is a direct descendant of the grandfather of all of today's Hack'n'Slay "roleplaying" games, Diablo
. In Dungeon Siege, you control one or more heroes in a gigantic 3D modeled fantasy world, slaying hundreds of monsters, casting spells and gathering experience points and valuable items.
The story is as simple as it is in the game's predecessors: you are a humble, yet unnamed farmer, whose lands are devastated by the evil Krug. Of course, you can't let this just happen to you, so you set for revenge...
Where Diablo (and Diablo II
) had hand-drawn or pre-rendered graphics, Dungeon Siege takes the 3D approach. The entire world is rendered in real time, and there is no loading between levels - since there are no levels. It's more like the Ultima 7
games, where you have one gigantic world plane to roam.
As already expected, there are literally hundreds of monsters already awaiting our farmer, and of course there are many different weapons and items for him (or his party members) to acquire. This as well is a different approach - you can have a real party, all controlled by yourself (or your multiplayer friends, for that matter).
- "末日危城" -- Chinese spelling (traditional)
- "地牢围攻" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "Di Lao Wei Gong" -- Chinese title
Part of the Following Groups
The Press Says
||Apr 25, 2003
||99 out of 100
||Apr 23, 2002
||96 out of 100
||Oct 02, 2002
||91 out of 100
||Jun 18, 2002
||90 out of 100
|PC Games (Germany)
||May 17, 2002
||88 out of 100
||83 out of 100
||4 out of 5
||May 31, 2002
||Jun 04, 2002
||7.1 out of 10
|Adrenaline Vault, The (AVault)
||Apr 19, 2002
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