Summary: 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. Unfortunately it doesn't measure up at all. The graphics are pretty good and the story (that which I experienced, didn't get very far) was intriguing.
Summary: The reviews made me think the game was hype, however, whenever I started playing it, I was surely disappointed in it. The gameplay lags and the storyline is a bit stale. However, for any RPG fans I guess they can get past that due to the level up system.
Summary: I was a devout follower of the Dungeon Siege series and played the first two games many, many hours. The 3rd is nothing like them whatsoever. They were far more imaginative and character development involved more and better options.
Summary: First off, I was a big DS2 fan. I loved the style and game play. This game is difficult in single player for no really reason, and when you switch over to allow multiplayer drop-ins, it just gets effed up.
Summary: This game was a lot of fun, but it seemed like Square-Enix just didn't put in the depth and quality that I normally associate with their products. And now for the Pro/Con list! Pros: Smooth gameplay, no bugs, broken quests or glitchy graphics.
Summary: I had High hopes for this game, because I have been 'jonesin' for a Hack and Slash RPG, Like Champions of Norrath or Sacred 2. And when I saw this it got my hopes up. Finally played it, and I was let down sadly.
Summary: Local Co-Op mode (which is why I bought it) ties you into a top-down camera angle that makes the gameplay very frustrating. I'm a pretty hard-core RPG Co-Op gamer. My husband and I play marathons whenever we find reasonably worthy co-op games we can play together.
Summary: This game is a real disappointment to me. While it is less linear than it's predecessors, that's one of the very few good things to say about it. What does work: It's less linear. You can press a button to see the path to your next quest. The not so great: It is very short with limited replay value.
Summary: If this game was called 'The bland quests of four generic heroes: Tales of what could have been' then I'd give this game 5 stars based purely on the publishers honesty in the title. Fact is, for Dungeon Siege fans such as myself and many others, this is a tragic let-down.