I'm not even sure if that's all of them.
For example it seems to count different time of day / weather as different stages. The TVC has a dark / night version of The Evil Tower stage that isn't in that image.
Playable offline, not playable online. Easy solution.
However since Goro and Kintaro have endings in the demo files but SK does not, I'd tend to think they will be playable in some form. Especially since Kintaro is now DLC... are they expecting you to pay for a DLC boss you can't play as?
" @JJOR64 said:Sonic Booms are God Tier when you use the touchscreen in 3D Edition." Yun is god tier. That's all I know. "Yun can go under sonic booms. Crazy "
Origins was in development for 5 years. Near the end, I'm sure they had invested so much in it that they just wanted to release it. PC/console gaming had changed a lot in those 5 years. They thought the market had changed too much in 5 years to properly appreciate Origins. They were wrong. "
They started working and planning on DA2 before Origins was released, and they didn't expect it to be any kind of success, let alone as popular as it was. They started designing Dragon Age II with no idea what the response to any aspects of Origins would be. Basically, they predicted what people would like about the game incorrectly. "Why would they bet against what they had just made though?
Let me just nip it in the bud right now, and tell you that signing my posts personally is a habit I've developed from internet discussions dating all the way back to Usenet, and that I'm not going to worry about it now simply because we live in an age where people on the internet love to seize on and criticize any stupid, inconsequential thing they can. This is about the billionth time I've had someone glibly suggest I stop signing my posts, despite the fact that it's of no consequence to anyone reading my posts. - Scott
" So let me see if I have this straight: Mages = Muslims Demony Mages = Terrorists Circle = Guantanamo Bay Templars = US ??? "
" That's the point of a cinematic trailer. They are rarely ever representative of the final gameplay of a game, but rather they are to get you excited for the game. For example this, or this, or this, or this. This is nothing even remotely new or unique to dragon age 2's advertising. "Gameplay aside, what about content? What about the stuff in the trailer that was just flat not in the final game?
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