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.
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Release Date: Apr 5, 2002

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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...

System Requirements

    Minimum
    • OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP SP1 or newer
    • Processor: 333 MHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 128 MB of system RAM
    • Graphics: 8MB video card
    • Hard Drive: 1.5 GB available hard disk space
    • Note on Windows 7: Driver version 270.51 or greater is required for Nvidia-based graphics cards. AMD graphics card owners may need to run in Windows XP SP2 compatibility mode.
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Tricky Dick
( 19.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 20
Classic game that most likely won’t win over new players. This game is more of a party manager than anything else. You will be managing formations, spells, and potions for your entire group. The game progresses in a linear fashion revealing lore unique to the Dungeon Siege world. At the time of its release the graphics were top notch. I still enjoy some of the environments until this day. For some reason the ending cut scenes were removed and the expansion is absent. I’m sure licensing issues are why the expansion aren’t included. Multiplayer is also stripped away. There are steps to replace the content found in the Steam community. Overall I have a level of nostalgia attached to this game that still brings me back to play every so often. If you like reading fantasy lore, managing your party, and sorting through loot, this might be your game.
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Danny Devito
( 17.8 hrs on record )
Posted: May 13
Despite it being a game made in 2002, I found it fun. Like old RPG fun.
Also if you have 7 healers and one melee dude he lives forever. perfect 5/7
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Mr. 8-BIT
( 13.6 hrs on record )
Posted: May 10
Just as good as I remembered!
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ratych
( 107.1 hrs on record )
Posted: May 7
Recommend
If you know this game - you don't need any recommendation, if you see it in 1st time - better to find something more modern
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Mural
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: May 6
Kids with PCs in the 90s were really bored
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(ⓄⓍ=[II][II]=ⓍⓄ)
( 19.4 hrs on record )
Posted: May 4
An amazing adventure where you control your party, kill and loot. The best feeling is when you finally come to a town and sell all the loot you picked up. this is a must play if you like old school games. the graphics look quite impressive for it's time.
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Marth
( 0.5 hrs on record )
Posted: April 30
When you play this game, turn off the music and play some Slayer.

it's that intense.
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[DλULTIM8] Y0URL0RD
( 5.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 29
One of the greatest games of all time, runs great on Windows 8, I love it so much mate pick it up for like really cheap. Don't waste your time with dungeon siege III it's complete garbage.
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Blazing Hearth
( 13.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 27
Clicking to walk since 02.
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Mr.Nightmare241
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
dose not work on anything windos 8 and up
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ZaciFied
( 20.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 25
This game is nice but where is the Legend of Aranna
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Gilraen Nénharma
( 64.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 20
Ahhh Dungeon Siege, I believe this was the first RPG type game I played on the PC. I loved the sound track so much as a kid and it brings back so much nostaliga to have played this again. I also was able to get the Legends of Aranna part to work and was able to play that too. The ShadowJumper, so much fun to kick his *** again. An amazing game, part of my childhood, over all just so awesome to be able to see the world of Aranna again. 10/10
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Whiteswart
( 59.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 18
Dungeon Siege is an old isometric action-RPG. It was quite original for the wanna-beat-Diablo game of year 2003, but now it can attract only a small group of players with the taste for "old-school games". With the slight remark that DS is not as much old-school, being just an Arpg (with emphasis on Action and not RPG).

However, for an action-rpg it has very promising setting, with the story based on the heritage of the legion of a great empire, lost in the world of magic, and, the most noticeable - the clever system of character grading, where you "levelling" your heroes only when using specific skills. Shoot the bow - become dexterous archer, cast spells - and take a gain in "intelligence" and magic power. Or, well, just bash'em all with a stick or shovel - as you start your adventure with the "child of farmer lost his home" background.

Other than character evolution, Dungeon Siege "key features" are not likely to take your interest, as following the story turns out too thankless task. Well, unless we return to the levelling system - as there you can hire companions (up to 7) and train them to fit your tactics. So you can gather a somewhat standard band, like 2 melee, 2 archers, 2 mages, 2 healers... or to mix all the roles at your leasure. You can even hire 7 mules to carry your stuff, and fight your way all alone... if you that attracted to the DS, which I doubt.

