Summary: I'd give it a 3.5 star rating if I could. I'm used to playing RPG's for a while (100+ hours) before getting tired of the play style. This did not quite make it. There was nothing exceptional about Dragon Age. If you like RPGs it's different. Friends like the game, it's just not my cup of tea.
Summary: Not the game I was hoping for, or was hyped up to be. I'm the kind of gamer that has to enjoy the battle system of an RPG. It has to be smooth, interactive, comfortable, and satisfying (in terms of knowing you're doing damage to the enemy). And this definitely does not meet up with expectations.
Good game but not nearly as good as the PC version.
10 September 2010
Summary: Bioware has created a great world and great story in usual Bioware fashion. I won't go into detail regarding the game itself because 1)I truly do love this game so far 2)my main focus is on the technical differences between the X360 version and the PC.
Summary: First off, probably the only RPG I've played where I didn't want to viciously murder at least one of my companions by the end of the game (I'm talking about you, Neeshka and Qara of Neverwinter Nights 2).
Summary: I've completed this game and would like to point out a few things that others have not. 1. You cannot farm for equipment or xp because enemys do not respawn. After you complete a main quest area you often cannot return.
Summary: I paid the additional $ because the product description said it included the "Stone Prisoner". I have satellite internet and no bandwidth to waste for DLC. But there's no "Stone Prisoner". Only a code so you CAN download it.
Summary: Welcome, ye adventurers! Dragon Age is out of control fantastic. If you've enjoyed Bioware's previous games, and you like fantasy role-playing games in general, then Dragon Age is a no-brainer.