Summary: Jaws of Hakkon is a region slightly smaller than the Hinterlands with a central quest lines as well as the find and fetch minutia quests. It can be done both before and after the main campaign with a few unique lines.
Summary: Keeping is short... The expansion if fun if you want more DAI, but is lacking and overpriced (I would pay $10 tops). You get one new BEAUTIFUL area with fetch quests and the main quest. Overall it just feels like another area in the main game... Nothing special. No new wildlife.
Summary: Pretty decent DLC. $15 is a bit steep, I think $10 would be more fair, but I was at a point in my playthrough where I was looking for more to do before the final mission. Overall this DLC is essentially another large area to explore like the Hinterlands, Emerald Graves, Exalted Plains, etc.
Summary: i loved these games, tho you might have trouble validating one of them, if that happen you need to do it manually by visiting the website. dragon age will eat up all of free time, and then some.
Summary: I have this on my xbox. You can definitly pass on this dlc or wait till the price comes down. It doesn't add to the story, but it's still fun. It's another area about the size of the emerald Graves.
Summary: Balked on download , a program took over and fixed some files, but then refused to continue. Now it refuses to download saying I have already used the code? Waste of money so far. Was so looking forward to it. If I can get my money back I will order the DVD version and update my review.
Not worth it at full price - Plus you have to fork over another $5 for the thematic armor schematics.
Robert W. Griswold, Amazon
16 June 2015
Summary: I bought this expansion for PS4. It seemed worth it because I wanted to make better armor and weapons and explore new content and gain access to new t4 components. Overall, the challenge level was greater than anything else in the game.
Summary: A very sad and tragic ending for what was a great comeback in the Dragon Age series. Initially, I had thought the series of titles was back on track until this was released and then now I have gone back to seeing BioWare as I did when DA2 was on the shelves.