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3.67 stars 3.67/5 Stars Average score of 3 user reviews spread across 16 releases and 0 DLC
As a fan of anything Bioware related, I was excited about this new title. Dragon Age: Origins was chock full of content that was utterly amazing. Whether it be the fight between Dalish Elves and Werewolves, to Mages and Templar, right down to even Dwarves vs. Dwarves, we were forced to take sides and play the politics game with each and every decision we made. The companions you gained along the way were a range of quirky individuals that you formed into a rag-tag elite fighting force, leading t...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Dragon Age is back with another gargantuan experience that sets the bar ever so higher as to how stories in games should be told. Though the game doesn’t quite live up to its predecessor’s hype, BioWare still managed to bring another fun-filled, epic experience to our hands! The few things that make sense in Dragon Age 2 is that people are bad, darkspawn must die, and dragons are a pain in the you know what! Dragon Age 2 could have been the best game in the series save for a few problems here an...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
Look, Dragon Age II has flaws. There isn't enough variety in the scenery. The ending isn't earned, and feels overly compressed. That's not the whole story, though. The combat, visuals, interface, and overall polish are all much improved over Dragon Age: Origins. BioWare could have done better, but that doesn't make DAII any less fun to play....1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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