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18. Re: Steam Top 10 Jun 20, 2011, 09:10 MoreLuckThanSkill
Dungeon Siege 1 and 2, for all of their MANY flaws, at least had you controlling four to eight PCs most of the time. The worlds were far more open than Dungeon Siege 3, and there was no failed attempt to make a true rpg out of either game, as unfortunately Dungeon Siege 3 has. I could maybe tolerate DS3 if it had been called something else, but even then it's unfortunately just boring.

The control scheme is an insult to mankind, as well. At LEAST allow people to rebind keys, ugh.(Demo version, if the retail allows rebinding, that's a small plus)

To be fair, I've only played the demo, which was basically a very narrow path, with three enemy types, and a lot of loot that had almost no functional difference, piece to piece.

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