Summary: I just got a new iMac and was looking for a new mousepad and being a fan of Dragon Age 2 I picked this up, it's great! It's GIANT. Way Bigger than my previous mousepad which was a free one that came with the original Max Payne video game, I used that for years, but I felt like I want something bigger and better, and this is it!
Summary: We loved the original Dragon Age for the great story. DA2 is much harder to get into. I find myself not really caring about any of the storylines or characters and most of the time don't really know why I am doing each thing. That being said, it is still fun to play and the action is good.
Summary: I was very disappointed in this game. The game was to controlling unlike the other Dragon age games. You cannot just wander around you have to stay on the story line. I felt this game was boring and a ripoff.
Summary: I really can't add much to the reviews already posted. I never achieved the suspension of reality I look for in a really good RPG, whether computer or pen and paper. I've been playing computer RPG's since the time of the Apple IIe and have thoroughly enjoyed the steady progression in graphics and gameplay. I wasn't so thrilled with the usual thin or totally lacking storyline and Bioware was a breath of fresh air with their games.
Summary: Once upon uninstall of Dragon Age 2 from an XP I found hiding in a cave of Registry at hkey local machine, system, two deadly creatures using invisibility at control set 002 (of course) services,shared access,parameters,firewall policy, so I chased them through interfacesUnfirewall and security, finally cut them up in Setup. I want to purchase games (rpg and fps) which do not require online install. Thank You!
Summary: I was really looking forward to the release of Dragon Age 2 and after completing the game after 65 hours I was so disappointed. It seems like the game was rushed out the door with little concern on what they were putting out. Here are my observations of the game. The game graphics look great but the play area has been greatly reduced to take place almost entirely in the city Kirkwall. Seeing the same areas over and over again just gets tiresome.
Summary: I just finished playing DA2. It took me some 50hrs as a mage, I think I solved more than 95% of quest in the game. Taking that into account my criticism is well based. I'll keep it short: main problem of this game, as many here have already stated, is in it's name. Same story was with Fallout 3, when you had an army of children who were saying you should look at it without comparing it to F1 & F2. 99% of them never played the two previous games.
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: 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: If EA/Bioware had used the title of my review for this game, there may have been less backlash from the fans of Dragon Age:Origins. The name "Dragon Age II" sets expectations that the game will be a full blown sequel to Origins. Sadly, Dragon Age II doesn't reach that lofty goal. I have played many of Bioware's classic RPG's going back to the Baldur's Gate series all the way through Mass Effect 2. This is the first Bioware RPG where I had mixed feelings.