Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna
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Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna
2 February 2006
Excerpt: Some RPG’s require careful thought, moral decisions, strategic combat formations, attention to character statistics…but not Dungeon Siege . Similar to Diablo and its wildly popular sequel, the original Dungeon Siege only required a willingness to move throughout the Kingdom of Ehb slaughtering all...
Excerpt: The evil Shadow Jumper has been held captive for many, many years. He has broken free and vows revenge on the Utraeans who imprisoned him. Of course, his method of revenge puts the whole world in danger. So like your famous ancestors, you will embark on a journey to stop this evil villain. You?
Excerpt: Let me get one thing set right off the bat: It’s entirely possible that you don’t like “fast-twitch” RPG games. The reason why I said that is because Dungeon Siege raised quite a bit of contention amongst action RPG fans, sometimes because of its presentation, other times because of the sheer amount...
Excerpt: Developed by Mad Doc Software (Gas Powered Games are busy working on Dungeon Siege II), Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna is stand alone expansion pack to Gas Powered Games's hit role-playing game.
Conclusion: your battle plan then it’s almost a matter of managing battles instead of fighting them. (Click and watch.) The opposition can be daunting at times (i.e. boss battles) but mostly they attack pell-mell and with no regard for their safety.
Summary: More than a year and a half after its release, Dungeon Siege is still a game that provokes a mixed response from gamers. Microsoft's highly anticipated 3D Diablo-killer met with completely different reactions from different players, some of whom were highly impressed by the game's visuals and...
Conclusion: Releasing an add-on was obviously a good move by MS. Its launch should create enough of a stir in the industry just in time for the sequel. You can expect Dungeon Siege II to arrive some time in 2004.
Conclusion: While the gameplay can sometimes get tedious due to the incessant combat, the low system requirements and smooth frame rate help alleviate this and, all things considered, it’s a great way to spend a few months in front the PC, and is easily worth the price of admission.