Combatti orde di pericolose creature in un mistico mondo fantasy.
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Data di rilascio: 20 giu 2011

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Dungeon Siege III è un Action RPG che fonde, senza soluzione di continuità, un gameplay frenetico ed intuitivo ad un robusto sistema RPG forte di un'ampia selezione di abilità, arricchendo il tutto con bottini in quantità e la profondità narrativa che ha reso celebri Square-Enix e Obsidian Entertainment. Il giocatore potrà avventurarsi da solo, con gli amici in locale, oppure online, per un'esperienza multiplayer completa.

Requisiti di sistema

    Minimi:
    • Sistema Operativo: Windows XP SP3, Vista SP1, Windows 7
    • Processore: Core 2 Duo 2.5 GHz o equivalente
    • RAM: 1.5 GB
    • Scheda Grafica: ATI Radeon HD 3870 o NVIDIA 9800 GT
    • DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Hard Disk: 4 GB per l'installazione completa
    • Audio: Non è necessario alcun hardware di accelerazione audio
    Consigliati
    • Sistema Operativo: Windows 7
    • Processore: Core i5 750 2.67 GHz o equivalente
    • RAM: 2 GB
    • Scheda Grafica: ATI Radeon HD 4870 o NVIDIA GTX 260
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Mico Selva
( 30.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 25 maggio
I only played this game in couch co-op, and for this purpose, I recommend it is as a fun, if not particularly deep, hack'n'slash with a pretty good story and good production values. It provided us with an enjoyable 30 hours of monster slaying and while I will probably not play this game ever again, I will remember it as a pleasing experience.

Most probably it would not be as good if I played alone, so keep that in mind.

If you can this at 50% off, and have someone to play with, I say go for it.
Zombie Reagan
( 14.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 maggio
At it's core it's a fun hack and slash. It doesn't reinvent the wheel, and it does drag on a bit, but it has enough personality and gameplay to make it work a buy on sale.
Awesomo 2000
( 21.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 18 maggio
Even though the game is very simplistic and linear, I enjoyed the story and fantasy world mixed with little bit of steampunk. The story changes just a little according to what character you play (you choices at least) and it might be a good incentive to play the game again. Very careful recommendation.
CerealKiller
( 27.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 16 maggio
Top-down action adventure. It's okay, not great.
The good stuff: No glitches, decent storyline, interesting abilities, good combo-ing
The bad stuff: Not many abilities (only 9 per character), boring enemy abilities (melee or range. No specials).
The worst things:
1. DPS doesn't mean anything in this game. Every description is too vague. "Lightning has a moderate chance to do low damage over 2 seconds": This is meaningless without number. Most abilities work this way.
2. You can't play a mage. There's no way to just use 'will' to attack, and will powers spells. If you use just abilities, you run out of mana. Then you die because you didn't build attack power, just will. Be a mage and do something every 5 seconds or so maybe.

It's fun for a single 8 hour playthrough, but I can pretty much guarantee it's not worth a second playthrough.
EvilcyborgTrex
( 62.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 15 maggio
A fun game for somebody interested in a well crafted environment with a fairly good story. Although it isnt the first of it's kind and in my opinion is not the best of the series, it is nonetheless a worthwhile game.
anton.davidenko
( 22.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 11 maggio
Непогана гра. На сьогоднішній день мабуть трохи засторіла, але всеж таки якісна і варта уваги. Особливо враховуючи вартість. Рекомендую покупати під час акцій коли ціна ще нижче =)
Joker
( 1.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 maggio
This is a really really terrible xbox port, from the 360. I had it on the xbox, and enjoyed it so I bought it on Steam. Well, the framerate is terrible, and it runs really badly. Sometimes it's steady, then just randomly drops for no reason when nothing is even happening on screen xD. You're just runnin through a trail, no enemies on screen, and boom, it drops to like 15 fps outta nowhere.
ProudNobody
( 17.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 10 maggio
Its the least dungeon siege of the series, but its still fun to play. I am almost done with the main storyline.

pros

- Fun boss battles
- enjoyable combat
- awesome graphics
- great action combat
- perfect with 360 controller

cons

- Its sublinear design is annoying. Its like its linear, but has options, and the quest flow will end up forcing you through long boring journeys to finish up meaninless quests.
- the viewpoint can be frustrating. Sometimes in caverns the view will get obstructed, which gets frustrating.
- The storyline feels pretty meaningless, as if they tried hard to write it but it just fell flat on its face. I think my eyes rolled pretty hard when they told me that the dvarves made magic fans in the caves. Yeah magic fans.
-no fast travel. This sucked pretty bad when you complete quests and have to go back to a place to finish a small quest.
- the difficulty was rather nonsensical at times. I am playing on hardcore, but only some of the bosses are difficult, some are kind of difficult, but alot of them I can literally just run around while my companion does all the work. pretty lame.

