The Odd Couple: Obsidian, Square Enix and Dungeon Siege III

1UP: It's been more than a year now since Square Enix began aggressively expanding into western development with its acquisition of Eidos Interactive, but it still feels a little strange to see them publishing the latest Dungeon Siege. Perhaps stranger given where the series started.

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Xof3055d ago

Loved Dungeon Siege 1 and 2, but, honestly, I'm very wary of anything Obsidian is attached to--I've yet to play a game of theirs I'd call decent. I wonder how much input, exactly, Square Enix is having... give me Dungeon Siege III with a 360 controller, equal or greater quality to Dungeon Siege 2, and a bit of a JRPG aesthetic and I will be very happy.

'Course, I'm still a bit miffed that katanas were cut from DS2.

Letros3055d ago (Edited 3055d ago )

Neverwinter Nights 2 was a really good game. I think they can succeed, well I hope, with New Vegas, I don't think it would be hard to mess up...

Xof3055d ago

NWN2 was unplayable at launch, still buggy as hell today, and much of the story content never made it into the game. MotB was a step up, to be sure, but let's not kid ourselves: NWN was by no means, "good."