Summary: Bioware managed to take a great game Dragon Age Origins and make it into a good game Dragon Age 2. I found this to be a very enjoyable game and a nice way to kill 50 or 60 hours, however unlike Dragon Age Origins I find that one play through is enough. I would not consider this an all time great RPG game.
Summary: I was looking forward to getting this game as I've been a Bioware fan since ME 1. I got the game and loaded it. I have a high end computer and it exceeds all requirements for the game. The initial screen came up, I hit play and the configuation utility came on. The screen blanked out and went to my desktop. This is pretty common for the game.
Summary: Dragon Age 2 is an amazing RPG and a very addicting game. I am currently on my second play through and it keeps getting better. You understand more of the story once you see it all again, things stand out. The combat system is almost the same as Dragon Age Origins, though the class skill trees have improved and are much more fun to play with. I think the best additions would have to be the dialogue options and of course "YOU CAN HEAR YOURSELF TALK"!
Summary: I wanted to wait to finish the game completely before I gave my review. I played all if not most of the quests and all of the DLC and it took just over 65 hours. The overall opinion of the game is disappointment on so many different levels. First you are restricted to being a human, that was one thing I loved about DAO the ability to be any race. The beginning of the game was different for each one in DAO.
Summary: A fantastic game by all rights. Great story, outstanding dialogue, phenominal graphics, and it really does feel like an extension of DA:O. Look, when I first started playing Mass Effect 2, it was a little jarring that a lot of stuff was different. Before long, however, I felt like I was back in the same universe that I loved so dearly.
Summary: I was sorely disappointed by this much anticipated game. It has been severely dumbed-down. First off, dx11 was a crashing nightmare for my pc(for me, anyway and yes, i do have a pc that can handle it.) Sometimes I would get up to 3 back to back crashes, so I was forced to run in dx9. This tells me that they rushed to get it out. The dx11 is pretty much just a gimmicky selling point. The crafting, combat and upgrades for npc teammates are all 3 watered-down.
Summary: To me, this is a moderately enjoyable action/rpg with a minimum of classic rpg elements. However, even with the 1.01 patch, the game is frustratingly full of bugs, so I'd recommend waiting until more patches come out before buying the game.
Summary: It's really odd when there is a mini-map in the upper right corner of my screen showing me the layout of a cave or dungeon or landscape, and I can't enter areas that seem completely open on that map. Say, now that you mention it, that map looks very familiar! Oh yes, I've seen it twice before in the last hour. I've been here before...
Summary: Can't tell what its like on PC as it wont run on my system. I have a system that exceeds the min requirments but there are many bugs with direct x 11 and nvida video cards. I'd suggest checking the nvida website and bioware self help tech site to see that they have fixed the bugs before you buy; based on the problems I'd guess bioware rushed the testing to meet the release date.
Summary: How do you take one of the best PC games and instead of improving upon it take two GIANT steps backwards to every other average console like game. How disappointing. Dragon Age I was unique and addictive. Dragon Age II is a pale, sad relic of what could have been. It feels as if the game is playing you instead of the other way around, the story line in entirely linear and there is a total lack of what made the first one so good. Very little character development. Sigh.