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Dungeon Siege III (PC)

Dungeon Siege III (PC)
alaScore 89

77 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 77 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the AI. The action also gets good reviews, but there are mixed opinions on the gameplay and controls. There are some less positive views about the story.

graphics, action, AI


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Dungeon Siege III (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Dungeon Siege III (PC)


What is it about shiny new loot that makes action role-playing games so enthralling? There's something perpetually rewarding about seeing a heroic warrior graduate from lowly rags and a rusty sword to gleaming gold armor and a katana so sharp you can...

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Dungeon Siege III


As a series, Dungeon Siege has always had an odd position in games industry. ?Dungeon Siege III's predecessors were adequate PC dungeon crawling romps that stood in the colossal shadow of Blizzard's incredibly popular?Diablo?games. While it proved to...

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Dungeon Siege III


The 10th Legion returns in Obsidian Entertainment's Dungeon Siege III, although this once PC-centric action RPG series suffers a severe case of console-itis on its native platform. The effort to craft a Dungeon Siege title for two consoles and the PC...

An obvious console port, this watered-down action RPG just doesn't feel at home on the PC.


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Dungeon Siege III Review


A solid, but bog standard action RPG.

Gorgeous environments. Solid combat model. Some interesting characters and player decision points. Enjoyable co-op

Guests in co-op get hosed. Nothing particularly novel or interesting about the game design. PC controls are poor. Hotseat co-op doesn't work with keyboard/mouse and gamepad combo

Todd Brakke is a Senior Writer at GameShark and is the Producer of Jumping the Shark ,'s official podcast and co-founder of No High Scores.

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Review: Dungeon Siege III (PC)


When Dungeon Siege III was first announced, I took a rather Laissez-fair attitude towards it.  It was not that I did not want to see the game created, but I wondered if it would still retain the feeling of the first two Dungeon Siege games that were...

All that said I really did find myself enjoying Dungeon Siege III.  The main story is very entertaining, and the troves of extra information scattered about the land in the form of books and side characters just add to the world and its surroundings. ...

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Dungeon Siege III Review Xbox 360, PS3, PC: Is that you, Dungeon Siege?


Obsidian's take on Dungeon Siege is a game changer, and not in a good way.

While there's compelling combat and an admirable focus on story, the DOA co-op is an absolute deal breaker. The world of DS III simply isn't rich enough to revisit on your own. Obsidian needs to patch in a reworked multiplayer. Otherwise, fans of the...

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Dungeon Siege III


Recently I've found myself with an overabundance of free time and some friends have helped fill the void by getting me thoroughly addicted to tabletop role playing games likeDungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder. It's interesting... you won't look at RPG's...

Dungeon Siege III doesn't reinvent the wheel by any stretch of the imagination, but if you're into these sorts of D&D style, loot collecting, hack and slashers, then it's definitely worth a look. For me though, I ended up disappointed. While the game...

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Dungeon Siege 3


Dungeon Siege III features some impressive spell animations that will light up your entire screen, but the rest of it looks and sounds (it's almost as if the developers forced the voice actors to deliver their lines at gunpoint) rather dull in comparison.

don't know if it is even possible, but they should have made those screens stick with own character only. if they absolutely had to keep the group together, they could have added some kind of invisible chain keeping palyers all near each other or just...

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Dungeon Siege III review [PS3/360/PC]


Imagine baking a cake. You follow a tried and tested recipe, but decide some things are wrong. You start by removing the sugar. Then you remove the layer of jam and butterscotch, before deciding that the hundreds of thousands on top are not really...

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Dungeon Siege III- PC


Before I begin talking about Dungeon Siege III, I want to mention two things that are directly related to my review. First and foremost, I am not really a fan of the hack-n-slash RPG genre. I liked Diablo because it was fresh and novel, but found...