Conclusion: Its a great game to get on sale, and its pretty fun to play with a controller. Other wise, just play the other two dungeon sieges.
Rizilliant
( 3.4 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
Absolutely Awful game.. Terrible combat, crappy story, extremely linear levels, bare minimum skill ranks(might as well just have the 3 measely abilities, and rank them up)... Its just bad all around..

You spam 1 button for your attack "combo", all 3 swings/shots of it, and you have 2 stances.. 1 button for attack, another for magic.. Even the mage class is a melee character, and his magic, like the others, is 1 or 2 spell casts, then mroe melee to build up focus..

The camera is bad, and has 2 locations.. Both of which dont give you a view ahead of your character, and are more top down, but feel limiting.. I always wanted to be able to see ahead..

3 times I've installed, played, and uninstalled this game.. But its relly bad..

it has Diabloesque loot, but theres not a single explanation of what any single stat means, or what it does, or affects.. So you dont know what base stats to upgrade.. then, there seems to be augments on certain items, again, with no explanation of what they do.. I saw something called "doom", and a plethora of others when i visitted the first shop..

theres a half arsed deconstruct system, which seemingly has no use.. Youcan "enchant" items, but its merely a stat boost for one of the stats on the item.. The weapons, and armors sometimes change the appearance of your character, but they all look 100% the same in inventory, and as such, are easily lost in the mix..

If the combat is the onlyredeeming quality in this game, give it wide birth!
Torgul
( 22.8 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
Saw the mixed reviews. Thought I'd post. I had fun with this game.
Blazing Hearth
( 105.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
It's a pretty nice game- but I liked the original series better.
sacsaq
( 4.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 23 aprile
Simply could not get into this game. I loved Dungeon Siege 1, but this strayed way too far from the namesake and left me unsatisfied.
Magic_Robertson
( 50.3 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 22 aprile
Dungeon siege 3 is nothing like the first two, However with a xbox 360 controller it's quite fun,
Also the treasures of the sun DLC add's a few goodies like enchanting.

I recommend this is game if you are open to a new style of play from the first two.
Lambeth
( 30.1 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 20 aprile
The loot isn't amazing, the story isn't really all the great(obsidian entertainment have done way better) but damn I really enjoyed the core mechanics in this game. I don't typically enjoy the Diablo-like RPG but something about this game scratched an itch I didn't know I had. Building around physically dodging attacks made the game feel more like engaging than anything than anything else I've found in the genre. Just play the game with a gamepad though, it was how it was designed to be played.

I've also never played through Dungeon Siege I or II but from what I'm told, they're entirely different games. You might not like this game if you liked those. Might have been better if this game was it's own IP.
Dominodyl
( 1.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 13 aprile
I had played Dungeon Siege 1 and 2 and enjoyed them a lot but never played this one. I then decided to buy all three together on steam while they were on sale. Even knowing that this one "isn't like the other dungeon siege games", I still can't say I enjoyed it.
lowerjumper
( 17.7 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 9 aprile
For years I have heard bad reviews on this game. Finally decided to try it out and im glad that I did.
Had a decent story and fun gameplay but the camera took a bit getting used to.

If you enjoyed the other 2 Dungeon Siege games, you will enjoy this as well. Even if you havent played the former games.. its still a decent game if you catch it on sale.
Brian
( 0.2 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 8 aprile
CAmera is cancer. Played for 2 mins needed to get an eye donar afterwards.
PsychoBat
( 0.6 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 8 aprile
Horrible game. Got it for co-op. Camera work is complete ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥. Game looks like it was made 10 years ago. Dialogue is flat. I'll see if I can get a refund but I definately suggest not to buy this game.
Wedge
( 1.0 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 aprile
They butchered this game, definitely doesn’t live up to its two predecessor.
Denbur
( 1.9 ore in totale )
Pubblicata: 1 aprile
Great Game!
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8 persone su 11 (73%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Consigliato
22.8 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 maggio
Saw the mixed reviews. Thought I'd post. I had fun with this game.
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30.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 maggio
I only played this game in couch co-op, and for this purpose, I recommend it is as a fun, if not particularly deep, hack'n'slash with a pretty good story and good production values. It provided us with an enjoyable 30 hours of monster slaying and while I will probably not play this game ever again, I will remember it as a pleasing experience.

