Reviews and Problems with Dragon Age II: The Exiled Prince
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6 September 2012
Summary: It's a day-1-DLC that costs $7, and in order to avoid the cost, you need to pre-order 3 months in advance. Which basically means "buy this game blind, or we charge you extra." Horrible business practice, horrible. DLC content is also underwhelming.
Summary: Thanks for making us have to pay for content that should have been in the game, BioWre, you're doing your sugardaddy EA proud by screwing over everyone who just wants a companion who can use the bows you pick up. I hope sales of DA3 go down the crapper.
Summary: Thanks BioWare for making us pay for the only companion in the game who can actually use the bows you pick up. And thank you for not even taking the time to make him nearly as entertaining as Shale.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. The Only redeeming aspect of this is that you get to have a conversation with Leliana, but the fact that to do so you have to talk to Sebastian and then deal with him for the rest of the game makes it not worth doing more than once. I got it for free and I plan to disable it if I ever bother to play the game again.
Summary: Adds another recruitable companion, Sebastian Vael, to the game - one that I didn't like that much, to be honest. Maybe overly religious types are more to your liking? That said, his quest line is nicely fleshed out, and adds a lot to the DA2 campaign. Still, as with any day one DLC, it feels like it should have been part of the main game. Due to this, only 6/10. If judged for what it is, it's a 7/10.
Summary: It reminds me of the ME2Â´s Cerberus Pack (but with less content), since it added a new character and a bonus mission. It is a nice addition to the original story and Prince SebastianÂ´s tale of vengeance is interesting. Then again, this should have been originally added to the story, not sold separetely as a DLC. This is an example of what worries me about the DLC industry. Sometimes, I feel like developers are losing their common sense.
Summary: DLc without any interest, it had one new companion and some quest related to him (like the other standard companion) with no savor and very little utility, i would only recommend it if you love having a prince in your group which for me is not worth 5$ ...
Summary: This DLC pack starts off well enough. A prince hires you to get rid of a mercenary group that killed his family. Alright then. Come act 2, we find out that it was another noble family that hired the mercenaries. The plot thickens! And then you go to their estate and... oh golly it's an underground evil temple filled with undead. Yeah, go to hell with that crap. That has to be the most lazy way out for a writer. Shame on you, Bioware. It only gets worse after that.
Summary: IF you like DA 2 than you will definitely like this extra character and bonus missions. The voice acting for Sebastian is good and he is more interesting than some of the other companions. The bonus missions were fun, but there was nothing special about them. I had this expansion for my first play through and I found it was well integrated. The only downside for me was the price of $6.99. It just didn't seem like enough content for that price.