Oh, well. Do I like Dungeon Siege? Sure, it brings some memories, and it is still not bad, if you know the drill. The interface was fine back in time, and it is still quite easy to get along. Although... the gameplay not aged that well, for my tastes. What was quite alright in time between Diablo 1 and 2, now feels... too plain. Bland even.

Can I recommend it to the people who are new to the plethora of games, made more than 10 years back? Barely. People, who started to play in time of Mass Effect rising, certainly will be having hard times motivating themselves to play Dungeon Siege I. It was good back then, but now... now it's worth buying only if you know already what you're getting yourself into.

Nostalgia project, with personal mark 7/10 - for the fun time back in the days. It was nice while it lasted.
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Huge Assassin
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: April 17
well i <3 this game but i wish they kept the multiplayer so maybe they will give it back if i say i don;t recommend
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wadrum
( 1.6 hrs on record )
Posted: April 17
The best!
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[GCA] Eistail
( 107.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 13
Old but Gold!
My childhood when I was a young boy is back.
Thanks to Steam. It has much bugs and it took
about 20 hours to finally start the game without
flickering, gathering exception data or random shutdowns.

But WORTH IT! I love this game!
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Dominodyl
( 15.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 10
Not a perfect game by any stretch and I mainly play for nostalgia so I have a good time. I honestly don't know if I'd recommend this to someone who hasn't played it before but for me it's a thumbs up.
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APoCaLyPSE NoW
( 140.8 hrs on record )
Posted: April 8
I) RECOMMENDED :

- YES if you buy it when <=75% off & are huge fan
- NO at full price



II) WARNING


- Steam version doesn't include legend of Aranna, multiplayer and editor. It's huge shame.
- compatibility issues (exceptions) with Windows version > 7
By luck, you can restore manually compatibility & multiplayer. See guide below.
- no editor to create your own content

Theorically you should'nt support Square Enix because they ruined all DS version on Steam compared to boxed version.


III) GUIDE to force compatibility & multiplayer :


__guide beginning__

1) Compatibility

-- In DS directory --
(should be something like Steam\Steamapps\common\dungeon siege 1\) :

- force DungeonSiege.exe to be launched as "Windows XP SP2 compatibility"
- run DSVideoConfig.exe, change video driver settings as "Primary Display Driver" avoiding any TnL option. Cancel shadows as well because they are often problems in-game with modern hardware.

-- In your Steam library --
right-click on game name and change settings :

- uncheck Steam overlay

2) Modern screen & multiplayer

-- In your Steam library --
right-click on game name and change settings in properties :

- game launch option, add this command below
zonematch=true width=1600 height=1200
to force game to be displayed in modern config (replace 1600x1200 by your own screen config)

zonematch=true allow only multiplayer, for solo just write zonematch=false
Public servers are gone, you can only play multiplayer in local.

For multiplayer, you must use Tunngle account to force computer to find your friends like they were playing on local with you, because all online multiplayer servers are gone.

__ guide ending__


IV) GUIDE to install Legend of Aranna


Even if you can find such guide on Steam, i don't support it for many reasons :
- it's 100% illegal to install software without license. Those who pretend some Steam version can be downloaded with Legend of Aranna included are pure liars. It's illegal content to update Steam version with cracked no-cd version. Square Enix don't own rights about DS1 & DS2 add-ons.
- you must replace your exe files to anothers at your own risk
- some guide's owners add you as friend, help you to solve all problems about DSLOA install but when it's end, come to beg you for free gift game. NEVER TRUST ANY GIFT. Unfriend these swindlers immediatly because real friend never ask to you something just to help you.


V) EVALUATION :

Even if this Steam version doesn't include Legend of Aranna, i must admit i take pleasure to play it because i'am real fan of this serie (i talk about DS1 & DS2, DS3 is only pure joke and won't be DS game).

