Summary: The game is pretty good. There is a lot of walking and backtracking involved in the game, and that can take a lot of time away from the core gameplay. The gameplay is fun, and will entertain you for a while. Once you beat the game once, however, you won't want to really go through it again with a different character. It's just not worth it to do all the stuff that you did with your first character, especially since the story is very straightforward.
Summary: Being a huge fan of dungeon crawlers, I thought I'd give this game a try. I'll start off with the good. The graphics and voice acting in this game were great, and the story was very interesting, even as basic as it was. Your character did feel like it could reflect off of you in some ways, which is good in a dungeon crawling rpg like this. The scenery in this game was also beautiful from a crawling-familiar standpoint. In a sense, the game had a lot going for it.
Summary: Bad camera control, and menu navigation kept me from getting into this game. I am a fan of the original Diablo and have been looking for a temporary replacement until the newest edition is released. I'm still looking, and mildly upset that I believed the hype about this game. It had such potential visually, but they lost me with very bad camera angles.
Summary: My older brother and I were playing around when it came out. It was decent. The gun lady was attractive. but I played for about twenty minutes or maybe less and could not summon hope for it to get better. so I left my brother to fend for himself and went for a snack.
Summary: I liked the game at first but that's until it ended in four hours. It took me three days to beat it with every character and I wasn't even playing but a fewer hours here and there. If you don't have anything to do this is the game that you should get. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME JUST RENT IT!
Summary: I recently just finished my first playthrough of Dungeon Siege III. You start the game out by picking one of four characters. Each character plays differently, has their own set of abilities, and a different perspective on the story. I played as Katarina and therefore most of my review will be based off of her perspective.
Dungeon Siege III - Cannot bring your own character into multiplayer
Ninja World War, Game Informer
21 June 2011
Summary: My title says it all. If you join another person's online game, you will not be playing with any of your characters that you have worked so hard and tirelessly to level up. Whatever cool loot you find in that game does not go with you when you leave either, unless you are hosting, in that case you are playing with your single player character, but everyone else is not playing with their own characters.
Excerpt: "...recently acquiring the rights to Dungeon Siege series, Obsidian Entertainment have been placed firmly in the development seat. Can they recreate this dungeon crawler role playing game to the expectancy of the original fans? Can they win new fans with this reboot almost and reaching out to the console market? Returning to the Kingdom of Ehb, quite sometime after the original events of the first two games, there is turmoil as Jeyne Kassynder is on ...