DA2, Dissappointment Is Thy Name - A spoiler ahead.
Chris Sircher, Amazon
19 April 2014
Summary: When I got this game, I thought to myself "wow, improved graphics, improved combat UI, great!". It was horrible to find out that not only the story has NOTHING in common with DAO, it changed a lot of the wonderful lines and characters of Dragon Age: Origins. For example, The Qunari are now "evil" and "conspiring against us" (insert random BS here). Sten, from the first game, is in fact the name of EVERY Qunari warrior (who happens to be a bit more badass than the rest).
Summary: I am weary of game manufacturers creating a half a game that you can play through in 10-20 hours and then charging you to download the rest of the game when they finish it in the form of downloadable content, or DLC. This is a ridiculous trend that needs to stop.
I loved Dragon Age Origins...but was a little disappointed by Dragon Age 2.
24 March 2014
Summary: I was a little upset about how they had rushed the making of this game since it was so anticipated after DAO. The graphics are wonderful and the combat style was better...however I feel that the story line suffered greatly. I had played this game at a friends house previously after going through DAO and DAOA and was not impressed by it but I bought it because it was a great price at the time and I wanted to give it another chance.
Superficial and lacking. Terrible, in comparison to DA: Origins.
9 March 2014
Summary: Cartoonish looking Darkspawn, "clean" looking level environments, spazzy combat w/ weightless weapons, moving and jumping around too fast, waves of exploding enemies, all of which hearkens to hack n' slash console games, re-used levels... all in all, just a shallow, superficial game, and an embarrassment to the Dragon Age mythos.