooting from a saved game, but still ran into the same problems. Lost all motivation to start from the beginning with a new character...
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Robert C. Paro Jr. on November 5, 2006
This game has a good, interesting story. The Graphics are good, good spell effects, characters clothes and weapons change on screen when you change them in inventory{which is a picky thing, but very big}, and some decent monster designs. The controls are very easy to learn, and streamline the experience. A.I. is decent, and your summoned "followers" are good, but maybe could be fine tuned. Overall it's very fun, and the involving story will keep you til the end, and co-op should make a 2nd visit worthy.
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