Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony is a PSP game developed by SuperVillain Studios, released in October 2006.

Plot[edit | edit source]

The plot takes place after the final events of Dungeon Siege II and in about the same time period as Broken World.

The disastrous Second Cataclysm greatly changed the world of Aranna. Three heroes go sailing to the islands that lie in the northeast of the mainland in order to confront the new threat. Wild monsters attack the settlements of elves and humans, and a Black Druid is behind it.

During their journey, the heroes learn that the Druid was a representative of the evil wagar race, who are also guilty of local calamities. Vagars, in turn, serve a certain Madame Malit, who once was a leader of the Agallans, and now she is a fallen creature who captured the Throne of Agony. Ultimately, the heroes must find and defeat Malith, and also decide the fate of the throne of darkness.

Setting[edit | edit source]

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Travel[edit | edit source]

Combat automation[edit | edit source]

Instead of using a computer mouse, as in other games of the Dungeon Siege series, the player controls the character using an analog stick.

Leveling up, classes, and customization[edit | edit source]

Heroes go through levels, killing monsters and completing tasks. It is possible to travel on a global map.

The player can select one satellite, forming a group of a maximum of two characters. The multiplayer game mode allows you to create groups of four characters (2 of which are controlled by players).

Powers[edit | edit source]

Parties and pets[edit | edit source]

At the beginning of the game, you can choose one of 3 characters:

  •     Allister - a man, is a war mage and the general personification of the wizard class in the game. His goal is to save his beloved Cedara.
  •     Mogrim - a semi-giant military leader who went on a journey in order to protect his people from extinction.
  •     Serin - a dark elf with tracker skills. Trying to find out the origin of his tormenting visions.

The player can select one satellite, forming a group of a maximum of two characters. The multiplayer game mode allows you to create groups of four characters (2 of which are controlled by players).

Spells[edit | edit source]

Death and unconsciousness[edit | edit source]

Features[edit | edit source]

  • Each character, as the levels grow, can choose one of eight available subclasses, and near the end of the game get a legendary class.
  • You can choose a partner - a special character who will travel with the player.
  • The ability to play in multiplayer: cooperative passing or battle in the arena.
  • Many new monsters, as well as opponents familiar from previous games.
  • About 15 hours of gameplay and 2 difficulties: Mercenary and Elite.
  • Over 100 unique spells and abilities.
  • A large number of weapons, armor and other items. Unique items can be exchanged between Throne of Agony and Broken World through the Fedvirra and Klars community.

Races[edit | edit source]

Combat[edit | edit source]

Enemy leveling system[edit | edit source]

Armor[edit | edit source]

Graphics and interface[edit | edit source]

Development[edit | edit source]

The console-based Dungeon Siege series was planned by Gas Powered Games back in 2003. The project was called Dungeon Siege X and was originally planned for the Xbox. He was supposed to be released simultaneously with Dungeon Siege II. But work on the project slowed down, and ultimately it was canceled. In 2006, Gas Powered ended the contract with Microsoft Game Studios, and she transferred the rights to publish 2K Games. With their support, the project regained its life and soon SuperVillain took up the game. The game was released on the PSP a little later than the addition of Dungeon Siege II: Broken World and was called Throne of Agony.

Music[edit | edit source]

Throne of Agony featured a small handful of songs from the previous entrees in the game series (Dungeon Siege and Dungeon Siege II most notably), neither remixing nor remaking them.

Mods[edit | edit source]

Gallery[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

External links[edit | edit source]

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