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In first place I love all kind of RPG (except JRPG of course). My favorite is maybe the “classic style”, since Baldur’s Gate to Dragon Age Origins (not 2!). But sometimes I want to run frenetic Action-RPG like Titan Quest (and Grim Dawn is close!), Sacred 1 & 2 (maybe not 3...), Diablo 1 & 2 (definitely not 3!), and Dungeon Siege 1& 2 (sadly not 3!)... what is the problem with the third version of these games? One word: CONSOLIZATION Have you ever tried to define this saga before accepted the job? Here is a quick comparative: Dungeon Siege 1 & 2 1a) Custom character with a basic but complete character editor 2a) Abilities advancement as fight with Skill tree and special powers 3a) Rich, complex and deeper group management 4a) Tons of gear and sets typical of this kind of Action RPG style 5a) A Siege Editor for more fun after the exciting campaign! 6a) Deep and smart use of the mouse advantages 7, 8, 9, etc.) A lot of possible partners among more other things... Dungeon Siege 3 1b) Predefined characters also with their own names (as JRPG games) 2b) Advancement much more simplified 3b) No group, no management 4b) Normal amount of gear more close to Classic RPG 5b) No editor, no mods, no fun... 6b) Clearly designed for consoles... 7, 8, 9, etc.) Where did you get the name “Lucas” for a main character anyway? among other things... Before my first post I read some comments in line with the fact that every person who criticized Dungeon Siege 3 just only claims that it is NOT a Dungeon Siege game. By the other way, every person who liked Dungeon Siege 3 claims that they did NOT like previous Dungeon Siege games... So is really understandable why did you called Dungeon Siege “3” a game who did not pretend to be the third of that kind of games. Did Obsidian make some public apologize to this great saga fans? (Like Blizzard about Diablo 3 or Bioware about Dragon Age 2). I’m asking because I’m reluctant to follow Project Eternity when the blood of Dungeon Siege is still fresh in your hands. No, seriously, I would like to believe in your honesty.