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All Articles: Dungeon Siege III
Dungeon Siege III was released this Summer and, while it didn’t set the world on fire, it was an enjoyable action RPG in the vein of Secret of Mana. But in this post-Skyrim world, it might be hard to find anyone willing to give Dungeon Siege III a chance, even though publisher Square Enix and developer Obsidian have pushed out the first downloadable expansion for the game: Treasures of the Sun. (more…)
Prepare yourself to break free of the borders of Ehb this October when Square Enix and Obsidian release the first expansion for Dungeon Siege III, Treasures of the Sun. The downloadable pack will whisk players to the Aranoi Desert, where they will meet “hordes of new villains only to find a forgotten abbey hiding a long-lost secret: the greatest treasure of the Azunite faith.”
The expansion will also add a variety of tweaks and enhancements including:
- New abilities: Players will be able to attain mastery of the arcane through powerful new attack, defense and healing abilities.
- Level up to 35: Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun will further power up players by raising the game’s existing level cap from 30 to 35.
- More monsters and items: Players will encounter new monsters in the Aranoi Desert—including mummies and giant skeletons—and will find more powerful items, adding to the thousands already available in Dungeon Siege III.
- Reallocate Talent & Proficiency Points: Players can reallocate points spent in Proficiencies and Talents, enabling changes to character customization throughout the campaign.
- New Enchanting System: Transmuting items now gives players chances at gaining powerful new Vials that allow them to enhance their weapons and armor through the DLC’s new enchanting system.
Dungeon Siege III: Treasures of the Sun will be priced at $9.99 and be available to download from Steam (PC), Xbox Live (Xbox 360) and the PlayStation Network (PS3) this October.
In a lot of ways, Dungeon Siege III can be considered a “first” for the franchise. It’s the first game in the series published by Square Enix, and the first developed by Obsidian Entertainment. It’s the first Dungeon Siege game to appear on a console, and the first new game in the series in five years. With this new beginning at hand, I dove into the Dungeon Siege series myself for the first time and came away with a pretty good RPG experience. (more…)
After multiple delays, FEAR 3 will be scaring gamers on the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 this week. The game was developed by Day 1 Studios, who took over for original developer Monolith Soft. FEAR 3 will be joined in stores this week by another threequel that has switched developers: Dungeon Siege III (PC, PS3, Xbox 360). The Dungeon Siege series was originally created by Gas Powered Games but the third entry was developed by sequel specialists Obsidian Entertainment.
Sequels aren’t the only games releasing this week as EA will be bringing Shadows of the Damned to the PS3 and Xbox 360. A collaboration between Grasshoper Manufacture’s Suda 51 and Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami, the hellbound tale will be nothing if not original. But for a complete change of pace, this week also sees the release of the movie-to-game adaptation Cars 2 (DS, PC, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360).
Check out the full list of the rest of this week’s new releases after the break. (more…)
The PC gaming world last saw an entry in the Dungeon Siege series back in 2005 when Dungeon Siege II was released. Since then, the rights to the franchise have bounced from publisher to publisher, finally landing on Square Enix’s doorstep. The Japanese megapublisher enlisted Obsidian Entertainment to developer Dungeon Siege III and made their mission for the game very clear: to introduce the series to a console audience while crafting an awesome action RPG experience. (more…)
Final Fantasy XIII-2, which was first announced at Square Enix’s 1st Production Premier event back in January, will headline the publisher’s E3 slate.
The game will be playable for the first time on the E3 show floor, where it will be joined by other big titles like Hitman: Absolution, Tomb Raider and Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Suffice it to say, Square Enix has hugely embraced the Eidos Interactive properties they acquired back in 2009. Square Enix will also be showcasing Deep Silver’s Dead Island at their booth, which they will distribute in North America.
Hit the jump for a ton of information on Square Enix’s E3 lineup straight from the publisher. (more…)
With E3 beginning in just a few days it’s easy to forget that there are still plenty of new releases planned for June. Square Enix’s Dungeon Siege III is one of them. The threequel is the first game in the action RPG series to make it to consoles and the publisher wants to introduce gamers to the world of Ehb with a new demo now available for the Xbox Live Marketplace. PC and PS3 users will be able to try their hand at the game on June 7 when the demo is added to Steam and the (now restored) PlayStation Store.
Also be sure to check out the new trailer above and remember that Dungeon Siege III will be available for the PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on June 21.
The Obsidian Entertainment-developed Dungeon Siege III has been given a release date by Square Enix. The action RPG series will make its way to the PS3 and Xbox 360 for the first time (along with a version for the PC) on May 31st.
To celebrate the release of Dungeon Siege III, Square Enix has partnered with leading game retailers to offer a ton of unique bonuses for gamers who pre-order.
Hit the break for a complete rundown of all the pre-order plunder. (more…)