Summary: The original Dragon Age was a true masterpiece that marked gaming history forever. It was an epic cRPG that not only absorbed you into a world of scheming nobles, romantic witches and invading darkspawn but it was also an exercise in morality choices and balancing the clashing personalities of your companions.
Summary: This game is a fair PS 2 title, for the year 2003. It has loads and loads of cut scenes for those who like that sort of thing, and the combat system is pretty enjoyable if you like enemies teleporting onto you and exploding in a mist of vicera as you kill them. It also has plenty of mindless 'fetch' quests as you run around the approximately 300 square meters of reused maps available. Did I mention lots of cut scenes.
Pros: Removing it from the hard drive. Cut scenes if you like cut scenes.
Cons: Everything pretty much, if you like RPG games.
Summary: I feel I must respectfully disagree with the review given by limimi. While not a bad game, Dragon age 2 is by far the weakest offering from developer Bioware in the last decade. It fails to measure up in both scope and substance to its predecessor Dragon Age: Origins. One of my biggest gripes with this game is with its limited scope. Being stuck in Kirkwall for the majority of the game means you are going to be looking at the same scenery for much of it.
Pros: Combat is more responsive, Graphics are very polished
Cons: Blatantly obvious recycling of scenery, Story is underwhelming, NPC development is disappointing, Gameplay composed of repetative fetch quests
Summary: The first one was ok, kind of felt like they tried to combine Neverwinter Nights with KotOR. It was a little generic but considering the lack of single player RPGs these days I'll take what I can get.