Summary: Regarding the game everything was perfect. There were no scratches, the CD still looked brand new, etc. However what I was not informed about was the fact that the case for it was not the traditional Playstation case but rather more like a normal DVD case so as a result this game is quite a bit odd looking when pared with my other PS games. And then on top of that I was not aware that there wouldn't be a game manual for it. When I asked if I could get it I was refused.
Summary: Love the game, but disappointed the dlc was included on the disc like on dragon age origins ultimate edition. I can't access it unless I am connected to the internet. I wonder if I do it wrong each time I try to download and install.
If you Loved Dragon Age: Origins you will be slightly disappointed
Alexander G., Amazon
29 December 2014
Summary: I will not bore you with too many details about the game, but Dragon Age 2 is far different from Origins. The main character is not a Grey Warden, but the story of the Wardens continues to flow within the new storyline. Which isn't as compelling as Dagon Age: Origins. Graphics are good, but not pushing the top of the industry. The characters movements are realistic, though, and little things like hair moving when a character shifts are a nice touch.
Summary: Very good with improved fighting style. Having Isabella back in here is awesome. Using her with her dual knife fighting, this is talking really thrashing the bad guys. Good graphic, good characters interaction. Good missions. The missions on here are what you could expect to be similar to Assassin Creed style. I didn't like the cameo. Zevran looks different than on Origin, but voice is the same. Same with Alistar, he looks a bit different.
Summary: Positives: + Combat feel much more fluid and faster +A good cast characters: Anders plays an integreal part of the game, Merril is adorable but with a dark secret and a major flaw, Fenris has a lot of issues, Isabella is fun and funny, Varric is a barrel of laughs, and Aveline is a very strong character.
Summary: Dragon Age 2 is a fun RPG with moderately high replay value. Because the development period was so short, it’s not as fleshed-out as Dragon Age: Origins. I've played twice as a rogue and I’m okay with the battle system. I like that the inventory, armor, and gift-giving choices are more simple than in Origins. If you see Zevran Arainai, King Alistair, and Bann Teagan, their faces aren't as pretty as in Origins, but the characters in your party are pretty well designed.