Summary: A lackluster DLC that does nothing new and is gone in a flash. The story is average and the area you can explore is small. There is no real reason to buy this DLC unless you are absolutely determined to play more Dragon Age: Origins
Summary: This is a good example of DLC done extremely poorly, while reusing locales in this case wasn't so much of a problem it brought nothing to the experience and could easily be skipped without missing out on anything.
Summary: The Good: Finn and Ariane, the new companions who join the Warden on this adventure, are interesting and amusing. Their dialogue is the highlight of this DLC. The Meh: Combat is boring and unchallenging; the sole new creature comes from the development of DA2.
Summary: A very short basic cake walk through recycled areas and enemies. I own all the DLC and this one has to be the least value and biggest disappoint to me by far. It contains one mildly interesting, but still very easy boss fight with a new enemy.
Summary: So if you loved Dragon Age: Origins and just wished to continue the story of your favorite character, like me, undoubtedly you were excited about this expansion. Well please allow me to crush your hopes and dreams. lol I seriously think they threw this thing together in maybe 2 weeks.
Summary: Ok this expansion is pretty good but it is way to short. Its not worth the $** to buy a game thats only 6-7 hours long. Its a complete rip-off. The story and everything is fine but the length is ridiculous.