[Good]
- easy real-time Hack'n'Slash without need of gear optimization to play it
- 4 classes to play : Warrior (melee+shield), Archer (ranged), Mage (natural or war)
- autoleveling stats depending on which weapons you use, on each up you gain major xp on your main stat depending on weapon your use and full regen HP/mana, on each fight round you receive short xp to increase stas & skills.
- progressive difficulty
- some hidden areas to discover

[Bad]
- no tp to city/merchants to sell junk, you must use spell to convert junk or play game as rogue-like getting only essential
- no shared stash to share your items between characters (multiplayer)
- no mobs respawm in solo game (you must play with limited XP & loots)
- no world quest saved in multiplayer (when you quit game, you loose all current quest activated, but it seem possible to do quests each time you log in)
- mage classes are pain to play due to lack of active spell slots
- only normal difficulty mode
- missing content & broken end-game.


Buy it only when discounted price like -75% off or less.


To be continued (i'am currently testing Steam version fully, i'll update later my evaluation)...
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Thundersmite
( 41.7 hrs on record )
Posted: April 6
I played the original RPGs a long time ago on my Commodore 64. Bard's Tale, Wizardry, Ultima, Might and Magic... the games that started it all. Then a great many years passed before I revisited the RPG, in fact, it wasn't until MMORPGs came about that I fell in love the with genre all over again.

Playing through Dungeon Siege I felt like the dots had been connected between the old school RPG and the modern MMO. I bought 1, 2, and 3 in a combo pack, but I only played through the first. I played through it entirely, and enjoyed the trip down memory lane. I'm going to recommend it, it's a good a game and deserves a thumbs up, but you'll likely only enjoy it for the nostalgia if you're old like me, or as a history lesson if you're a youngster. It's probably the oldest RPG I can imagine any one enjoying playing through start to finish.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 30 days
3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
19.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 20
Classic game that most likely won’t win over new players. This game is more of a party manager than anything else. You will be managing formations, spells, and potions for your entire group. The game progresses in a linear fashion revealing lore unique to the Dungeon Siege world. At the time of its release the graphics were top notch. I still enjoy some of the environments until this day. For some reason the ending cut scenes were removed and the expansion is absent. I’m sure licensing issues are why the expansion aren’t included. Multiplayer is also stripped away. There are steps to replace the content found in the Steam community. Overall I have a level of nostalgia attached to this game that still brings me back to play every so often. If you like reading fantasy lore, managing your party, and sorting through loot, this might be your game.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
17.8 hrs on record
Posted: May 13
Despite it being a game made in 2002, I found it fun. Like old RPG fun.
Also if you have 7 healers and one melee dude he lives forever. perfect 5/7
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: April 30
When you play this game, turn off the music and play some Slayer.

it's that intense.
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
107.1 hrs on record
Posted: May 7
Recommend
If you know this game - you don't need any recommendation, if you see it in 1st time - better to find something more modern
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4 of 7 people (57%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.6 hrs on record
Posted: May 10
Just as good as I remembered!
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 27
Clicking to walk since 02.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
5.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 29
One of the greatest games of all time, runs great on Windows 8, I love it so much mate pick it up for like really cheap. Don't waste your time with dungeon siege III it's complete garbage.
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Most Helpful Reviews  In the past 90 days
23 of 29 people (79%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
59.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 18
Dungeon Siege is an old isometric action-RPG. It was quite original for the wanna-beat-Diablo game of year 2003, but now it can attract only a small group of players with the taste for "old-school games". With the slight remark that DS is not as much old-school, being just an Arpg (with emphasis on Action and not RPG).

However, for an action-rpg it has very promising setting, with the story based on the heritage of the legion of a great empire, lost in the world of magic, and, the most noticeable - the clever system of character grading, where you "levelling" your heroes only when using specific skills. Shoot the bow - become dexterous archer, cast spells - and take a gain in "intelligence" and magic power. Or, well, just bash'em all with a stick or shovel - as you start your adventure with the "child of farmer lost his home" background.

