When BioWare moved from Dragon Age 2 to Dragon Age: Inquisition, something was lost. It was an expansion called Exalted March.
I loved this game even with its flaws. The Arishok & Knight Commander Meredith were some awesome enemies.
DA2 felt like a game some indie developer made(obviously poorly) to copy Dragon Age Origins, not a direct sequel by Bioware itself. It sucks so bad, its not even debatable.
My thing is I don't over analyze games. I know EA rushed this game just like they did with Mass Effect 2, cause they suffered the same problem, of bland environments with no exploration. I saw something really incredible in DA2 especially after the defeat of the blight.
I'd rather read the Why were the sequels so ****ing terrible compared to the Origins. Sure they were playable, but to them Origins is a master piece.
Heh, I always figured it was because they didn't have any environmental artists to make new in game locations...
Dragon Age II was amazing. Dragon Age Origins was laughably bad. Dragon Age Inquisition is the best fantasy themed Action RPG ever made. End of story.
Solid troll man. Solid troll.
It's my honest opinion
because it wasn't queer enough?
That is so inappropriate!
Sorry i hurt your queer friends!
well the exalt march is in dragon age 3 so it's not like we didnt get to play the area
i really liked dragon age 2, i felt it focused on the story instead of traveling everywhere, all three are good, just a little different.
DA2 itself felt like an expansion or an incomplete game with all the recycling that went on, maybe they should held off and combined it with this instead
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