Summary: This DLC shows how DAI should look from the beggining. Perfedt balance betwen fight and STORY. And story is good, had this Dragon Age feeling. And ending is so much better than this in basic game. Some of the questions are answered and it's better ground for next game.
Summary: There are two things in Trespasser that place it above the previous two DLC. The first is meaningful (and often amusing) interactions with your party, and the second is a storyline that's not tangential and boring.
Summary: In essence, The Descent is a 5-6 hour long dungeon crawl in the Deep Roads, where the gameplay revolves around combat and small snippets of exploration. I did manage to enjoy it while it lasted, even if it didn't leave much of an impression when I finished it.
Summary: i would have given it a 10 had it not been bioware. it really is great. both gameplay and story is great. why 9? because great is normal for bioware, and the only reason it feels like a 10 is because we've been used to bioware transitioning into gameplay/loot focused mmorpgry (decent) or general...
I loved Origins so much that I also bought and played ...
Daniel Woltanski, Amazon
4 October 2015
Summary: I've been waiting since I heard about this game to play it! It was the first I'd heard of the Dragon Age franchise, and I went out and played Dragon Age: Origins to get acquainted with the lore. I loved Origins so much that I also bought and played Dragon Age II. I don't regret playing either game.
Summary: Finally, a DA:I DLC worth paying for. Trespasser brings Dragon Age back to its roots, namely a focus on the protagonist's relationship with other characters, interesting environments, and especially meaningful decision-making.
Summary: I enjoyed this dlc. Mostly because of the chance to marry Cullen, that was so sweet! It was nice to have a wedding, it was nice to see all the old companions and catch up with their news! I'm glad I also got to see Solas again as I became very fond of him from playing the main game so many times.
Summary: Trespasser was indeed a true epilogue to Inquisition. It took all the good elements from the Dragon Age games and gave us the best gameplay/experience. It contained lots of action, tons of lore, a simple and yet fun get-together with your companions and love interest. Choices also DO MATTER.
Summary: In some ways, this is a step up from Jaws of Hakkon. The linear layout allows for a story focus more like that of DLCs from earlier Dragon Age games. And the combat is better than that of JoH or the box game (not that that's necessarily saying much).
Summary: Shipped and arrived on time, the product was in excellent condition, from the case to the discs. The package it was shippied in was a bit strange as it was a soft bubble lined envelope but it everything was still in great shape! By the way, this is a fantastic game and worth every penny!!