Other than character evolution, Dungeon Siege "key features" are not likely to take your interest, as following the story turns out too thankless task. Well, unless we return to the levelling system - as there you can hire companions (up to 7) and train them to fit your tactics. So you can gather a somewhat standard band, like 2 melee, 2 archers, 2 mages, 2 healers... or to mix all the roles at your leasure. You can even hire 7 mules to carry your stuff, and fight your way all alone... if you that attracted to the DS, which I doubt.

Oh, well. Do I like Dungeon Siege? Sure, it brings some memories, and it is still not bad, if you know the drill. The interface was fine back in time, and it is still quite easy to get along. Although... the gameplay not aged that well, for my tastes. What was quite alright in time between Diablo 1 and 2, now feels... too plain. Bland even.

Can I recommend it to the people who are new to the plethora of games, made more than 10 years back? Barely. People, who started to play in time of Mass Effect rising, certainly will be having hard times motivating themselves to play Dungeon Siege I. It was good back then, but now... now it's worth buying only if you know already what you're getting yourself into.

Nostalgia project, with personal mark 7/10 - for the fun time back in the days. It was nice while it lasted.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
20.4 hrs on record
Posted: March 6
The level up system is like runescape where you use that type of attack and level up the associated attributes with use. Game was amazing as a kid and the combat was a mix of diablo and dragon age. The game is very dated to be warned and the Jason Stathom movie adaptation is so cheesy you could make a pizza and still have enough for some Mac N Cheese. Whatever you do dont get the third one though. Its the tried and true result of someone making the decision that they should take everything that defined the game, throw it out, and try to pass off a steaming pile of ♥♥♥♥ to its fanbase. Shout out to that "Red Rental Box" for saving me ample money in this current market mindset of bait and switch games.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
107.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 13
Old but Gold!
My childhood when I was a young boy is back.
Thanks to Steam. It has much bugs and it took
about 20 hours to finally start the game without
flickering, gathering exception data or random shutdowns.

But WORTH IT! I love this game!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
41.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 6
I played the original RPGs a long time ago on my Commodore 64. Bard's Tale, Wizardry, Ultima, Might and Magic... the games that started it all. Then a great many years passed before I revisited the RPG, in fact, it wasn't until MMORPGs came about that I fell in love the with genre all over again.

Playing through Dungeon Siege I felt like the dots had been connected between the old school RPG and the modern MMO. I bought 1, 2, and 3 in a combo pack, but I only played through the first. I played through it entirely, and enjoyed the trip down memory lane. I'm going to recommend it, it's a good a game and deserves a thumbs up, but you'll likely only enjoy it for the nostalgia if you're old like me, or as a history lesson if you're a youngster. It's probably the oldest RPG I can imagine any one enjoying playing through start to finish.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
140.8 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
I) RECOMMENDED :

- YES if you buy it when <=75% off & are huge fan
- NO at full price



II) WARNING


- Steam version doesn't include legend of Aranna, multiplayer and editor. It's huge shame.
- compatibility issues (exceptions) with Windows version > 7
By luck, you can restore manually compatibility & multiplayer. See guide below.
- no editor to create your own content

Theorically you should'nt support Square Enix because they ruined all DS version on Steam compared to boxed version.


III) GUIDE to force compatibility & multiplayer :


__guide beginning__

1) Compatibility

-- In DS directory --
(should be something like Steam\Steamapps\common\dungeon siege 1\) :

- force DungeonSiege.exe to be launched as "Windows XP SP2 compatibility"
- run DSVideoConfig.exe, change video driver settings as "Primary Display Driver" avoiding any TnL option. Cancel shadows as well because they are often problems in-game with modern hardware.

-- In your Steam library --
right-click on game name and change settings :

- uncheck Steam overlay

2) Modern screen & multiplayer

-- In your Steam library --
right-click on game name and change settings in properties :

- game launch option, add this command below
zonematch=true width=1600 height=1200
to force game to be displayed in modern config (replace 1600x1200 by your own screen config)

zonematch=true allow only multiplayer, for solo just write zonematch=false
Public servers are gone, you can only play multiplayer in local.

