Fight hordes of dangerous creatures in a mystical fantasy world.
Data de lançamento: 20 Jun 2011
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Inclui 4 itens: Dungeon Siege III, Dungeon Siege, Dungeon Siege II, Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun

Sobre o jogo

Durante séculos os legionários têm protegido a nação Ehb, até o dia em que foram traídos e levados quase à extinção. Agora que o mal retornou a Ehb, o povo recorre aos legionários sobreviventes pela proteção do passado. Como um sucessor da legião, você aceitará este pedido de ajuda? Como tudo será solucionado depende de você.
Dungeon Siege III é um RPG de ação que mistura harmoniosamente uma jogabilidade rápida e intuitiva, um sistema de RPG robusto com uma grande variedade de habilidades, gama de itens e recompensas e a imersão à qual Square-Enix e Obsidian Entertainment são conhecidas por criar. Jogadores poderão se aventurar por si próprios, no sofá com os amigos ou numa completa experiência multiplayer online.

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3, Vista SP1, Windows 7
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo 2.5 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 1.5 GB
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 3870 or NVIDIA 9800 GT
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 4 GB for full installation
    • Sound: No accelerated sound hardware required
    Recommended
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: Core i5 750 2.67 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 2 GB
    • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4870 or NVIDIA GTX 260
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Estou bastante satisfeito com o resultado final do jogo. Para uma franquia que se popularizou nos PC's, a adaptação do gameplay pra consoles ficou muito boa e bastante ágil. Divertido e com escolhas que influenciam no final do jogo
Publicada: 23 janeiro 2014
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Dungeon Siege III really falls somewhere between good and bad but in the end, I do think it was a fun experience.
The game takes place in a generic fantasy setting where generic evil people are being generically evil and you, the generic hero of a generic almost extinct generic group of generic heroes do generic things in the name of generic goodness.

My playthrough took place with a friend. He played the generic wizard and I played the generic swordsman. We played on the hardest difficulty. While the game offers some fun hack and slash combat, there's nothing very special with it. Each character has two modes (zwiehander/sword+shield, rifle/dual pistols, etc.) with three skills per mode in addition to three defensive abilitites. While I do believe you're supposed to use both of your modes, there seemed to be no benefit in doing so for me. I just went berserk with my zweihanders and that worked terrifically.

I can't say anything about lower difficulties but we mostly found the regular enemies to be rather trivial while the bosses were hard only because they could kill you in one or two hits. This was challenging and fun in its own way but not in a good way as this was more like artificial difficulty where you're punished for a single mistake.

With this in mind, the balance between bosses wasn't good, either. One early boss was super hard while others were a breeze. The penultimate boss was one of the hardest in the game while the last boss was a joke.

Lastly, the game had some notable issues with other aspects. The depiction of women felt rather sexistic as you could usually judge the moral level of a woman by looking at the size of her breasts. Big breasts - good person. Small breasts - evil person. The camera was a pain as my partner and I limited each others' movements, which was super problematic as he was a long range character and I was purely melee. As far as I know, the game is purely a console port and although it could actually be good, I'm not so certain that it's good if you don't have a gamepad to play with.

So that's my review. You can see that I ended up giving it a recommendation but that's a weak recommendation. I do not recommend buying this game unless you'll either have someone to play with or if you can get it for less than the base cost.
Publicada: 4 março 2014
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Let me start off by saying I have not played the first two Dungeon Siege games, so I cannot say this game did or did not kill the series or something like that. And although this was my first Dungeon Siege, I can honestly say I immensely enjoy this game. I loved how I could actually control my character's movements instead of just clicking on some part of the map and wait for them to get there. It makes me feel more involved. Also, the combat was absolutely great and at times a great challenge. The abilities the four hero's have were all fun to use, and they each felt different from the other's. Something that really impressed me was that when you change any part of your armor, so too did your character. I do not tend to see my character's look change with other RPG games like this one, so it was just nice to see something as simple as this being implemented.

Now, despite what I said, I still have faults with the game. I have to agree with many others when saying that camera was a pain at times. It was too close to the player, and at times it made me feel constricted. However, is the camera beyond awful and ruin the whole game? No, not even close. I also would find myself getting stuck in objects towards the later levels for some reason. I would be walking then uh oh, I am now stuck in a log, or what have you. I also see many complain about the confusing skill tree, clunky AI, bad controls, and for some reason picking up objects. I really do not understand their complaints because one: the skill is so simple to use. You literally choose what ability you want(only certain levels let you pick an ability), where you want your proficiency, and what talent you want. It is so straight forward. As for the AI, I have never had a problem. My companion was always helpful ( I have not played co-op) and never felt useless, and the enemies were not mindless oafs. I also thought the controls were just fine. There was nothing confusing about them (I played keyboard and mouse). And picking up objects? Really? If there are a lot of items near you, press ctrl. You now just picked up everything. No reason for that to be a struggle.

If this is your first Dungeon Siege game (because apparently this is not worthy of being called a Dungeon Siege), or if you like action RPGs, I recommend this game. It is beautiful, addictive, and the story is actually pretty awesome. I got hooked with it and felt really involved in it. It really is a solid gaming experience, and I wish more people could see that. I also recommend getting the DLC as well. Raises level cap, grants enchanting weapons and armor, and adds a good lengthy and engaging mission. The game is great and I highly recommend picking this one up.
Publicada: 11 maio 2014
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Dungeon Siege III takes an interesting and well defined world and shoves it into a blender. The resulting mess is then poured down your throat like the worst karmic payback in the history of mankind. I'm only still playing it because I can't get a refund and I want as close to my money's worth as I can get.

I mean this with all honesty when I say that DSIII has ensured that I'll never buy another game in the franchise again. Square Enix should be ashamed of themselves for utterly ruining a wonderful product line and setting with the worst control interface ever designed by human beings.

As a matter of fact, I highly doubt the interface was designed by men. I believe that it was, in fact, cribbed from apes.

If you have kids, use this foul abomination of a game as punishment. An hour attempting to accomplish anything while the controls actively conspire against you will get your children acting right. Another hour attempting to fight grotesquely overpowered bosses will ensure that they continue to act right.

This game gets four stars because that's how many it takes to censor the word I feel most aptly describes it.
Publicada: 3 fevereiro 2014
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I tried it a second time b/c I couldn't remember why I stopped. Took me 5 minute of playing to remember. I really really enjoyed the first one, kind of enjoyed the second one, and well, this one continued the downward trend. Very dissapointing graphics, slim to no depth of strategy, confusing and forgettable storyline (a killer for RPGs). Go buy the first one instead, you'll get a good 50-100hrs out of it.
Publicada: 14 janeiro 2014
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