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Dungeon Siege 3 (Xbox 360)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 102 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and usability. The action and design also get good feedback. Some have doubts about the price, and reviews about the controls and single player gameplay are mixed.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Dungeon Siege 3 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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Dungeon Siege III (Xbox 360)

 

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 Review

 

Square Enix plays it safe with another dungeon crawler. Is it worth your time?

Send your comments to the author kyle@original-gamer.com article id: 2610 | poster: OG var disqus_shortname = 'originalgamer';var...

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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

 

Thirty years before the events within Dungeon Siege III, the 10th Legion, the protectors of the Kingdom of Ehb, were accused of assassinating the much loved king and were banished from the realm by angry mobs led by Jeyne Kassyndre. Outraged by the...

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Dungeon Siege III (Xbox 360) Review

 

Come check out whether this game is worth your time, or if you should just wait for one of the next big titles to come out.

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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 , GameShark.com's official podcast and co-founder of No High Scores.

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Dungeon Siege 3

 

It's a good thing you don't ever get the option to say, "No thanks," when you are offered the chance go forth on your own and save the world from the hordes of evil. To summarise the prologue to Dungeon Siege 3; Jayne Kassinder, with the help of the...

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Dungeon Siege 3

 

It seems that old-school (or should that be skool?) dungeon crawlers are slowly creeping back onto our consoles. Obviously the daddy of them all, Diablo, has long been in the works but in the interim we have had a few interesting XBLA titles to dabble...

A fun game in places, but after one run through of the game you will not really have the urge to go back for more. This will certainly help you pass a few hours but beyond that it is hard to see it as little more than filler for bigger and better things.

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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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Review: Dungeon Siege III (Microsoft Xbox 360)

 

To further detail the events of the game, a series of colorless parchment illustrations are used time and again. These illustrations look nice, but lack the level of expert finesse usually required when this sort of slide show cut scene is put into...

Dungeon Siege III in no way, shape or form reinvents the wheel, or even takes the specific hack and slash action RPG subgenre out of the traditional giant spider filled forests many of us have seen in similar games over the years. What it does do is...