For multiplayer, you must use Tunngle account to force computer to find your friends like they were playing on local with you, because all online multiplayer servers are gone.

__ guide ending__


IV) GUIDE to install Legend of Aranna


Even if you can find such guide on Steam, i don't support it for many reasons :
- it's 100% illegal to install software without license. Those who pretend some Steam version can be downloaded with Legend of Aranna included are pure liars. It's illegal content to update Steam version with cracked no-cd version. Square Enix don't own rights about DS1 & DS2 add-ons.
- you must replace your exe files to anothers at your own risk
- some guide's owners add you as friend, help you to solve all problems about DSLOA install but when it's end, come to beg you for free gift game. NEVER TRUST ANY GIFT. Unfriend these swindlers immediatly because real friend never ask to you something just to help you.


V) EVALUATION :

Even if this Steam version doesn't include Legend of Aranna, i must admit i take pleasure to play it because i'am real fan of this serie (i talk about DS1 & DS2, DS3 is only pure joke and won't be DS game).

[Good]
- easy real-time Hack'n'Slash without need of gear optimization to play it
- 4 classes to play : Warrior (melee+shield), Archer (ranged), Mage (natural or war)
- autoleveling stats depending on which weapons you use, on each up you gain major xp on your main stat depending on weapon your use and full regen HP/mana, on each fight round you receive short xp to increase stas & skills.
- progressive difficulty
- some hidden areas to discover

[Bad]
- no tp to city/merchants to sell junk, you must use spell to convert junk or play game as rogue-like getting only essential
- no shared stash to share your items between characters (multiplayer)
- no mobs respawm in solo game (you must play with limited XP & loots)
- no world quest saved in multiplayer (when you quit game, you loose all current quest activated, but it seem possible to do quests each time you log in)
- mage classes are pain to play due to lack of active spell slots
- only normal difficulty mode
- missing content & broken end-game.


Buy it only when discounted price like -75% off or less.


To be continued (i'am currently testing Steam version fully, i'll update later my evaluation)...
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108 of 116 people (93%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.4 hrs on record
Posted: January 4
To play in 1080p and enable multiplayer, vsync

Right click on Dungeon Siege in your steam library, select properties, set launch options

width=1920 height=1080 fullscreen=true vsync=true nointro=true bltonly=true zonematch=true

*need to be on a LAN or hamachi or VLAN for network button to work

*hit ok when it says resolution not supported joining game
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14 of 15 people (93%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
12.0 hrs on record
Posted: December 23, 2015
NOTE: this game as far as I can tell is one of the most sporadic games on Steam. For some people, the game doesn't work at all. Others cant play in high resolutions, others can't get the multiplayer to work, and others can't get the expansion to work. I personally was able to get the game running (turn your shadows down btw) flawlessly, and I was able to bruteforce anti aliasing with Nvidia control panel, so the game looks great for 2002. Your mileage will more than likely vary.

Dungeon Siege is a fantasy ARPG with the blandest ♥♥♥♥ing story in gaming history. First off, this game basically plays itself. My party consists of 6 melee characters and I just send in the tank first into a fight and watch 6 characters beat the snot out of monsters while I hit a hotkey to make some people heal every now and again. It feels like an arcade game, where it's pretty god damn easy a lot of the time, but every now and again has a difficulty spike to ♥♥♥♥ you up.

Aside from the fact that I've won many fights without even pressing anything, and has almost 0 strategy, this game is fun as hell. If your fun comes from winning challenging fights through tactics and strategy, you won't like this game. If you like to just watch a bunch of guys beat the ♥♥♥♥ out of monsters for a minute, then grab loot, and repeat for an hour or so, you'll love this game. The best part about this game imo is that its a journey. You walk down a pretty linear path, with your party consisting of up to 8 people including pack mules, into different environments, killing ♥♥♥♥ in caves, and finally hitting a town after a few hours to unload all of those nifty lil items you got from the monsters you mugged. Then you do this bunch more times and you eventually win.

