Fight hordes of dangerous creatures in a mystical fantasy world.
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Data de lançamento: 20/jun/2011

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Sobre este 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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Ellipse
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 21 de julho
I impulse bought this because I remember wanting it ages ago...but I quickly realised I already had it before and didn't like it. Well, you can imagine I felt quite silly after this! Ha. Ha. HA. HA>AH>>H>A>HA>HA>A>H>A>A>HA>Icantreturnthisitsbeenthreeyears
Shay
( 44.5 horas registradas )
Publicada: 18 de julho
HORRIBLE story. Crap camera controls. Crap loot. Should be taken out of the RPG category and put into the Mediocre Action Adventure category.

Edit: The best part of the game, for me, was finding lore items that told the story of DS1, because they reminded me of how awesome DS1 was.
Dustin
( 0.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 15 de julho
Much more improved controls and gameplay. Good story and sh*t.

6/10
FrostMinor
( 5.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 14 de julho
Pro:
+ Good graphic
+ Each character have speciality
+ Your choice can change the story
+ New quest system

Con:
- Only 2 Characters per group
- Can't build a hybrid character
- Annoying camera

Well, looks like it's a different game from DS1 and DS2.
So it's not recommended if you're a fanatic of DS1 and DS2.
Still, it's a good game. Buy it when sale.
Vagabond251
( 63.0 horas registradas )
Publicada: 13 de julho
Here is a game that got completely overlooked. Partially with good reason as it is NOTHING like the previous titles in the Dungeon Siege franchise. While the game is still a hack and slash at it's heart, there's nowhere near the amount of loot and customization typically associated with games of that nature. That doesn't mean there isn't a great game to be played here, just maybe not the one you expect.

Instead of creating a custom character at the start of your adventure you are given a choice of four different characters. Each has a completely different ability set than the other and a somewhat different adventure in terms of who you meet and when. I've played as all four and with the exception of one they are all a blast to play. I highly recommend trying out all of them whether it be in another play through (you are required to complete certain tasks, like getting to level 20, as each character) or in multiplayer. The game was made by Obsidian as well so the writing for all the characters is very solid and voice acting is pretty good.

When it comes to combat this game doesn't disappoint. It DOES, however, almost completely require a controller. You would think playing with a KB&M would fit a Dungeon Siege game but unfortunately, it doesn't. If you have a controller though, you're in for some great hack and slash combat with a fair amount of strategy (especially on the hardest difficulty).

Visually and audibly this game is pretty darn good. The music, while nothing special, fits the game enough. You won't be humming any of the tunes, but you won't be cursing the game for repetition. On the visual side, this game looks great for an isometric title. Even during cut scenes (where you see your model up close) there is a great amount of detail present and numerous visual effects that add to the level of immersion. The voice acting does Obsidian's script justice as well.

Last but not least, I have to mention multiplayer. I played through the entire game about two times in multiplayer sessions and it is a BLAST if you have people who know how to use each character. It's almost necessary for the highest difficulty in the game to played with other people if you want to stand a chance. While the game can be enjoyed fine solo, it's at it's best in multiplayer sessions. Each player takes a different role and strategy really starts to come into play.

Overall I highly recommend Dungeon Siege III assuming you have a controller. If you have a KB&M I honestly can't recommend it as it is a pain to play that way. If, however, you have a controller and some friends to join you you are in for a treat.

8/10
Baene
( 1.6 horas registradas )
Publicada: 11 de julho
Wish i never bought this. Linear world, VERY clunky combat, and surprisingly difficult, that scales WITH you, so if you get nice weapons and armor, the mobs hit you even harder. This game is just bad. Keep away.
darbob77
( 15.4 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de julho
This is not what I was expecting from a Dungeon Siege game. Not getting what I was expecting is often a good thing, but this time it left me wishing the game had more personality. I found the mechanics to be mostly a combination of right clicking constantly and occassionally hitting a heal and kiting until I had enough health to run back and repeat the proceedure.

The most dissapointing aspect for me was the gear. Very uninspired in both name and function, wierd names even.

This game would be an okay time killer if it weren't Dungeon Siege III. It deserved better than this.
**FADM*Sollarii**
( 0.7 horas registradas )
Publicada: 8 de julho
Great game just love this game it is not a large game but has such depth.
dhoulmagus1
( 12.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 6 de julho
Very limited Game. Little to no replayability. Liked the casual gaming aspect though. Easy to play through and watch the story. Wish it was more like fable. More customisable character / more open world aspect / reasons for returning to previous areas aside from xp for vengeance quests.
meltdown
( 29.1 horas registradas )
Publicada: 6 de julho
The hardcore DS1-2 fans may not like this as much but it was a very enjoyable game for me and I liked DS1&2.

I really hope the low ratings from people expecting older / different gameplay doesn't end the series. This is a fun game and co-op can make it even better.
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1.6 horas registradas
Publicada: 25 de junho
Only a Dungeon Siege game by name.

Poor Camera Angles
Boring Loot System
Unengaging Story
Poor Character Selection
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63.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 13 de julho
Here is a game that got completely overlooked. Partially with good reason as it is NOTHING like the previous titles in the Dungeon Siege franchise. While the game is still a hack and slash at it's heart, there's nowhere near the amount of loot and customization typically associated with games of that nature. That doesn't mean there isn't a great game to be played here, just maybe not the one you expect.

Instead of creating a custom character at the start of your adventure you are given a choice of four different characters. Each has a completely different ability set than the other and a somewhat different adventure in terms of who you meet and when. I've played as all four and with the exception of one they are all a blast to play. I highly recommend trying out all of them whether it be in another play through (you are required to complete certain tasks, like getting to level 20, as each character) or in multiplayer. The game was made by Obsidian as well so the writing for all the characters is very solid and voice acting is pretty good.

