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Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony
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Console: Sony PSP
Region: GB United Kingdom
Year: 2007
RFG ID #: E-095-S-01060-A
Part #: ULES-00569
UPC: 5026555280327
Developer: Supervillian Studios
Publisher: 2K Games
Rating:
12+ (PEGI): Violence

Genre: Action/Adventure
Sub-genre: Action RPG
Players: 1-2
Controller: System Controls
Media Format: UMD
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Review:

Tan's Review:

I've enjoyed this game enough now that I have beaten it, that immediately following the ending and credits, I began a new game using the same character under the "Elite" mode which makes all the enemies of the game 50 levels higher than they were previously. So I haven't stopped playing it yet and that doesn't happen often after I beat a game.

The fact that you can grind and that enemies respawn gives this game a deeper depth and more play value. I suppose on one hand it makes the game easy if you level up well past that of the enemies as you progress through the story. Or you can think of it as a bonus for all the time you spent grinding for new items and EXP points.

Compared to the PC versions of Dungeon Siege, this one has a more Dark Alliance/Champions of Norrath feel about it. A bit glitchy at times and not overly complicated, the game has a laid back quality that makes it an easy game to just pick up for a few minutes and do some “yoinking”. Just be patient with the load times, even the 2nd model PSP has a bit of a wait while loading levels.

Graphics and sound are surprisingly good. Even the voice acting is well done and the character animations are fluid. The levels themselves are a bit generic but they are varied and there is a keen level of attention to detail to them.

Leveling up is fun because not only is there level specific loot, but there are many choices for attributes and abilities to put your earned points into. That gives you some flexibility in customizing your character and later on you can augment that with subclasses.

There are also crossover codes used between this game and Dungeon Siege II: Broken World for the PC. These codes unlock bonus items such and armour and weapons.

If I had to wrap up an impression of this game in one sentence, it’d be: “Level grinding & looting without the burden of long story dialogs”.

Tan's score - 9.0/10 or an A-

Extra Media:

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Variations:

Console Reg. Type Title Publisher Year Genre
Sony PSP A S Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 2K Games 2007 Action/Adventure
Sony PSP Netherlands S Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 2K Games 2007 Action/Adventure
Sony PSP Germany S Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 2K Games 2007 Action/Adventure
Sony PSP K S Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 2k Games 2007 Action/Adventure
Sony PSP U S Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony 2k Games 2006 Action/Adventure
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