Hey, if you enjoyed watching your crew beat the ♥♥♥♥ out of monsters for like 10-15 (tbh i forgot how long this game is) hours, YOU CAN DO IT AGAIN. Theres a wonderful man who published a guide on how to get Legends of Aranna singleplayer expansion for the steam copy of Dungeon Siege in case yours didn't have it. This is basically more of the same, just going down a road beating the ♥♥♥♥ out of monsters with a new gang, but in different environments.

Hey, if you enjoyed the expansion pack or the main campaign, YOU CAN DO IT AGAIN. This game has a ♥♥♥♥in multiplayer mode with IP and LAN methods of connection, so you and I think 7 other people can go around a NEW world thats much more open than either of the singleplayer campaigns, and beat the ♥♥♥♥ out of monsters for a while. The multiplayer map is roughly 2x as big as the main campaign's map, and is much more open. I have beaten the multiplayer with someone and it was great. I haven't tried any, but there are mods that allow you to play the multiplayer campaign, solo, with a full squad of 8 characters.

Its a pretty mindless journey of an ARPG, but if you want to just watch 1-8 people mug monsters for loot for a while, or do it with some buds, this game is great. Just remember this game does whatever the ♥♥♥♥ it wants in terms of it functioning.
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10 of 12 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
13.5 hrs on record
Posted: January 14
It is an old but a gold game.
Pros:
- Exciting and rich story
- Lots of items
- Lots of enemies
- Nice graphics (Considering its release date)
- Cool environment design
- Long gameplay

Cons:
- Some elevators are too small to carry all of the team.
- Controlling all the team is sometimes really difficult.

Totaly worths trying.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
9.6 hrs on record
Posted: January 13
If you can get past the clunky controls, this game is an extremely fun and charming dungeon-crawl that brings back memories of the isometric game era.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.0 hrs on record
Posted: February 6
All i can say is Wow... not touched this game for like 15 years or so, i absolutley destroyed this game when it was released, so when i saw it on steam i was like well it costs next to nothing, why the hell not, lets give it another blast.

about 10 minutes in after i had got used to the low resolution i was hooked again, I have been playing Diablo 3 for the last few years and as much as Diablo 3 is an awesome game, i never reached the level of immersion i did with DS all those years ago, So here we go again, slashing my way through Ehb once again,

I would add to anyone starting out, check out the DS discussion pages here on steam, after reading through them, i have now got my DS upgraded to the Legends of Arianna expansion and also have it running in 1920 x 1080, which really does polish the game off nicely...

Anyhow, laters i got Krug to slay.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
92.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 25
A word of caution: the game crashes right after the end boss is defeated. There are several forum postings on this issue but it doesn't seem that it was ever resolved. You can watch the end on youtube but it's still a bit of a letdown.
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2 of 4 people (50%) found this review helpful
Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 7, 2015
when this game came out i loved it. kinda like diablo. it is really dated now. i only bought it to have it in my digital collection. if you still liek playing some oldies pick it up.
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285 of 296 people (96%) found this review helpful
Recommended
4.4 hrs on record
Posted: November 25, 2013
Solution for flickering in Windows 7 ( Also resolution fix ) (And also Multiplayer fix )

Hello
1- Open your Game Library
2- Right click on Dungeon Siege game and select Property and in following
screen click Define launch option button.
3- Add this to that textbox :
bltonly=true
4- Thats all Have a nice game :)

PS: If you need highter resolutions you can also add this line
width=1920 height=1080 bpp=32 nointro=true bltonly=true
Of course you can change those 1920 and 1080 values :D

PS2: If you want to use multiplayer option you also need to add
zonematch=true

As a summery you need to make Launch Option as
width=1920 height=1080 bpp=32 nointro=true bltonly=true zonematch=true

Also AFTER You done all steps please also do this :
1- Right Click on your desktop
2- Graphics Properities ( or if you didn't disable intel shortcuts Just press CTRL ALT F12 )
3- Change resolution to 800x600 ( Click yes i want this resolution )
4- In same screen select Scaling as Scale Full Screen , Save it
5- Close it
6- From Window's resolution dialog change the resolution back to your real
resolution.

Have a fun
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