Dungeon Siege 3 will be out next week, so Square-Enix has published its launch trailer coming this a press release.
Press Release :
Square Enix and Obsidian Entertainment's anticipated next chapter in the Dungeon Siege lore is set to ship this Friday, June 17th, in Europe and other PAL territories, with North America following on Tuesday, June 21st.
In DUNGEON SIEGE III, players assume the role of one of four heroes, fighting for the sake of their fallen comrades to restore the land of Ehb. Conflict is constant in this action-RPG and decisions have lasting consequences, allowing players to alter the storyline. Choose to battle along with a companion or fight for honour with up to three friends via online co-op play. DUNGEON SIEGE III allows for two players to experience the story from start to finish in local co-op mode. Thanks to the robust AI, DUNGEON SIEGE III’s co-op multiplayer mode allows players to seamlessly drop in and out of battle without interrupting the action or impacting the campaign.
Players will experience the much-awaited next chapter in the DUNGEON SIEGE lore from 17th June, 2011, on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC. For more information about DUNGEON SIEGE III, please visit the official website at: www.dungeonsiege.com
I mean, how often does it come down to managing to hit a key a milisecond or two faster, as compared to not being shit at the game? :P (36 minutes ago)
I wonder how many people are even good enough at the games they play to have that make any significant impact :P (36 minutes ago)
There are some new low-travel switches that a lot of people like for gaming too but are bad for typing. Not sure that appeals to me. (40 minutes ago)
Well i mena the clicker thing is gone completely, but the notch in the switch seems to keep some of that tactile feel still in the brown switch. Looks like a good option. (46 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: From the videos and descriptions i could find, it seems like the brown switches are a little quieter than the blu, and that's pretty much what i'm looking for. I like the clicking :) (47 minutes ago)
If you don't like the natural level of noise you could consider trying adding o-rings too.. I've never actually tried it. (51 minutes ago)
Brown seems like a good middle ground, and i found a keyboard with brown switches for a decent price as well, so i might just go for that. (52 minutes ago)