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The Story is important in Dungeon Siege III

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The Story is important in Dungeon Siege III

Interview - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Tue 27 July 2010, 16:19:35

Tags: Dungeon Siege III; Obsidian Entertainment

This piece of information has been unearthed by IGN while interviewing Obsidian Entertainment's Rich Taylor.

IGN: Obsidian's always been known for doing a great job of embedding interesting stories into its game worlds, so can you talk about the story surrounding Dungeon Siege III and how much of an integral part of the experience it is?

Rich Taylor:
We can't go into story details at this time. We can say that story is every bit as important in Dungeon Siege III as other titles we have developed at Obsidian such as Neverwinter Nights 2 and Knights of the Old Republic 2. The player will be an integral part of the story that unfolds as they progress through the adventure. There will be decisions the player has to make. These choices can impact how your party feels about you or affect the way other characters in the game respond to you. There are times when the player has to make a decision that will make one group or another unhappy, and this will have a long term effect on aspects of the story.

One of the refinements we are making to this system for Dungeon Siege III is that we are having each of these decisions have a short term, mid-term and long term affect on the game. So, you'll see the effects of your decisions constantly as you play through to the end.

But will the game have romances? Dragon Age with its elven buttsecks raised the bar significantly in that regard.

 

Spotted at: RPGWatch

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