Review: Dragon Age II: Mark of the Assassin (Sony PS3)
14 October 2011
Excerpt: So a warning: if you’re not a fan of Felicia Day and/or Mary Sue characters, you’re probably going to hate this DLC on principle. It’s all about Tallis, her story, and how great she is at everything.
Summary: “Legacy” comes from humble beginnings: Varric, our dwarven narrator, tells Cassandra, a Chantry seeker, that he didn’t tell her about Hawke’s excursion into the Vimmark because he “didn’t think it was important.
Excerpt: Legacy marks Bioware's first return to the Free Marches since the release of Dragon Age II almost five months ago, and thus signifies a chance to reconsider the divisive decisions that polarized the game's audience.
Excerpt: When Dragon Age II first came out back in early March, I didn’t get to play it until several weeks later (even though I preordered it and got the nifty Signature Edition). When I did finally get the chance to play it, I fell in love with it even while many other folk on the internet seemed to hate...
Excerpt: Before I get to the nitty gritty of the highly anticipated DLC for Dragon Age II Legacy , let me get to the problems surrounding this paid downloadable add-on. When it comes down to value for money, this DLC can easily be finished by most Dragon Age II veterans in just over 2-hours but to make...
Excerpt: It's worth remembering that even before BioWare's foray onto consoles it was known for its Dungeons & Dragons titles on PC. Long before Mass Effect, or even Knights of the Old Republic, the studio had the excellent Baldur's Gate series, still regarded as one of the highlights of the genre.