Dungeon Siege 3 is a tried and true game. It knows what it is and delivers, but doesn’t push outside the box very much. Upon selecting the start option, players will be greeted with the traditional tropes we all know this sub-genre for. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing though. Although it isn’t overly creative or unique, it’s solid and awards its consumers with a relatively long campaign that doesn’t have many bugs. There’s the odd issue, but nothing prevalent or game breaking. You can tell that it went through a lengthy testing process, which is nice.