Dungeon Siege II Reviews

Yet another small batch of reviews for Gas Powered Games' Dungeon Siege sequel have reached the 'net. The first is at Digital Entertainment News with an overall score of 8.8/10:
In the end, Dungeon Siege II is an improved, more streamlined take on the land of Aranna and if you enjoyed the first title, you'll enjoy this one. While it adds nothing revolutionary to the genre, it's a strong single-player offline RPG, in a PC world where that's an increasingly difficult thing to find. If you like PC RPGs at all, Dungeon Siege II is a great addition to your library, at least until Elder Scrolls: Oblivion is released in November.

The second is at Cosmos Gaming with an overall score of 8.5/10:
Since multiplay doesn't offer different adventures, the focus is squarely on single-play. In this regard, Dungeon Siege II shines. If you're looking for a fun, fast-paced action RPG that provides hours and hours of combat and exploration, then look no further.

And the third is at Plain Games with an overall score of 4.5/5:
Players will have hours of dungeon crawling action, be that dungeon a cave, crypt, forest, or desert. Flashy graphics are fine, but in an industry where style is emphasized over substance a game that finally goes the other way is refreshing, and Dungeon Siege 2 is such a game.