Wednesday, May 18, 2011


Let me first say I haven't played Dragon Age: Origins yet. So I don't know how this game ranks against this one but  I am impressed. Most people who has played the previous Dragon age games don't care too much for this one becuase of the hack and slash theme. People who play the PC version scream this the loudest. I'm am flexable. It can be hardcore RPG or hack and slash but the story must be good, the characters interesting and fighting must be something I look forward to and not something I dread. Dragon Age 2 accomplishes this for me in more ways then one. I on 10 hours and have am playing on normal setting which is a challenge enough for me. I died more early this game then I ever did on most of all the Final Fantasy installments( I played from FF 7 to FF 13).

I see some you have played on the "Nightmare" level out the gate. I don;t mind a challenge but I may need play thru this game and beat it first. Then maybe I'll try that insane level. I think for know I will enjoy this game or the present level. The story is fantastic so far and I love that I was able to design my character like I can in Mass Affect. It's nice to have black people in these types of games, even if I have to put them there.The attack menu takes some getting used to but it's not a pain like Fallout 3 with finding a needle in a haystack with there menu that should have a in game tutaral. I would give this game a 9.0, here is some video you can check out.


The graphics are real good and the action fast and furious. A game you will have to use strategy to win the later battle.  The 2 draw backs that may drive most batty is there are plenty of cut scenes. Idon't mind much if there is also a equal balance of intense action. The other does bother me. It is the same as Mass Affect 2. You will has some difficulty seeing the choices on responses to your conversations.  Except for this one this game is real joy to play. I highly reconmend this one. Also I brought this game on a sale that was at target for only $39.00! I prefer to buy new when possible I always want the book and I don't like the stickers that "Gamespot"  and others tend to place on their games.

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