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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
Is it the story, combat, origins or just another RPG that has you so interested. Just curious because for me its the ability to become involved in another RPG that will occupy my time to its fullest while providing great content. But most recently I have become intrigued with the combat from what I read...how about you?
dude i totally agree with you and a bunch of reviews say that its gonna keep you interested and there are so many different ways to go through the story and you need to make disitions that may cause people in your group to get mad and to leave but you will always be able to get more people i think
I'm hopping into this same boat-that's why I love RPG's, the story line and my ability to change my gameplay each time thru!
True to all that. This game is reminiscent of Oblivion and Morrowind (Elder Scrolls) and I am hoping for the same level of depth. A good story is great but I am really looking for the ability to channel my decisions into changing whats going on around me in the world. I hope its not too linear and has some of the sandbox quality we have all come to love.
Yupp i couldn't agree more
Story, followed by combat, then graphics. I'm really looking forward to seeing all of the origin stories. Also, I'm a sucker for a good character customization program, and BioWare has done another marvelous job with DA's character generator. On Mass Effect, I would sometimes spend an hour or more getting my Shepard's face just right.
Essentially, I look for games from my favorite (and trusted) developers. Any announcement of a new IP or title from BioWare, Bethesda, Gearbox or Valve grabs my attention. Hype is one thing, quality is another - I know that my $60 will usually be well-spent with games from good developers.
The stories, especially the personal stories of your companions really brings the world to life. SPOILER ALERT: I loved the story of Wynne's apprentice. It feels so real I find myself referring to my character as "me". It kinda scares me. lol