Summary: Don't bother getting the signature edition. All of the codes for the additional stuff have been used. You're basically paying $15 extra for a different cover art. I thought I would be buying a new game, not a used game.
Summary: The game has a more streamlined RPG element to it, than an immersive RPG element. They recycled a bunch of the same environments, which made the game seem highly repetitive. The characters, however, were great; and I'd say that the increased speed of combat was a pleasant addition to the game.
Summary: Dragon Age 2 pick right up in the middle of Dragon Age: Origins. Your character fleeing the blight. You try to find your place and help your family rebuild (starts of like a disaster story) But something is amiss in the "City of Chains".
Summary: The game should have the codes associated with a "new" game, which is why we purchased the new game at this price rather than a used one for $20. The new one we purchased did not come with the codes.
Summary: the game is ok its nice that your character uses dialogue when answering but the game could be better my disk wants to keep freezing so I can only play it 30 minutes at a time so I'm not far at all in the game.
Summary: Not as good as the first game. I miss old bioware, the bioware that existed prior to EA. Their games were way more detailed and in depth then and more time was spent on them. I could customize my followers without paying extra too. I never got as absorbed in this as I did in the first game.
Good story, but gameplay is repetative and unfufilling.
S. C., Amazon
1 October 2013
Summary: I *loved* the original Dragon Age: Origins (DA:O), and I really wanted to like Dragon Age 2 (DA2). I finished the original DA:O with 4 characters, and I bought every single DA:O DLC. I barely finished DA2. Compared to DA:O, DA2 is sub-par in every respect. Pros: - Good (but not great) story.