Summary: Simply put, this game is just a waste of landfill space... The graphics are AMAZING, but that's about it. You can't level grind or max out your characters. So therefore, you can never realize their full potential.
Summary: I thought the first dragon age had it good and bad points. The biggest problem for me were the characters, who felt like cutouts of rpg archetypes. That ' s not the case in DA2. The characters are complex, interesting, and entertaining in their own ways.
Summary: This game, without question, has it all! All of the companions you can get are cool and enjoyable to fight with and talk with in their own unique ways. The decisions that need to be made are a mixture of simple (will you blackmail someone for their gold, or keep their secret for your integrity?
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".