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Dungeon Siege 3 preview: Hack, slash, and roll (Joystiq)

Joystiq: Chris Taylor's Dungeon Siege was a hit back in 2002 -- it offered a stylized take on the PC fantasy RPG experience, combining Diablo's tons-o-loot mechanics (the game even had a pack mule character that provided more inventory to your party) with an interesting experience system that leveled up skills only when used. After a sequel in 2005 (and a shameful set of Uwe Boll movies), the property has now found a home at Obsidian Entertainment, and the company is hard at work on Dungeon Siege 3, due out this May.

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