Most probably it would not be as good if I played alone, so keep that in mind.

If you can this at 50% off, and have someone to play with, I say go for it.
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9 persone su 9 (100%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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30.1 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 aprile
The loot isn't amazing, the story isn't really all the great(obsidian entertainment have done way better) but damn I really enjoyed the core mechanics in this game. I don't typically enjoy the Diablo-like RPG but something about this game scratched an itch I didn't know I had. Building around physically dodging attacks made the game feel more like engaging than anything than anything else I've found in the genre. Just play the game with a gamepad though, it was how it was designed to be played.

I've also never played through Dungeon Siege I or II but from what I'm told, they're entirely different games. You might not like this game if you liked those. Might have been better if this game was it's own IP.
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44.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 marzo
Awwwh "Dungeon Siege III"... I can't have a clear opinion about you. No, wait. I have...

First of all: Dungeon Siege I & (especially) Dungeon Siege II where one really big part of my gaming history while I was a kid, I loved them! So, I was really excited when I heard that a new "Dungeon Siege"-game will come out. But then I saw the negative reviews of how disappointed the people were... so I waited for a sale and grabbed it, with good conscience. The whole series only cost me 5 bucks - so I left out my daily dosis of coffee and pizza... nevermind.

I started the game and thought... "yeah, ok. It's.. uhm.. different?" and this throughout the game. But let's see:
...good was:

++ that it was over...
+ ...oh! and you can block and dodge now...
+ ...a nice battle sytem (it's different)
+ good graphics
+ exceptable soundtrack
...that's it...

please don't be mad, ok? But I can't find a mass of positve aspects. The problem is, that "DS I & II" are different... In a better way. "Dungeon Siege III" offers:

- flat characters (sad biographies)
- only 4 characters available
- no "own" hero
- horrible inventory
- the story is mehh.. 08/15
- "too" easy? (also on "legendary")
- poopy endboss
- dead multiplayer (with terrible camera)
- it's pretty linear (no open-world, only elements)
- bad level-design... similar to a long hallway
- NPC's are too powerful...
- ...often they aren't recognised by the enemies
- it's NO Dungeon Siege!

Yeah... as you can see, it is not my game. Even if I played over 40 hours. But trust me, one big problem is, that I loved "DS I & II" but "DS III" is in comparison with those just... poop. You were able to play with more than just 2 guys in your group; it was open-world; the classic-inventory was there; you had your "own" hero, with your individual hair, skin, face and name! And not "Lucas" some kind of a knight... like this 2011-decal.
I have nothing against a game franchise trying out different styles so long as it's good or enjoyable. I also asked other friends, who like RPG's (and didn't knew the "Dungeon Siege"-series) and they were also not impressed or interested in playin'.

Maybe my review is so bad because I was guided by the other two parts, but let me tell you, that other RPG-games are more fun. So if you still decide to buy the "Dungeon Siege"-series, play "DS III" first - it has nothing to do with the other parts and you won't be disappointed. Only in comparison with the other two parts it feels pretty bad (sadly). If you also don't care for graphics, the other two parts are a good variety.

Dungeon Siege III - you are a solid game but can't keep up with your "older siblings". But you will not be disadvantaged.
That's why I give you 5/10 but still a negative review - I am sorry.

Please tell me your feel for the game with
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Consigliato
19.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 24 marzo
fun game to play
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5 persone su 8 (63%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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105.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 27 aprile
It's a pretty nice game- but I liked the original series better.
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23.2 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 26 marzo
An unfairly maligned game.

I understand fans’ disappointment at the shortcomings of co-op mode and series diehards feeling that this strays too far from the DS core, but it’s really not that bad. Taken on its own as a third-person hack n’ slash RPG Dungeon Siege III isn’t too shabby and will leave most genre fans satisfied. Not a fantastic game, but not a terrible one.
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17.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 aprile
For years I have heard bad reviews on this game. Finally decided to try it out and im glad that I did.
Had a decent story and fun gameplay but the camera took a bit getting used to.

