- Summary: Dungeon Siege combines the immersive elements of a role-playing game with over-the-top intensity and non-stop action. Dungeon Siege plunges you into a continuous 3D fantasy world where you face off against an army of evil that has been unleashed. You begin as a humble farmer, and as you travel through the world and gain new skills, you can gather a party of up to eight characters to aid you. Dungeon Siege impels the player into one over-the-top battle after the other as the storyline unfolds and a larger plot begins to reveal itself. A world of adventure where you can explore sprawling landscapes in a seamlessly unfolding story awaits. [Microsoft]… Expand
Mar 29, 2013I love the dungeon Siege series, but this has to be the best one from it. The game is so simple to understand and had a good story. The graphics may not be the best, but, who gives a crap about that anyways? They were good for it's time. It's a great role playing, action game. Even though the game came out 11 years ago, it's still epic. 10 out of 10… Expand
Dec 22, 2010I'm sorry but this game just absolutely kicks Diablo II's ass. The graphics are nice looking, gameplay is great and you feel like there is a purpose of playing this, unlike diablo. Huge amount of spells to use and having a party of adventurers to deal with adds to the enjoyment of the campaign. Also an amazing soundtrack to this game as well. I'm not sure how you can say this game is boring without saying Diablo is even worse as the gameplay is similar, but DS is by far superior.… Expand
AlphaMikeApr 16, 2002Nice inventions. Or strictly speaking - nice alloy of different gameplay elements ready-made from other genres. Good "squad-based" [:)] action atmosphere with quite tactical potential. Some discomforting things but the "Dinamic Pause" put in order them.… Expand
Sep 8, 2013This game is easy to learn for non rpg experts, which makes it even more attractive.
The game is fun, the graphics are just fine (even its an old game) and the game play is good.
It's an easier RPG than others on it's style, so it makes it perfect for a come and go, playing casual.
There is little room for exploration on this game, since it's mostly a dungeon crawler, from point A to point B and some very easy puzzles.
Overall it's a good game. The real time battles with strategic pauses, makes it really cool and fun to play with.
If you feel your party is not balanced or you want to change it, you can train any of the party's components on other magic melee or anything else. there are no classes per se.
As for the time of this review, MP does not work anymore, but there is a way to make it work.
So in conclusion, a really nice party based Action RPG with tactical pauses on combats.
I have to agree with some people, that the game can become repetitive.… Expand
BitBurnJun 1, 2002Graphics are awesome. Sounds are great too. The music is also excellent. The gameplay..well in the beginning it's very interesting but as the game progresses it gets a bit dull. … Expand
K.DogOct 29, 2004The one is for graphics. The rest is BOOOOOOOORING! Lame gameplay, ripoff of Diablo, stupid stupid combat system. You can change a melee expert to a ranged master in about 5 minutes, and bows do equal damage to melee weapons. I ended up with a party of 6 archers and two spellcasters. Spells is another shortfall. Dumb dumb dumb. The hardest part of the game was in the beginning third. After that, you can get a healing spell that will heal everyone for lots of HP, and that's all you ever need. Hack hack hack after that. Not even a remote hint of plot either. Diablo is better in every single aspect. Microsoft stinks at making games, and their reputation is upheld here as well. The gams is fun for 5 minutes, then the novelty wears off, and it's just run, hack, kill ten of the same monster, repeat.… Expand
Published: September 8, 2010This week's "Resident Evil: Afterlife" is yet another film adaptation of a popular videogame. Everything you've heard about the genre is true: there are a lot of terrible movies, and a lot of Uwe Boll movies. (And those categories are definitely not mutually exclusive.) We look at the "best" and worst examples of games-turned-movies.