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Dungeon Siege® combina los elementos absorbentes de un juego de rol con una intensidad espectacular y acción sin límites para sumergirte en un continuo mundo de fantasía en 3D donde te enfrentarás a un ejército del mal que ha sido despertado.
Fecha de lanzamiento: 5 Abr 2002
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Incluye 4 artículos: Dungeon Siege III, Dungeon Siege, Dungeon Siege II, Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun

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Dungeon Siege® combina los elementos absorbentes de un juego de rol con una intensidad espectacular y acción sin límites para sumergirte en un continuo mundo de fantasía en 3D donde te enfrentarás a un ejército del mal que ha sido despertado.
Empezarás como un humilde granjero y, a medida que viajes por el mundo y consigas nuevas habilidades, podrás reunir a un grupo de hasta ocho personajes para que te ayuden. Dungeon Siege impulsa al jugador a participar en una impresionante batalla tras otra a medida que la historia se va desarrollando y una mayor trama se va revelando.
Un mundo de aventuras donde podrás explorar extensos paisajes con una historia desarrollada a la perfección te está esperando...

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Microsoft® Windows® XP SP1 o posterior
    • Procesador: 333 MHz o más rápido
    • Memoria: 128 MB de RAM
    • Gráficos: Tarjeta gráfica con 8 MB
    • Disco Duro: 1.5 GB de espacio libre
    • Nota sobre Windows 7: Es necesario disponer de la versión 270.51 del driver si disponemos de una gráfica nVidia. Los usuarios de gráficas de AMD puede que tengan que lanzar el juego en modo compatibilidad con Windows XP SP2.
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Dungeon Siege is a pretty solid Action RPG in the vein of Diablo. Although it requires some coaxing to get functional on a modern OS it has aged remarkably well and mainly only suffers from somewhat wonky controls (which get worse when you've more party members to manage), a rather awkward camera, and some exception crashes; though in my case that last one plagued the bandit cave area so horribly that it effectively ended my campaign, so your mileage may vary.

Graphics: The graphics are still pretty passable and in some cases still quite beautiful, no complaints aside from character display UI issues in the inventory screen probably caused by playing on a higher resolution than the game was designed for. Throughout the game, a fairly dark, earthy theme is most-often employed.

Sound: The game features an excellent, genre-appropriate, soundtrack composed by Jeremy Soule (Morrowind, Oblivion, Knights of the Old Republic...) but has some weird sound effects issues wherein an item drop sound may play when no items are dropped. Some basic, often unconvincing, voice acting is employed for important characters.

Story: A pretty standard fantasy storyline that doesn't really stand out in any way, although it's not unbearable, it is very linear and can get boring pretty quickly, making it hard to play for extended periods of time. Characters are very basic, as seems very common amongst Action RPGs.

This reviewer gives Dungeon Siege: 7/10
Publicado: 27 abril 2014
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Having only played the first game, the addition of the other two titles in the Dungeon Seige complete pack was very welcome, even more so thanks to the expansions included, but the cost of the pack is justified easily by virtue of the quality game that the Original is.

Bursting with atmosphere, Dungeon Seige is a 3D take on the Diablo 2 model, though with fixed level layouts.

Dungeon Seige is a long game - you progress across the world map seamlessly and you easily notice the distances that you are chewing up, as key towns are few and far between. The experience of this game is probably more akin to the idea of a Lord of the Rings type quest than anything more computer-game/zone-based, because as I have mentioned before you really get the feeling that you are blazing your own path, one that only occasionally intersects with civilization. Echoing ice caverns full of crystal avatars fill you with apprehension as the prospect of questing for hours without seeing the light of day is very real and a gameplay element in itself, and once you escape a gruelling forest zone midway through the game you are confronted with a seemingly impassable swamp, rather than the stereotypical sunny metropolis populated with traders.

Dungeon Seige is also a difficult game - an example being the afore-mentioned swamp which pits your squad - albiet experienced and doughty - against hordes of difficult creatures marshalled by witches and targetting your most vulnerable members.

The difficulty of the game, and the sheer distances of travel involved, is counterbalanced by the joys of a steadily improving squad. You have the choice to ally yourself with various squad members - more than you can ever hold in your total squad, in a feature that reminds one of the Baldur's Gate series and adds to the sense of blazing one's own path - and you can't wait for your hitherto skinny and ragged heroes and squad members to stumble across great shields, shiny helmets or keen longswords. Improving your skills relies simply on using related items - keep using a one handed longsword and a mini experience bar built in to your 'melee item' combat slot will reflect your character's steady improvement in it's use, ditto for ranged, nature and fire spells.

In summary of this ragged and ill-formatted review (for which I beg your forgivness - I am partially distracted) I assure you that this game is a worthy investment of time and emotion - love your squad, covet your packmule, listen to every word of pre-recorded dialogue and seek out all encounters, because you are living through a bonafide high fantasy advanture, and it does, eventually, end.
Publicado: 28 marzo 2014
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A 7 de 8 personas (88%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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A great game and a wonderfull flash to the past. Nostalgia aside a very good game with awesome gameplay. With a range of different companions along with a purchable mule to slave around your gear. If you like RPG's or if you dont, do yourself a favor and go ahead and buy it.
☼Steam usually does a goood job but they have yet to impress me as they have removed multiplayer along with the DLC☼
~Multiplayer Fix - Launch Settings, type zonematch=true BAM DONE XD~
Publicado: 23 junio 2014
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This game is a really good game. I would easily recommend this game to those who haven't played it before, but you should note that this version of the game does not include its expansion, and its multiplayer was disabled. You can find a way around the multiplayer problem, but I would buy this game on Ebay or Amazon if I wanted the full experience.
Publicado: 17 junio 2014
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A 5 de 7 personas (71%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Pretty awsome game for its age
Its Diablo/Dragon Age gameplay style
Would recommend highly
Bought it with the Dugeon Siege Collection for 4.99 euro in Summer Sale

Publicado: 29 junio 2014
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A 7 de 11 personas (64%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Un juego entretenido bastante correcto a pesar del paso del tiempo. Tiene un gran variedad de escenarios y enemigos que, aunque pixelados, sorprende. Junto con una duración más que aceptable, 25 horas, hacen que sea imprescindible tener este juego en tu biblioteca. Aunque solo sea por decir que tienes un clásico.

Publicado: 13 septiembre 2013
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