Summary: I don't really feel deeply connected to the characters, but this is a solid game packed with many good features that I appreciate. I feel a 2/10 or 1/5 would be way too harsh. I can see a 7/10. If the Dynasty Warriors series was anything like this, I'd be into them.
Summary: This game is enjoyable, that is providing that you do not measure it by any other game, but allow it to stand on its own. In fact I am presently playing it for the 2nd time through. And yes I have Dragon Age, all of them in fact, and Skyrim so I am not new to gaming.
Summary: Played the demo version in last year but just got the complete game recently. Just started, not finish yet, but this game feels like a combination of Ninety-Nine Nights 2 and Omega-force's "MU SOU" game series (The one that is about WAR ERA in Chinese history (Shin - San goku mu sou) and Japan...
Summary: Nice game, good graphics and easy combat system. This game does get repetitive so it's better not to play it for too long each time. Storyline is good as well and the voice acting is not bad. Music and sound are great. Level design is good but some of the stages are bland.
Summary: Maybe not worth full price (wait for a sale), but if the reviewers had taken into account this is rated T for teen and considered the target audience for the game, this would be more of a solid 7. I absolutely enjoy my adult Bioware RPG's, but sometimes I just need to indulge my inner 13-year old.
Summary: This game is basically made for the old school RPG gamer. Fair graphics, medium to low paced action, level grinding, and boss battles that are more about finding the pattern then mashing buttons. I haven't has this much fun with a game since I can't remember when.
Summary: Can't see the reasons for the hate surrounding this game... it surely isn't a masterpiece, but it's a competent hack&slash game with a decent plot and a great ending. I played it during my DA2 playthrough, and I was surprised to see that Trinity actually had far more diverse locales while Bioware's...