On a tiny farm in the Kingdom of Ebh, a mysterious attack by the peace-loving Krug draws a simple peasant into the adventure of a lifetime. Journeying across the breadth of his country, the... See full summary »

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On a tiny farm in the Kingdom of Ebh, a mysterious attack by the peace-loving Krug draws a simple peasant into the adventure of a lifetime. Journeying across the breadth of his country, the hero must come face-to-face with the Seck, and a dark secret long buried by the founders of the Kingdom. Written by Many Worlds of Neal Hallford (fansite)

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In town of Glacern, the mule seller is running a business called the Frozen Yak. This was based on a prank perpetrated by Cavedog Entertainment on April Fool's Day in 1998. Just for the day, Cavedog revamped their website and announced they were changing their name to Frozen Yak Entertainment. Prior to the foundation of Gas Powered Games, Chris Taylor, Neal Hallford, Jeremy Soule, and several other Dungeon Siege staff worked for Cavedog Entertainment. See more »

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Followed by Dungeon Siege: Legends of Aranna (2003) See more »

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Highly engaging and extremely hard.
4 July 2004 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Wow! What an amazing game. You better make sure you get off to a good start and select the right characters and weapons for your quests because if you mess it up your in for a hard time.

The gameplay is wonderful and never gets boring and the graphics are very detailed and atmospheric. The monsters and enemies can sometimes be a bit generic and it's not as gory as I would like it to be but this and the constant difficulty reduce this from a 5-star rating to 4-star.

I would recommend that you have a Pentium IV processor and a decent graphics card if you want the best performance out of this game. And decent speakers would be appropriate for when you cast those BOOMING spells.

Like most games these days this is designed for the most powerful and advanced machine. If you are fortunate enough to have one then buy this game to make the most of it. Even if you are not a big RPG fan the fun never ends. And neither does the game apparently.


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