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BioWare knows how to tell a good story, and Dragon Age is no exception. With six different origin stories, a stack of side quests to complete, and a variety of player decisions that effect the kingdom of Ferelden, it's unlikely any two players shared the s
I, if you have seen anything I have done recently, love this game. I'll admit, the cutscenes look a little choppy occasionally, but for the most part, it looks great. And of course, then there is the gameplay. I personally favor more of an action slant than a strategy slant, if slant is an acceptable term to use. Having a PS3 and a basic laptop limited me to the PS3 version, but I find that I think that I like it better. The story is great, the characters are deep and actually fun to talk to. (Reminds me of listening to the characters in KOTOR) Seeing as how I am not very far in the game, I can't wait until the next time I can pick it up.
This has become one of my favorite RPGs. It's Brilliant. Bioware did an amazing job. I could play this game for months and not get tired of it.
One faulty logical thing: Genlocks come from dwarven broodmothers. Dwarves can't be mages. But genlocks can! Anyone else notice that?
After ME/ME2 it's tough to put up with the silent character and not being able to ever see my character speak, or emote in general.
That said, though, the fighting is pretty fun and the party members' comments as you go about your missions are interesting. It's one of the first games I've played when a character's personality has anything to do with whether or not I take them along.
Silent characters usually make me mad, but this game is so good that I was willing to overlook it for the sake of the overall experience.
...Best game ever.
its fun i want the witch hunt dlc though.
Nobody likes Milhouse