Summary: The game has made some great improvements in certain aspects in comparison to
Origins and naturally has a few low points as well. The combat is a lot more fun
and visually entertaining for each of the three classes which is a very good
thing considering how much fighting you do in the game. The companions are very
likeable with the only downside being that there is less interaction with them
as opposed to Origins.
Summary: Just for starters, I'd like to say I loved Dragonage Origins. Everything
about it was enjoyable so when starting this game I had high expectations.
I was expecting/hoping for the same game with improved graphics and a new
storyline. I will tell u now it does have better graphics but I feel it lacks
a little in other areas. The game does lack in story choices and options.
Summary: Yes it’s no DA organs, but it’s still a good RPG, the fact that you are
only limited to playing a Human is a letdown, the combat was better and now that
the price is so low, its really worth try
Summary: I have been looking forward to this game for a while and am absolutely
impressed with it. The controls are relatively the same however character
responsiveness seems to have improved. The world map is also alot better and
there is a great new feature which means you don't have to worry about how to
level up your character, the computer does it for you.
Summary: Dragon Age 2 has a lot more storyline than Dragon Age Origins with plenty
more side quests and humour. With it's gameplay closely resemballing games such as Diablo and Torchlight,
it makes for a fun challenging game for everyone
Summary: Having read up on a number of reviews before playing this game I heard it
was good but not great. I can see why people say that after completing the game as the ending is a
great battle, but doesn't feel epic enough for the game. I did however enjoy playing the whole game and never got tired or bored of
combat or story which is a testimony to Bioware. It could be better, but I had
a LOT of fun playing this game.
Summary: Thanks to the focus on the console this game feels like a dumbed down version
of the first and more like something you would expect to find on your
iPhone. It takes about 10hours to play through where you will find to gripping parts
of the story, the rest of the game involves doing side quests that really do
have nothing to do with the main game.