Dragon Age 2 was one of the most highly anticipated RPGs in gaming history, and record sales in the first weeks after launch come to sustain this theory. After the wild success of Dragon Age: Origins everyone thought it was safe to assume that Dragon Age 2 will follow in the gigantic footsteps of its predecessor and deliver an unprecedented RPG experience. Bitter disappointment followed the game’s release and clenched fists were raised in anger. But now that the dust began to settle let’s at least be fair and admit that the expectations we all had for this game were extremely hard to match. Dragon Age 2 is not a bad game, on the contrary: it’s an RPG everyone should at least try – I personally found it to be quite addictive. However, its main flaw is that it isn’t in any way better than Dragon Age: Origins and that pretty much defeats the purpose of a sequel.