Reviews and Problems with Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony
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Load times are agony.
Kim H., Amazon
25 February 2011
Summary: Make sure you save often. I've had the game freeze several times while loading. I have also had it freeze in the middle of a battle, and had my character get stuck beside a wall (had to turn the game off).
Summary: This game I would put under the Yea I'll play it just to see how it ends. I didn't find it at all challenging and it wasn't difficult to complete. It got redundant real quick in that the game play really doesn't change much through each "mission" The other thing I found odd was that the "bosses"...
Summary: Okay so overall this game is a blast to play if you like rpg style dungeon crawlers. With three character classes to chose from in the beginning you can try out different styles, whether it be warrior, magic wielder, or stealth character.
Summary: the game was mainly a hack-n-slash game. a lot of mindless fun hacking your way through levels, leveling up, grabbing items and doing quests. Graphics not the greatest, but still kinda fun at times if nothing else left to play.
Summary: I really hate to knock this game. I do not want to. However, for the price and the description of the game, it should be better than it is. It is soooo monotonous and very easy. This would be a great RPG for the teens and younger. Yes, I am older than that. The graphics are ok.
Conclusion: I bought this game on a whim as I like the original Dungeon Siege and Dungeon Siege 2 on the PC. First impressions were good with the usual DS style of gameplay: Hack 'n' Slash with very accessible RPG features.
Conclusion: This game is actually quite nice, it has a massive map, and will keep you busy for hours. It allows you to create your own character and you can choose your 'sidekick' to help you. You can choose your own path, and what type of weapon to use.
Excerpt: being an avid dungeon siege fan i was estactic when i found this gem for the psp. my excitement was short lived. The game was a bit in my opinion to complicated for a hand held device. it took me a good long while to remember how to access the maps.
Cons: charaters and no challenge until i was bored with it already
Summary: I nabbed this on import because I liked the look of it in previews, and thought the characters and hack'n'slash action sounded interesting. After a nice intro, which is in the increasingly common PSP format of loosely animated comic book stills, you get to pick one of three characters: a brutish...