Classic Dungeon Siege with modern technology and excellent writing. I love it
9 January 2015
Summary: Classic Dungeon Siege with modern technology and excellent writing. I love it! I didn't play DS 2 but I played the first game (years after it was made) and liked it a lot. This game is witty and entertaining. It's the only game I've played since I got it and I'm the type to play multiple games back to back.
Summary: You get four characters, all with different abilities and play styles, and that's it. The combat changes only slightly because of that. The story changes only slightly because of that. This game really didn't hold my interest too well, and that's a shame because I like previous dungeon siege titles much more. But I made it through the game, and you can too.
Summary: This is an excellent game, very enjoyable, the difficulty settings are honest, select easy, to learn the controls and how to play, once you master it, choose Normal to really make it fun, then Hard when you want to challenge yourself. It plays more like a hack'n'slash dungeon crawler, but the RPG element and choices make it deeper than that. It reminded me a lot of Knights of the old republic, but leaves you wishing you could design your own Character.
Summary: I played the Demo and decided to buy the game to finish the story. I have already beat the game twice and I am still looking forward to playing it again. RPG's are my favroite because they have very interesting and unique storylines. Wish I had played the first two but in anycase this game is very fun and entertaining.
Summary: Fun to play. A little different than most dungeon RPGs, but a lot of the differences I like—such as shared inventory between multiplayer characters. The only real downfall is that there is a LOT of dialog, and it can get tedious…but fortunately you can skip most of it.