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). Overall it's a fun game if you like mashing a button repeatedly to swing a weapon and hitting another button to fling a fireball (there are different weapons and armor to collect, and you can shoot lightning and ice).
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" weren't any more difficult to beat than their underlings. I gave it 3 stars because it was a decent enough time waster, but not much more than that.
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. The only downside to this game is it tends to freeze up quite often and can be a pain especially if you haven't saved for awhile. So my advice, save often. Like everytime you leave a dungeon save your game. Just in case.
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. The number of quests are many. Plenty of weapons and spells to get your hands on and use. What is bad are the load times. They are horrible (PSP Slim).
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. I almost never found the right quest givers and it took me forever to get anywhere. I also did tn like the pre made characters that the game offered. there were only three characters 2 males and 1 female ...
Cons: charaters and no challenge until i was bored with it already
Summary: Nice fighting game to keep you busy. The PSP does well to get all of this onto the small console, but, it can get a bit repetative. The comments about loading times are very valid. It gets so frustrating when visiting the village / viewing the map / or teleporting from one place to another. Way too long! The first half of the game is good as you progress up the experience ladder and gather better weapons and train up your companion.
Excerpt: "this game only have 3 classes, mage, archer and warrior, i think they can spand the classes...like 3d&t i love the pet idea...in the game i think the history is really short and is not a good story in each character... this is not a very good game... it has a lot of spells, but it can have more :P because i'm lvl 74 in the game and i dont have any spell to get... i like the 2 optional finals, where you can chose your end for the history it has ...
Summary: Overall this is a good looking fun game, that keeps you playing for hours. The graphics are good, the fighting is satisfyingly fast and it has great atmospheric sound track. As you make your way through the game your character improves there skill, untill such a point where i felt the fighting didn't prove challenging any more. Don't get me wrong i love running roung kicking ass, but wheres the challenge. The game is toughest near the begining where you are weaker.
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 half-giant, a slinky elf and a spell-throwing wizard.