Summary: I liked the first Dragon Age. Sure it was never as amazing as the higher profile Mass Effect franchise (which I also enjoyed) but it was a solid enough RPG. Dragon Age 2? It still has a place in my heart, but this game reeks of a sweat-shop sequel. Clearly, some exec said "ok, how can we create a sequel on the smallest possible budget?" Do you like playing one of 5 possible dungeon layouts over and over and over again? Then you'll love DA2!
Summary: The 1st game is excellent. This sequel is bad that I will never buy EA and bioware games. Don't bother to play this game unless you get it from friend. I would rather play the 1st game ten times than play this sequel again.
Summary: If this game had been released as something other than Dragon Age, I think it would have been perceived differently. But after the epic that Origins was, this one's kinda a let down. The first one was "Save the world, be the hero"; this one is "make the best of a bad situation". In addition, they made the interface more like Mass Effect, and it just didn't work. It's not a bad game, certainly worth a playthrough, but it just doesn't measure up to its predecessor.
Summary: This computer video game is a single player role playing game. The player has to carry out a lot of difficult adventures by utilizing the choices and clues that are provided in the game. This game allows the player to select his/her desired class of characters and sex and enjoys the cinematic experience while playing this game.
Summary: Good story/feel of the game, just as good as DA:O (dragon age: origins). User interface is much different then DA:O, gives much more of a feel of a hack and slash type of game (I personally like it, some may not). I didn't do too much pause and set up attacks like I had to allllllll the time in DA:O, I don't mind doing it either way, both are fun in my opinion.
A different chapter in the the history of Fereldans
3 November 2012
Summary: Dragon Age II feels completely different from the original. The interface is much more refined, the gameplay is simplified, but for the better. In fact, I am not a fan of combat, but more of the plot and the interactions between the members of your party. With regard to the dialogues, I appreciate how the protagonist has been given a voice. Furthermore, there is more intuition and demands for understanding inferred meanings when you interact with other characters.