Dungeon Siege II Reviews

Three more reviews for Gas Powered Games' Dungeon Siege II have made their way to the web over the past couple of days. The first is at GameShark with an overall score of "B+":
Along with the fantastic storyline which gets more intricate and complex as the game progresses, and the hack and slash style gameplay that many action RPG gamers will recognize and feel comfortable with, Dungeon Siege 2 is definitely worth checking out for some hectic sword swinging action. If you missed the first outing in the series, don't make the same mistake twice and do yourself a favor by picking this one up.

The second is at RPGamer with an overall score of 3.0/5:
When it all comes right down to it Dungeon Siege II is very fun. It's not as challenging as some games or as extravagant as others, but it's fun. It's not as sweeping and epic as some games or as long as others, but it's fun. And playing games is all about fun.

And the third is at Web Wombat with an overall score of 90%:
And don't be misled by the title either. Though there are always dank dungeons to demolish dutifully, there's also a huge amount of topside action, which is always good to see. As a lover of all things fantasy, my thirst was well and truly quenched here, with a huge amount of different tilesets, environs, background objects and mythical castles, township and communities. Gas Powered games has created a fantasy gameworld that is tremendously varied, populated with a truly huge range of ghastly monsters to slay and plnety of towns to go shopping at for all the best in weapons, armour, magical items and spells.