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.
Summary: I think the game was pretty good combat was pretty quick but if you weren't careful you could miss companions my only main disappointment was the choices for responses to dialog it may just be me but to me the dialog option either made you seem like a jerk, a suck up or someone who couldn't take anything seriously but maybe that may just be me but don't let these games ruin your experience for Dragon Age I am really looking forward to Dragon Age Inquisition I think it...
Summary: This is one of those games you are either going to love or hate, depending on your expectations of the game. I had bought this game when it first came out, I want to give a little backstory here before i go further into this review I loved Origins. I also don't have a lot of time to play games so for those that can finish games in a month or two (or much sooner) congrats.
Summary: I have to say I was a little disappointed with this game. I give DA2 a 6 out of ten. The game had no real story line to it. The previous game was about taking down the Archdemon and dealing with the darkspawn horde. This game had no real objective to begin with. Other than you escape to kirkwall. Till later in the game when you finally had a antagonist. One of my biggest problems with this game was the repetitive world.
Summary: I really liked the previous Dragon Age games, but this one is just okay. I played it through with three separate characters (male warrior on normal, female rogue on hard, female mage on hard) with different personalities in order to try to see different paths and outcomes of the game. They're all the same. Regardless of what options you pick, the game adjusts to ensure the major plot points are ubiquitous. So, it's a little boring after the first run-through.
Summary: It was fun. I made sure to finish every single quest I came across. I'm a completionist and I even got a little bored after running into the same dungeon ten times. Choices were fun though. Some really hard decisions... Overall I thought it was fun. I can tell the reuse of levels can turn certain people off.