Hello again, I write after a break – actually not a break, because this game kept me busy all this time. And I mean busy, this game kept me playing and playing at least 4 hours every day.
How come? Well, I’ve heard about Dungeon Siege before. It was about a friend asking me to try to help her to pass a quest because she heard of my gaming reputation. The game didn’t rise much interest from me at that time because I had other games in mind, I was playing World of Warcraft, Heroes 5… so there was not that much time left for that game. Two weeks ago though I bought the PSP version of the game and I was not sorry. At all.
What about it? Well, there are so many things to say and I don’t know exactly from where to begin. Let’s see… to have an idea imagine Diablo on PSP, you’ll get a pretty good picture of how this game feels and looks. And it is great. You have 3 main classes and their followers to choose, so you have several gameplay possibilities. The story is the same – not the video cut scenes though – but the items you receive and the skills you have to develop give the game a welcomed diversity.
Another fact that should be mentioned is the world who is pretty large and you have teleporters to reach various areas but you will still have enough places to discover. The world of the game is pretty vast, and the fact that you have a lot of locations to visit when you do the quests needed to advance the level of the character and to unlock different areas adds to the feeling this is a very large world. Here I should mention the fact that after discovering the most of the main continent where the journey begins you will start to wonder if you are close to the end of the game and you become a little disappointed feeling almost sorry for this you will discover the opportunity to travel by sea, increasing not only the enjoyment but also the vastness of the world.
There a lot of things to discover in this game, and although sometimes the environment seems to be a bit static – not more than Diablo game I mentioned above though – and the word that best describes this game is “variety”.
I simply love this game, 9.5 out of 10. Great experience, not to be missed.