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August 29th, 2013, 04:09
Steam announces that you can now purchase Dungeon Siege 3 for 75% off on Steam.

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August 29th, 2013, 04:11
I really need to check the price watch thread as someone always beats me to it. Thanks Lurking Grue. I'm kidding good job on finding it first.

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Or you could buy the whole pack for 5 bucks:
http://store.steampowered.com/sub/12086/
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Originally Posted by axellslade View Post
Or you could buy the whole pack for 5 bucks:
http://store.steampowered.com/sub/12086/
Thanks for the link.

I love how they always update or change the sale. It always confusing. It's even better now especially for those that have never played any of the Dungeon Siege games.

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I loved DS1. I liked DS2. I uninstalled the demo for DS3 before I finished it.

It's tempting to jump on this just to have easier access to the first 2, and I guess I could try 3 again.
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August 29th, 2013, 06:04
Don't bother. DS 1 & 2 don't come with any of their expansions in this supposed "deal".
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August 29th, 2013, 06:14
Five bucks, and I've never played any of them. Yeah, I took the plunge.


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August 29th, 2013, 06:25
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Don't bother. DS 1 & 2 don't come with any of their expansions in this supposed "deal".
Steam doesn't sell the expansions for the first two games, or they would be included.

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Would the expansions work for the Steam versions of One and Two? Cuz I'm a sucker for anything that makes a game bigger and better.



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Would the expansions work for the Steam versions of One and Two? Cuz I'm a sucker for anything that makes a game bigger and better.
I don't know sorry. Sometimes you can with other games, but it would be better to ask on the Steam forums.

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I never saw the appeal of this series. I tried the first and third games and was bored to tears by both.
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August 29th, 2013, 09:01
I think I lasted about 15-30 minutes when I tried the first. Didn't bother with the rest.
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I never saw the appeal of this series. I tried the first and third games and was bored to tears by both.
I hear you on that, didn't like either DS1 or DS3 but it was all worth it for DS2 which I really enjoyed, still play it on and off.
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I loved DS1. I liked DS2. I uninstalled the demo for DS3 before I finished it.

It's tempting to jump on this just to have easier access to the first 2, and I guess I could try 3 again.
I loved Dungeon Siege 1 and 2. They were masterpieces! Especially the little animals you could feed. DS3 i found a Pale Shadow of the former Dungeon Siege glory, uninstalled it after first two levels.
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August 29th, 2013, 09:22
I got the pack mostly to finally try Ultima V Lazarus, and the Ultima 6 project . But I have also heard a couple of times now that DS II was actually pretty decent, so I'll give that one a try as well. I doubt I will spend time with the DS I original campaign - everything I heard about it tells me it won't be my kind of game.
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DS 2 is easily the best in the series. It's a great price for the pack, but, the lack of the expansions does mean you're going to be missing some content.
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DS 2 is easily the best in the series. It's a great price for the pack, but, the lack of the expansions does mean you're going to be missing some content.
With a backlog like mine, less content is good news
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I never saw the appeal of this series.
The main thing was probably the ability to travel the whole world seamlessly otherwise it's a mostly bland aRPG.
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Originally Posted by Carnifex View Post
Would the expansions work for the Steam versions of One and Two? Cuz I'm a sucker for anything that makes a game bigger and better.
Maybe, found a guy saying it does, and another saying it's part of the package despite seemingly not being listed.

Ram [has Dungeon Siege] Oct 11, 2012 @ 7:43pm
for me it works when i install my retail legends of arrana on my computer and puting the resource/campaign files that are there into the one from dungeon siege steam one, when i start it with steam it has legends of arrana menu and i can play the usualy ds campaign and legends of arrana, you might try that out.


Calabacin [has Dungeon Siege] Nov 14, 2012 @ 4:23am
Actually, Dungeon Siege I has the expansion "Legends of Aranna" included. Don't know about Dungeon Siege II

http://steamcommunity.com/app/39190/…1586735352371/
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I hear you on that, didn't like either DS1 or DS3 but it was all worth it for DS2 which I really enjoyed, still play it on and off.
Absolutely agree - just be sure to avoid the 'Broken World' expansion, which is awful.

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