If you enjoyed the other 2 Dungeon Siege games, you will enjoy this as well. Even if you havent played the former games.. its still a decent game if you catch it on sale.
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5 persone su 9 (56%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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7.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 3 marzo
If you look at the other reviews, a lot of them are extreme fans of the previous 2 installments and cannot cope with the game changes in this one. Dungeon Siege 3 is actually a pretty decent game, it's kinda like RPG-lite but with a bit more background lore to it. Anyway, I'm having fun with the game and I think I could easily see it through to the end :)
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35 persone su 45 (78%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
5.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 30 dicembre 2015
Ahhhh, this game.... This game... What can I say? I don't like writing negative reviews but, well... Let's just say this game is FAR below my expectations.

Let me start by saying that I have been a DIEHARD fan of the first two Dungeon Siege games. Those two games - Dungeon Siege II in particular - were a very nice, fun, and more light-hearted action RPG break away from my long-standing Diablo II obsession at that time. The first two games were pretty much Diablo clones, at least in terms of overall gameplay - point and click mechanics and the usual hack, slash, loot - wash, rinse, repeat routine, and I was very much okay with that.

So what's up with Dungeon Siege III? It's NOTHING like the first two games. I was so excited when I first learned that a new Dungeon Siege game was in the works, but after it was released, I read not-so-good reviews of the PC version in particular and after finally getting around to acquiring it myself to try and give it a fair shake, I was left shrugging my shoulders with a head-scratching "huh???"

Obsidian has essentially "console-ized" Dungeon Siege III. Kinda felt like a slap in the face to us longtime fans of the first two games - Dungeon Siege has always been a PC game, and the console focus of this installment made it not much fun at all. It doesn't even come close to feeling like the previous games. No more point and click mechanics, the character movement is now relegated to the usual WASD suspects on the keyboard. I figured since they "console-ized" this game, I'd pull out the Xbox 360 controller and try to approach it that way, maybe I'll enjoy it more, but no dice.

I can't stand the inventory management - it really would've been nice if they could've revamped it for the PC to be more like the first two games. I'm not a fan of the overall character management/leveling system either. Again, this is NOTHING like the original Dungeon Siege games.

The Dungeon Siege games were never very strong on story, so I wasn't expecting much in that regard. However, I've had such a hard time enjoying this game to get anywhere nearly far enough into it to fairly judge where Obsidian went with it. But as far as I can tell, they at least stayed true to some of the base lore in the earlier games.

I can't recommend this game. Sad as it makes me to have to badmouth a Dungeon Siege game, I just really wish they would've stuck to the tried-and-true formula. It's a shame, and I can only hope that someday, Obsidian - or any other good RPG game developer, for that matter - makes a Dungeon Siege IV that will return to the original PC-based point and click, hack n' slash approach.
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66 persone su 98 (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
56.3 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 29 dicembre 2015
RECOMMENDED : HIGHLY NOT, you shall not pass, run you fools


Reasons :

All version about Dungeon Siege on Steam are cursed.

Dungeon Siege 1 is incomplete (no add-on Legend of Aranna), no multiplayer and cut end game scene.
Dungeon Siege 2 is incomplete (no add-on Broken Worlds), no multiplayer and cut end game scene.
Dungeon Siege 3 is pure joke and will never be Dungeon Siege.

Stay as so far as you can from Steam versions about that serie.

If you own boxed version, play it about 1 & 2. Do legal copies to keep them safe and never sold these jewels because they cost a lot to buy online.
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Sconsigliato
8.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 20 gennaio
Hey look! A couch co-op RPG! That looks like it's going to be gr-...

What do you mean only the host of the game keeps any progress made?
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6.5 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 2 febbraio
I believe this game's biggest crime was naming it Dungeon Siege III. I found the game enjoyable as an action RPG-lite style game in a vein similar to the Overlord series, Dragon Age II, and perhaps Trine. Think Gauntlet and you'll be on the right track. Its a decent bit of cartoonish fantasy fun that works better with a gamepad than the traditional keyboard and mouse setup. The game features a dialogue/choice system similar to Bioware's. It's not quite as fleshed out, but not quite as pointless either. Decisions you make are neither good nor bad, just different, and will effect how things carry forth from the point they are made. With the excellent Treasure of the Sun DLC the entire game clocked in at 20 hours for the first play through including all but a few side quests. The previously mentioned choice system and four character classes lends the game a fair bit of potential replay value
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12 persone su 17 (71%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
1.0 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 25 dicembre 2015
The only reason I have this game is because it came together in a free package deal when buying my new video card. I had happy memories of the original Dungeon Siege and Dungeon Siege II; so I was excited to play this to finish my collection as I always wanted it, but never got around to it.

