Summary: i was all kinds of excited for this game. after playing for awhile, excitement is gone. first off i love the story line. i think its awsome. the grafics arent that great. ive seen better graphics on ps1 games. the controls i didnt like either. as far as gameplay, its ok. your inventory is tearably small as far as what you can carry compaired to other games. the game does not give good tutorial for game play and comtrols.
Summary: OK Good points / bad points: Good - DA:O has some great lore. Everything you click on pretty much has some kind of story attached & if you read it it really deepens the experience a lot. The elves are different from in other games - there're elements of Celtic & of Maori culture in their look, with facial tattoos that resemble a cross between trees & traditional Maori facial tatts. Their leaders appear to wear kiwi-feather cloaks too.
Summary: I was recommended to buy this because I was told "it is something like Skyrim". It is not. Bein a massive fan of Skyrim, I don't know how anyone could say that about this game. It's graphics are awful and the game plot so boring and unplayable, I sold the game on to a poor idiot.
Summary: Ok, I had never played an RPG game before until Fallout 3 - Game Of The Year Edition (PS3) . I throughly enjoyed this and also bought Fallout: New Vegas (PS3) when it was released. So that when I saw that this game was also an RPG I decided to buy it. I have only played this game a few hours and have yet to complete it, but my the first thing I realized about this game was the graphics. I found them a little old school.
Summary: My overall impression of the game is that BioWare decided they wanted to make the RPG equivalent to an MMO. My issue with this however being that if I wanted MMO like gameplay I'd play an MMO as opposed to an RPG. While similiar, RPGs do not however need the failing points of MMO gameplay. The whole of DA is like this stuffed with filler content it doesn't need.
Summary: This would be great except for one piece of faulty dlc which will not work
and you have to contact ea to get a download credit but ea in nz don't answer
there phones so it Is difficult to get this credit
Summary: This game has eaten up a lot of my time. Not as much time as the developers have spent with it, but time enough. Time: considering it, reading the previews, watching the trailers, all those little exclusives that create buzz. Time: reading the reviews here on Amazon, in the media, those ascending and descending Metacritic scores. Time: in game stores, picking up the box, reading the product description, putting the box back down again.
Summary: Whilst the game starts off fun, it quickly becomes very frustrating when trying to control several characters in a heated battle. Of course I mean this with anything above easy difficulty, but at easy the game is really quite pointless offering no challenge at all. Indeed, you can make progress through tough battles with constant reloading and second by second tactic switching, but at that pace it's about as dynamic as a game of chess.