Summary: Overall it is a solid game. The story is engaging. However, I have some complaints (that have probably already been stated). This game lacks the variety expected in the games descended from the Infinity Engine.
Summary: They want you to sign up as an EA game member to play. They want way too much information that is really non of their business. I felt betrayed and really.... well mad when I had to go through all that just to play it.
Summary: I know that a lot of people were disappointed by Dragon Age II when it came out, but honestly, while their points may be valid reasons for disliking it, Bioware games are still some of the best out there. Even the less-than-impressive ones they make are still cult classics.
Summary: Not only did I enjoy fighting the bad enemies, but I love the development of the characters. Especially having a romance development with Fenris. The only thing I do not like about the game is that this game reuses maps.
I should have got this sequel a bit sooner I think, will get next one sooner now.
J. Hester "TheHomeComputerGuy®", Amazon
27 June 2013
Summary: I like most the changes from the preceeding gaming format. Seems to role along nicely. I get upset when I have to replay a challenging scuffle ... but then where would the challenge be if I was to win so easily from time to time, Ha! Very little crashing going on if any at all.
Summary: I hate this game. I hate the characters, the story, the setting and the aesthetics... but most of all I hate what EA has done to Bioware. The game is bad. Really bad. The writing is on par with what you would expect from a 12-13 year old. It's sad that they couldn't find better writers.