posted by alleysf16 (Usaf Academy, CO) Feb 19, 2012
Member since Feb 2012
gamers (100%) found this review helpful
95% of the game is spent in one city. There aren't many cinematics, the graphics are decent, and your companion's AI is still obnoxious. It's fun to play and gets a little better towards the end, but the game is nothing like the epic trailer or Dragon Age: Origins. It's kind of sad considering how great the first one was.
I bought Mass Effect 3 last year. I am a PC Gamer, and while the (insert word opposite to lazy here) folks at BioWare were able to port the game to console and configure the controllers, they alas, were not able to do the same for PC fans.
I bought this here Dragon Age 2 - a HUGE let down for Dragon Age 1 fans, does not have controller support either.
I got this huge monitor up in my face while push the "Arrown keys" and "Mouse buttons" for action intensive RPG title. What? Immersion? What's that?
Anyways - my best wishes for the game artists, soundm designers and modellers. The rest of the lazy (insert obscene four letter word in plural here) better know this would be my last BioWare purchase.
posted by LordOfWar17 (Brooklyn Park, MN) Oct 26, 2012
Member since Oct 2012
Loved this game sure it wasn't as good as everyone expected it to be but I blame the fanboys, the combats perfect the AI is wonderfull and sure it only takes place truly in 1 city but the storyline is really amazing.
Having played a few minutes of the first mission of the game, I felt disappointed: When I selected "Español" (Spanish) as the installation language the game did, in fact, install in Spanish, but when I start to play it, I noticed that only the menu, opening credits and SUBTITLES (or maybe I should say SUPERTITLES because they were above the screen instead of below it) were in Spanish.
Having said that, I gave this game a rating of 10 because of the depth of the story, and, of course, because of the music and because, like many games (including the Prince of Persia trilogy) the game itself guides you on what to do by means of messages below the main game screen, like a tutorial or something, I don't really know how to describe that feature. If any1 knows what BioWare calls it, please let me know ASAP.