Summary: Bioware seems to have sold out, it appears this and mass effect are going to
suffer from “make an addon call it a new game slap an ascending number on
it” Anyone wonder why mass effect 2 seemed so shallow untill about 50–100$
worth of expansions had been dumped on it- – same reason this one feels
shallow and incomplete, like buying a book where it goes chap 1 – 3 skips
the middle and hello that the end of the book , want to see what happens in the
middle bit- pay up!
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.
Summary: I just finished Dragon Age 2 today after purchasing it only earlier this
week, as I expected it to be a GREAT RPG. Sadly my expectations were diminshing
as the game progressed. Dragon Age Origins was what I would call GREAT as an RPG, just as
Neverwinter Nights was. It took me approximately 20–21 hours gameplay to
complete the story of Dragon Age 2. As it is set only in one city, Kirkwall,
I believe that limits the potential of what Dragon Age Origins was.
Summary: Excellent combat, A bit glitchy, and stif character models The story does not seem as long as dragon age 1, and the story does not feel
finished once you beat the game which is done on purpose to make you buy extra
down loadable content. Try to finish every mission before you go to the next act on this game
because you will not be able to redo the missions without restarting the whole
Summary: Average. The only word I can use to explain the long awaited sequal to a
brilliant game. Initially the game takes a hold of you and you are immersed in a
world and story line never used or seen before. Next thing you know it, the game
has finished and your left wondering if you really got what you paid for. However the biggest concern was that there seemed to be some corners cut with
development to rush the game into the marketplace.
Excerpt: I utterly enjoyed Dragon Age 2. The storyline was fantastic however, the maps were (in my opinion) reused far too often and you generally are wearing the same armors over and over again with nothing different expect the name. Though that didn't get in the way of becoming immersed into an interesting and creative storyline, with fair leveling aspects and options that actually affect the game.
Excerpt: One Warden against a mighty horde of Darkspawn, filthy creatures from underground, led by a giant corrupted god. Dragon Age: Origins certainly dropped the player right in it, with an epic quest to save the world. This time round, the story is much more grounded, with the player experiencing the lengths one child will go to in order to protect their family.