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SOME’N U’NIQUE: Fun & Games: Review of Dungeon Siege III



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Welcome to Week 5 of Some’n U’Nique. The last couple of weeks, we’ve been addressing some pretty serious topics; how Black History Month is more of an insult, than anything, and the problems relationships encounter when the woman makes more money than the male/husband. So this week, I wanted to lighten things up a bit, and I have just the thing—a good ole’ fashioned video game review – Dungeon Siege III.

Dungeon Siege III isn’t the latest thing to hit the market, and isn’t as popular as Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare or any of the Assassin’s Creed (that’s my shit!) installments. Dungeon Siege III is a few years old; it first hit stores in 2011, but I must admit, I’m glad I took a gamble on the recent purchase because it’s pretty easy to get hooked on. As you can see, it falls into that Middle-ages/Fantasy genre…

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