Summary: Some expansions completely revitalize a game, and others merely give us more of the same. Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun falls mostly in the latter category, bringing players some new content along with a few new bells and whistles, but not really raising the bar all that much.
Summary: Treasures of the Sun gets an 8.0. DLC is supposed to make the game better, richer, longer, etc. This does a good job in those goals with the addition of crafting, level cap lift, and new environments.
Excerpt: It has been six years since Dungeon Siege 2 was released by Gas Powered Games. The torch has been passed on to Obsidian Entertainment and they have completely changed the tried and true game play formula of this beloved dungeon crawler.
Summary: Dungeon Siege III brings together the beloved aspects of the Dungeon Siege franchise with Obsidian Entertainment's expertise, to create an evolved action-RPG experience. In addition to its arrival on high-def consoles for the first time, the game also features an all-new co-op multiplayer mode.
Excerpt: There’s nothing wrong with Dungeon Siege III that a lower price tag won’t eventually fix. Occasionally beautiful, often enjoyable and rarely guilty of trying to be something that it shouldn’t, the latest game from Obsidian Entertainment (the team behind Alpha Protocol and Fallout: New Vegas ) goes...
Excerpt: Dungeon Siege III is an odd game. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, based on a property created by Gas Powered Games, and published by the franchise's new owner Square Enix, it's a game with as diverse a background as they come.
Excerpt: Dungeon Siege III marks the first entry in the series to be developed by Obsidian Entertainment, and also the first numbered game in the series to appear on consoles. More specifically, Dungeon Siege III largely abandons the play style of the earlier games to focus on mechanics more palatable to a...
Excerpt: For Dungeon Siege III , developer Obsidian Entertainment had big plans. For the series first foray into console gaming (save for the 2006 PSP edition), the sequel features a new story, new controls and a new multiplayer suite.