When it comes to combat this game doesn't disappoint. It DOES, however, almost completely require a controller. You would think playing with a KB&M would fit a Dungeon Siege game but unfortunately, it doesn't. If you have a controller though, you're in for some great hack and slash combat with a fair amount of strategy (especially on the hardest difficulty).

Visually and audibly this game is pretty darn good. The music, while nothing special, fits the game enough. You won't be humming any of the tunes, but you won't be cursing the game for repetition. On the visual side, this game looks great for an isometric title. Even during cut scenes (where you see your model up close) there is a great amount of detail present and numerous visual effects that add to the level of immersion. The voice acting does Obsidian's script justice as well.

Last but not least, I have to mention multiplayer. I played through the entire game about two times in multiplayer sessions and it is a BLAST if you have people who know how to use each character. It's almost necessary for the highest difficulty in the game to played with other people if you want to stand a chance. While the game can be enjoyed fine solo, it's at it's best in multiplayer sessions. Each player takes a different role and strategy really starts to come into play.

Overall I highly recommend Dungeon Siege III assuming you have a controller. If you have a KB&M I honestly can't recommend it as it is a pain to play that way. If, however, you have a controller and some friends to join you you are in for a treat.

8/10
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12.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 3 de julho
It is a good game. But Dungeon Siege 2 its way better. In dungeon siege 3 seems that you only can control 2 chars at the same time. That was dissapointing for me. Also you cant create custom builds as in previous games. Graphics are better and you can use an xbox controller. Gameplay is kind of fun.
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1.9 horas registradas
Publicada: 27 de junho
The camera angle. Oh gods, the camera angle. And the hamster-cage-like maps. The controlls are horrid too.

One of the many Steam Regrets.
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15.4 horas registradas
Publicada: 8 de julho
This is not what I was expecting from a Dungeon Siege game. Not getting what I was expecting is often a good thing, but this time it left me wishing the game had more personality. I found the mechanics to be mostly a combination of right clicking constantly and occassionally hitting a heal and kiting until I had enough health to run back and repeat the proceedure.

The most dissapointing aspect for me was the gear. Very uninspired in both name and function, wierd names even.

This game would be an okay time killer if it weren't Dungeon Siege III. It deserved better than this.
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38.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 28 de fevereiro de 2015
É um bom RPG. Possui controles pouco convencionais, o que leva tempo para se adaptar (caso tenha paciência e realmente goste do gênero). A história é rasa e não cria muita expectativa, mas de certa forma entretém. Os personagens possuem habilidades com mecânicas variadas o que torna o gameplay divertido, que aliado ao cooperativo online acrescenta novas possibilidades ao game. A trilha sonora é quase inexpressiva e os gráficos são razoáveis, com destaque para os efeitos mágicos. Apesar de curto para um RPG (cerca de 30 horas) e jogabilidade distinta, ainda assim é um bom jogo.
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25.0 horas registradas
Publicada: 25 de julho de 2014
Um dos melhores games de RPG e ação que eu já joguei, recomendo fortemente para passar umas boas horas de jogo .... :D
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11.2 horas registradas
Publicada: 23 de janeiro de 2014
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
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28.8 horas registradas
Publicada: 30 de maio
Altamente recomendado para jogar no cooperativo.

Prós

Cooperativo local

Escolhas q influenciam na história

Inimigos bem elaborados, variados, com AI razoável

Poderes interessantes e variados para todos os personagens

A dublagem das falas eh mt bem feita, a trilha sonora também nao fica para trás




Contras

Existem bugs nao corrigidos

A movimentação da tela atrapalha a jogabilidade

Os personagens dos jogadores sao desbalanceados

O excesso de efeitos especiais e outros detalhes mal elaborados chega a incomodar

O sistema de ganho de itens eh viciado (as vezes da mt so pra um jogador e quase nada pro outro)

As conquistas são desinteressantes e so podem ser conquistadas pelo jogador principal, qd se joga cooperativo local




Apesar de tantos problemas o jogo vale a pena?

Bom, da pra ver q existiu um esforço grande em fazer um bom jogo pela empresa. De começo eh difícil acatar as falhas mas um tempo depois a diversão aparece.

Nota final: 6/10
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33.7 horas registradas
Publicada: 30 de agosto de 2013
Se você está atrás de um jogo similar a Diablo ou para jogar em coop com amigos passe longe. O coop funciona de forma péssima, pois mesmo jogando on line com amigos o jogo entende como se todos estivessem jogando em uma mesma tela, o que significa que os jogadores precisam estar sempre próximos uns aos outros para avançar, caso contrário ficam "presos a tela".
Se está afim de um jogo do genero com um combate diferenciado (Feito para ser jogado no controle e não no mouse), pode pegar sem medo. Dungeon Siege III está longe de figurar entre os melhores no genero mas é ainda assim muito bom; O combate é divertido e desafiador, tem bons gráficos e é bastante leve. O jogo possui até uma mecânica similar a vista em Mass Effect de escolhas morais e tem bastante conteúdo.

Dungeon Siege III é um bom jogo, que está longe de ser um clásico(Vale dizer que possui poucas similaridades com os outros da série, que são fantásticos), mas diverte por dar um novo ar a um genero que costuma ter jogos muito semelhantes (Ainda que excelentes como é o caso de Torchligh 2 e até Diablo III). Pessoalmente curti bastante, mas recomendo a quem quiser comprar e estiver com pé atrás jogar a demo.
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