DHGF: Dragon Age II: Mark of the Assassin isn’t going to change your mind on whether you love or hate this game or not, as much of it is more of the same. However this expansion does introduce you to stealth based missions and abilities, a few badly implemented point and click adventure game style puzzles and for those who care, Felicia Day as a monotone elf. You also get to explore Orlais, attend a large party and kill a bunch of Wyverns. DAII fans will find Mark of the Assassin fun but flawed and worth the $9.99 purchase price. People that didn’t like DA2 won’t find anything here to change their mind about the game, so there’s no reason to spend the money on it.