Summary: Well disappointed. Especially since the folks on Bioware Social Network raved about it. I must of forgot I was listening to biased fans in denial about a mediocre game and now a DLC to go with it! Anyway 800 points for little over two hours play.
Summary: Let me start by saying the game started out a little rough around the edges. I played the demo a few months before I officially bought the game and was pretty excited. After deleting the demo and starting the game, I realized that I could have just kept the demo done and saved some time.
Summary: Sadly, The Dragon Age Saga, continues to be downsized into tiny little bits that truly are not worth the amount of money paid. Simply put this DLC should be $5.00, it is nowhere worth the $10.00 price. Legacy will take someone, who even looks into every corner about 1.5 hours.
Summary: The bad models and gameplay still infect what could have been a good DLC. Unless Bioware makes a real expansion that fixes some of the underlying problems of the sequel, this game will never be appreciated... rightfully so.
Summary: Well, this is a addition to a bad, lackluster game, another disappointing developer presumption that difficultly is the same as impact and complexity . Another typical Bioware way of subconsciousness marketing.
Summary: I really believed Bioware when they said they listened to fan feedback but this almost excactly like playing da2. The only positive things are that there are more cutscenes and more party banter but I would have preferred at least some dialogue with the other party members but yet again there is...
Summary: I have enjoyed almost all the games Bioware has produced in the past. Hardly anyone can deny that games like Baldurs Gate II, Dragon Age Origins and Kotor provide tons of entertainment. They received high ratings from professional reviewers and the community was pleased. What happened?