Dungeon Siege 3

  • Dungeon Siege 3
68
Based on 22 scores, 34 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    1
  • Good:
    5
  • Average:
    7
  • Bad:
    9

Pros:

  • You’ll come across some serious eye-candy in Dungeon Siege 3.
  • Worth playing the game just to see all of the game's environments.
  • Immersive Story.

Cons:

  • Camera can be annoying at times.
  • Not as lengthy as its predecessor.

Expert reviews and ratings

By ITP.net on 80

The transition from PC to console has stripped Dungeon Siege 3 of some of its past greatness. That said this is still an action RPG game worth trying at least once....

By Atomic MPC on 73

Almost a great game, but a lot of work to...

By Computeractive on 60

An enjoyable but unremarkable action role-playing game...

By PCWorld India on 76

Dungeon Siege III is a top-down action-RPG set in a fantasy world with single-player and co-op components....

By Gameplay Monthly on 50

This game is primarily developed by Obsidian, and you will know it by the rotating dialogue tree that you’ve come to expect from Mass Effect. If you have not played one and two before (which is an offer in the Steam download I purchased) then I...

By GamingShogun on

It’s been a couple years since I sat down to play a traditional role-playing game. I’ve dabbled in the Fallout series (if you can call 102 hours in Fallout 3 “dabbling”). But it’s been quite some time since I took on the adventure of an old standard...

By Techgage on

Action role-playing games are a niche sub-genre of RPGs, focusing on killin' and lootin' more than progressive story elements. Niche is probably a bit of a strong word to use, considering the choice of Diablo, Sacred, Torchlight, Titan Quest, even...

By Game Chronicles Magazine on 62

When the original Dungeon Siege released in 2002 it definitely enhanced the RPG genre far beyond what we were getting from other games of the time such as Diablo II and Icewind Dale. Since then we had an expansion to the first in 2003 and a full...

By itreviews.com on 60

While often graphically exciting in landscapes and battle scenes, Dungeon Siege III is seriously let down on the PC by clunky and frustrating keyboard controls, and is best experienced in co-op mode....

By telegraph.co.uk on

In the kingdom of Ehb, all chests are filled to bursting, everyone says the name 'Jeyne Kassynder' in a really dramatic fashion, and the 10th Legion have fallen out of favour. That's partly down to the afforementioned Kassynder and partly down to a...

By Gaming Nexus on 46

The 10th Legion returns in Obsidian Entertainment's Dungeon Siege III, although this once PC-centric action RPG series suffers a severe case of console-itis on its native platform. The effort to craft a Dungeon Siege title for two consoles and the PC...

By HardwareHeaven on 60

Dungeon Siege 3 is the latest instalment in the Dungeon Siege series and is being released by Square ENIX and Obsidian. In it we return to the Kingdom of Ehb to find the 10th Legion destroyed by Jeyne Kassynder. The last surviving Legionnaire, The...

By Neoseeker on 70

The latest entry in the Dungeon Siege franchise comes to us not from Gas Powered Games, but rather Obsidian Entertainment (Fallout: New Vegas, Alpha Protocol). Boiled down, it's a co-op dungeon crawler with a unique art style. Unfortunately my review...

By GameZone on 85

If you’re looking for an enjoyable, dungeon-crawling, hack-and-slash, action role-playing game that two people can play on the same screen, then this game is right up your alley. To be honest, it’s the most fun I’ve had with a game of its genre in...

By Strategy Informer on 60

For a series that is making its console debut, Dungeon Siege is remarkably comfortable in its new digs. Too comfortable, in fact. While this sequel offers RPG aficionados a decent slice of cave crawling action, it does feel like something special is...

By techcrunch.com on

So yeah. I realize there may be somewhat more to this game than this, but I’m not really interested in playing. What I’ve played so far makes me want to return it. It’s awkward to control, it clearly was never intended for the PC, and it doesn’t seem...

By ign.com on 65

Obsidian Entertainment's take on the Dungeon Siege franchise has some merit. The core combat system is well-designed, offering a small but useful set of abilities for each character class. The varied enemy encounters encourage the frequent use of...

By Cheat Code Central on 72

Dungeon crawlers are considered by some to be the PC exclusive that consoles only get ports of. After all, dungeon crawlers on consoles have often felt like they were still on the PC. It even seems as if all of the good ones never really consider the...

By AtomicGamer on 80

If you've been waiting for a competent developer to finally come up with an answer to Blizzard's brilliant Diablo II (which is now over eleven years old), well, you might have to wait a bit longer. But for gamers who are looking for a dungeon romp...

By GameSpot on 60

Dungeon Siege III is a fun but unambitious dungeon crawler that fails to live up to the games that came before...