GB Feature: Dungeon Siege III Content Overload

Not only have we penned a full review for Obsidian Entertainment's Dungeon Siege III, but we're also pleased to announce that we've opened up a dedicated subsite that's chock-full of content. If you'd like to get the most out of the action RPG, head on over for a fully annotated walkthrough, an equipment database, a character ability database, a character talent database, a list of all deeds, a list of all companion influence opportunities, and a whole lot more. Here's a little something from our review:
Dungeon Siege III isn't anything like either of the other two games in the series -- which makes sense since Dungeon Siege II wasn't anything like Dungeon Siege, either. The main difference here is that Dungeon Siege III was clearly designed with consoles in mind, to the point where it was barely playable using a keyboard and mouse when it first came out. Fortunately, Obsidian quickly released a patch to make the controls at least passable on the PC.

In the single player game, you control one character, and you also get a companion (one of the other three characters, once you've met them during the campaign) who is under computer control. For multiplayer, you can choose between an offline two-player mode (where the second player takes over for your companion) and an online four-player mode.