Dungeon Siege III is best described as "solid but unspectacular"... and those are the exact words that Dave used to sum it up in our full review. It's an addictive loot grinder with great co-op functionality, but the moment-to-moment gameplay is incredibly repetitive and highly derivative. Still, GamersGate's download price is very cheap and will save you even compared to ShopTo's low offer.
Dungeon Siege III has its ups and downs, but it can be pretty good fun in small doses. Getting a couple of friends to join you for some co-op action is the best bet with this one as you stumble through the plethora of content it contains. Unfortunately, the game's not particularly original or exciting. Tesco Entertainment are parting with PC copies of the game for £7.50, which should make you a saving of over £2 on the next best offers out there.
Erm, so this is happening.
Which means that the stock is probably limited, and only available in certain stores. But hey, it might be worth trying your luck - you might just net an absolute bargain (I've got to drive 15 miles for the record).
Dungeon Siege III throws you into a fantasy world, where you'll have to fend off your enemies with swords and magic, although to be honest the combat's not the greatest in the world. There are several little extras included with the limited edition such as The Talisman of the Grand Mage, The Sacred Heart of the Legion, The Bite of the Arakun, and The Burning Band of Scorch. The Game Group are parting with PC copies of the game for £8.98, which'll save you almost £4 on the next best offers coming in from The Hut and Zavvi.
Dungeon Siege III's got a fair amount of content for you to make your way through, either by yourself, or in the enjoyable four player co-op. The combat's not that satisfying, but the tactical levelling's not bad, so it's pretty much a case of swings and roundabouts with this one. The limited edition comes with the Bite of the Arakun, the Talisman of the Grand Mage, the Burning Band of Scorch, and the Sacred Heart of the Legion. You can grab an Xbox 360, or PS3, copy of the game from Tesco Entertainment for £14.70, which is over £3 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Amazon on both versions.
Dungeon Siege III's exactly what you'd expect from an action game set in a fantasy world; there are plenty of intriguing characters, lots of bloody battles, and a dash of magic's been thrown into the mix too. The limited edition comes with a number of bonus items including the Talisman of the Grand Mage, the Burning Band of Scorch, the Sacred Heart of the Legion, and the Bite of the Arakun. You're looking at spending £18.70 if you head on over to Tesco Entertainment, which is a saving of over £5 on the next best offer coming in from ShopTo.
As I've said before Dungeon Siege III drops you into a fantasy world populated with all the characters you'd expect from such a place and you can choose to valiantly battle it out alone or team up with a couple of friends in co-op multiplayer. The limited edition version of the game comes with a selection of goodies, including the Burning Band of Scorch, Bite of the Arakun, Talisman of the Grand Mage, and the Sacred Heart of the Legion. All this can be yours for £9.98 if you head over to Game, which'll save you almost £5 on the next best offer coming in from Zavvi. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD.
Dungeon Siege III lets you quench any fantasy cravings you've been having, as you stumble into a world populated with noble warriors, supernatural being, and one or two nasty critters that'll try to take you down. The four player co-op is great fun when you want to sink your teeth into a title with a couple of friends, unfortunately though the game lacks a spark of excitement which is a real shame. Game are parting with Xbox 360 and PS3 copies of the game for £11.98, which is almost £6 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Zavvi for both versions. Thanks to zapsaysno & shimagoza & HUKD.
We have absolutely no idea why this action-RPG has taken up the Dungeon Siege name. It's a fairly competent grind with loads of satisfying loot, but it's also hyper-simplified and utterly patronising for roleplaying fans. Console owners will get the most out of the game since it's optimised for gamepad controls and contains plenty of shallow visual flair, meaning that this breakthrough deal might well be worth a look (just try to ignore the very valid criticisms from the PC crowd). The Special Edition contains a few DLC items from the off, so if you want even more loot, it's definitely the way forward.