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: 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 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: I agree with the guy that said that you should buy pillars of eternity before you wish to try this DLC.Even though it's OK ,It feels like more of the same thing and doesn't add anything new to the table.
Summary: Now that I've played DAI three times, I have come to really appreciate the environment and the challenges, as well as learned how to save myself and my allies by crafting much better armor and weapons than you'll ever find in the regular game. So of course, I immediately downloaded Jaws of Hakkon.
Summary: Best way I can sum up Jaws of Hakkon is that it's more Dragon Age: Inquisition. And whether that is a good thing or a bad thing depends on how you felt about the base game. It's a fairly solid DLC, for what it's worth, with a good amount of content and a new location, along with new items and...
Summary: A rather brief Dragon Age experience. This free-to-play flash game can be completed in no time at all, and sadly for the story the next two chapters will (probably) never be released. It's a shame because the story offered some decent lore. The approach to the tactical combat was also nice.
Summary: Couldn't give it 5/5 since it's not a native OS X port. Other than that, on current hardware it runs so well you don't notice any kind of performance hit from it running under a custom WINE wrapper. Plus, it's the original Dragon Age!