Summary: I really wanted to like this game. I am a huge fan of Dragon Age: Origins and was super excited to try this game out. It let me down. Too hack and slash, not enough strategy, even on the higher difficulty levels. At least Dragon Age: Inquisition is cheap now :)
Summary: The reviews I saw were mixed, and I was a little apprehensive. While the game controls aren't perfect, they're very good. The graphics are a little stylized, but nicely done and the game play is excellent.
Summary: This is NOT the same kind of game as Dragon Age: Origins. Origins was a sprawling epic with a classic arc and a clear and defined "Hero" role with pretty easy-to-suss-out moral paths. Dragon Age 2 is less of the epic and more a study in the ripple effects of your character.
Summary: The main reason I give the download version 3 stars is that I cannot get the cheat codes to work--I tried re-installing the game, re-starting gameplay...all that jazz. So if you're interested in playing this game with cheats at all, I would recommend getting a hard copy.
Summary: Overall: The next installment of the ground breaking Dragon Age RPG delivers increased special effects at the cost of talented writing, storytelling, and role-playing. Gripping adult moral themes that were introduced and explored in Origins are largely abandoned-- save for excuses to start fights...
Summary: So, with the new release of dragon age I wanted to play through the whole series. The first dragon age was great even if it has some camera angle issues and such. I rate it about 4 stars it is not one of my all time favorites, but I definitely enjoyed it.
Summary: Even after playing 80 hours of Inquisition and giving up, this is probably my favorite game in the DA series. It's tight and compact and the soundtrack is AMAZING. I've clocked almost as many hours in this game as I did in Origins and Awakenings put together, which by definition means I've replayed...