15 minutes in I was feeling sick. I mean, Dungeon Siege was always a generic fantasy setting but had a charming 1980's D&D feel. This was just so bland, and I dare say the Dungeon Siege movie was more visually inspired than this game.

The graphics look good at first, but the animations of the first NPC you run into is just cartoonish puppet looking and uncanny valley at the same time.

The lipsync was terrible, the eyes of NPC's dead and souless. Combine this with lack luster voice acting...I just couldn't get invested.

First impressions are important, and it did not impress, but I continued playing further. An hour in and I still found myself exiting the game to play something else because I was bored. I couldn't be hooked!

However, the major killer of this game is the camera, damn thing is clunky when being adjusted. It also turns so fast and wildly around making you sick and is never in a tactical advantageous position.

Also seeing how Dragon Age Origins came out a couple years before Dungeon Siege III, I couldn't help but compare the two. The graphics, animation, gameplay, camera and interface was just lackluster compared to a simliar sword and sorcery fantasy RPG. It feels like a cheap product trying to lure in some of the same audience by the way they were marketing this game and hyping it.

Some might say I have nostalgia glasses, but I have nothing against a game franchise trying out different styles so long as it's good or enjoyable. I got together some distant friends who were not familiar with the Dungeon Siege series, but were familiar with other RPG's or avid players and they too were unimpressed even as casual gamers.

I later learned from a review by Ross Scott of Accursed Farms; that one of the key and unique features of Dungeon Siege, it's large party system which could include up to eight party members active at one time, was not present. Having bombastic large melee's was one of the most memorable and fun things about Dungeon Siege and it's gone. Well, that killed any chance of me picking up the game again.

I uninstalled it and I wish I could delete it from my library.

I don't even want my money back; I just don't want to remember owning or playing this.
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6 persone su 9 (67%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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10.6 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 16 gennaio
Years ago, I used to play the first Dungeon Siege game at LAN. Me and a friend played it a lot, never finished it, but had fun with it nonetheless. Then the second game was released, didn't play it and don't really remember why. Although, it got excited back when this third game was announced - "Hell yeah, another game in this great series!". Imagine the disappointment when I first played DS3 and it was NOTHING like the first two games.

Well, that was like three years ago that I last tried DS3 and it was on the Playstation 3. One strike right there. Well, I got the game in a Humble Bundle some months back and thought I'd give it another go and surprise, surprise, I actually had a lot of fun with the game.

The first two games were squad based tactical RPGs, this one you're only controlling one character and you've got one companion and it's more like a Diablo clone, more than anything else. Maybe you've grown tired of Diablo 2 or 3, Titan Quest, Path of Exile... whatever it may be, and you want another game to play for a few hours (with or without friends), give DS3 a go. One character may be completed in like 10 hours and there's four to choose from so in all reality, you could play this game for abour 40-50 hours if you choose to play with all the characters.

Anyhow, I do recommend this game but that is if you get it for a maximum of €5. So in another words, during a Steam sale or a bundle of sorts.
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6 persone su 11 (55%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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118.7 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 9 dicembre 2015
I've liked the Dungeon Siege games for some time. But I'd never seen or heard of DS III before I got the collection.
I really got into the game, it was very interesting and I was drawn into it through the character. I played the Archon.
This was a very good story, learning the background and being key to the story.

The combat was a bit tricky, as I had to get used to the controls. But it wasn't difficult to pick up after a while.
The storyline was able to keep my attention and the side quests kept me moving forward.

You have to choose from four characters, this usually is an issue for me. I like to customize my characters in games.
But for this, I didn't have a problem. I liked the idea of the Archon and it seemed to turn out as the best choice for
my playing style. (I like fire wielding... well, any elemental magic really.)

So if it looks interesting, give it a try. I'm really satisfied with the ending and really wished that there was more DLC than
the one small expention that I did get with the collection.
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8 persone su 15 (53%) hanno trovato questa recensione utile
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Sconsigliato
24.9 ore in totale
Pubblicata: 15 dicembre 2015
I had a very hard time getting into this title. The controls on PC are completely terrible. The story is forgettable. Turn back now.
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Pubblicata: 25 settembre 2014
Dungeon Siege III è un gioco strano, che parte come hns ma vira fortemente verso il classico rpg.

