Summary: So what to say? After playing mass effect 2 and witnessing the "streamlining" in action I feared this would happen. Streamlining just appeals to the lowest common denominator and removes choice.
Summary: I found the game quite entertaining though it is massively lacking in many of the little details that made the first dragon age exceptional. I would have thought that they would build on the success of the first game by tweaking the few minor things that needed improving though it appears that have...
Summary: I was a huge fan of DA Origins - clever, witty, with lots of plot twists. But, right from the outset, this rehashed twaddle has *ahem* pressed all the wrong buttons. Where origins was made for pc, it's fairly obvious DA 2 been made for consoles with all the dumbing-down and simplification that that...
Summary: The game had my full attention for the first play-through, though it never felt completely satisfying in the way that Origins did. I would compare this sequel to a plate full of chocolate snacks vs the original's three-course dinner -- pigging out on chocolate tastes good while you're eating it, but...
Summary: This was the first big title that i decided NOT to pre-order, however with all the fuss about some reviews being wrong & others right in saying it was poor, i decided to make my own mind up and just buy the damn thing to see.
A rushed and disappointing sequel to a brilliant game
Theo C, amazon.co.uk
27 March 2011
Summary: I had played Dragon Age Origins and i loved it so i preorder Dragon Age 2. However as soon as i started playing it i realised that this wasnt the polished and complete game that Origins was. I found myself bored with all the missions taking place in one city.
Summary: I'd like to thank EA/Bioware for not making a compelling satisfying game, it's spring and we should be outdoors, rutting like rabbits, or at least lazily nuzzling up to someone like bees to a flower.
Summary: Aside from all the other criticisms, I think that the music is particularly bad, in most other RPGs the music adds to the atmosphere, in this case the jarring discordant notes during combat are a distracting irritation.
one step forward, two steps back - deservedly poor reviews
F. M. Havicon, amazon.co.uk
25 March 2011
Summary: this game, though taking its name from Dragon Age Origins, bears almost no relation to its predecessor, and seems to be an entirely different, and inferior, game. the onlt move forward has been an incremental increase in graphic detail, terrain textures, and the inclusion of as choice of...
Summary: I retuned this game unopened after having preordered, I'm a long time pc fan who dislikes how game publishers and developers are trying to dictate what they want rather than what I want to purchase. Well I voted with my pocket.