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Dungeon Siege Videos and Trailers - PC

Dungeon Siege
Game Description:Total Annihilation creator Chris Taylor is back with his newest project entitled Dungeon Siege, an action fantasy role-playing game that combines elements of both role-playing and real-time strategy in this gigantic, continuous, fully 3D fantasy world on an adventure to discover and conquer what evil has befallen the land. Take on the evil with up to eight characters or mules to adventure with you and watching your back. Fight hordes of enemies in real-time, as you plan your next strategic move in an over-the-top battle view. Experience seamless gameplay as you journey from the highest mountain to the deepest dungeon without ever stopping to watch a loading screen.
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