A un gameplay incentrato su percorsi lineari, loot a tonnellate e dozzine di nemici da fare fuori si affiancano elementi tipici del gioco di ruolo, lo zampino di Obsidian si sente decisamente. Siamo lontani dai capolavori del genere, ma la storia si segue molto volentieri, ci sono tonnellate di dialoghi (che spesso cambiano in base al personaggio scelto), varie decisioni da prendere e un lore discretamente sviluppato. Secondo me le basi per creare un gioco di ruolo a tutti gli effetti ambientato in questo universo ci sono.

Passando al gameplay, si nota fin da subito che è un gioco pensato prima di tutto per le console. Non c'è quindi da stupirsi che molte delle meccaniche siano state semplificate per venire incontro a un pubblico abbastanza casual, dimentichiamoci quindi dozzine di abilità e statistiche da studiare per creare una build perfetta. Ognuno dei quattro personaggi possiede due diverse "modalità": per esempio la archon (che è il personaggio che ho scelto) può combattere con la lancia oppure trasformarsi in un elementale di fuoco per lanciare incantesimi, oppure il classico guerriero può scegliere tra l'accoppiata scudo/spada o un grosso spadone. Le abilità attive per ogni pg sono appena nove, ognuna può essere potenziata seguendo due diversi percorsi, che comunque non si escludono a vicenda. Sono infine presenti una manciata di potenziamenti passivi, mentre le statistiche base possono essere influenzate solo con l'equipaggiamento.

Una volta scesi in battaglia con il pad tra le mani (secondo me è praticamente fondamentale) si nota ancora di più la natura consolara del gioco, che abbandona il sistema di controllo degli hns classici in favore di uno tendenzialmente action, basato sull'alternanza tra attacchi normali, speciali, parate e schivate. Non c'è alcuna barra degli oggetti e sono pure scomparse le pozioni curative, sostituite dalle abilità di rigenerazione che tutti i personaggi posseggono. Le abilità speciali non hanno cooldown e dipendono dal focus, che si acquista attaccando i nemici o ricevendo danni. Questo vuol dire che è sostanzialmente fondamentale mantenere un atteggiamento aggressivo per massimizzare i danni.

Il risultato è un sistema di gioco semplice e immediato, magari anche semplicistico, ma che comunque riesce a intrattenere durante tutta la durata dell'avventura. Questo nonostante una varietà non eccelsa dei nemici e quest che, seppur discretamente variegate dal punto di vista narrativo, si risolvono tutte allo stesso modo, cioè con le mazzate. C'è da dire che stiamo parlando prima di tutto di un hns, quindi da questo punto di vista non è diverso da altri esponenti del genere.

Da notare che durante il gioco saremo sempre accompagnati da un png, cioè da uno dei tre personaggi che non abbiamo scelto all'inizio. A parte l'equipaggiamento, non possiamo influenzarlo, ma per fortuna è guidato da un'ottima I.A., capace di tirarci fuori dai guai diverse volte. A volte il nostro compagno interviene anche nei dialoghi, seppur in maniera marginale.

Graficamente il gioco è più che buono, ma brilla soprattutto per la direzione artistica e per la varietà delle ambientazioni, davvero encomiabile. La colonna sonora fa il suo lavoro senza brillare.

Sorprendentemente il gioco non è affetto dalle tonnellate di bug a cui i ragazzi di Obsidian ci hanno abituati, l'unica cosa che mi è capitata è di vedere un personaggio muoversi scivolando invece che camminando. Un anno prima usciva Alpha Protocol, che era un disastro da quel punto di vista, quindi non posso che fare i complimenti.

Nonostante le forti semplificazioni devo dire che il gioco mi ha decisamente divertito per tutta la sua non eccessiva durata (una ventina di ore, DLC incluso), per cui mi sento di consigliarlo, soprattutto a chi cerca un'esperienza leggera e poco impegnativa.
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Pubblicata: 23 giugno 2014
il gameplay un po' ripetitivo, ma resta comunque un gioco fntastico
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Pubblicata: 8 agosto 2014
Devo dire che ho apprezzato molto questo titolo è davvero un buon GDR, è immediato e con meccaniche piuttosto semplici ma molto divertenti. La crescita del personaggio è abbastanza appagante, il comparto grafico è carino ed è leggero.
la trama è bella e ben narrata.
in co-op il titolo rende di più.

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