Top 5 things Skyrim should learn from Dragon Age II (and vice versa)

My son came into the room the other day while I was playing Dragon Age II, asked me why I was still playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and walked out. That got me thinking: “Why am I playing this old, non-award-winning game with a host of flaws in it instead of a new, award-winning one with a host of flaws in it?”

While I like them both, I would really like one giant mashed-up uber-game, if you will. Here's what Skyrim could've learned from Dragon Age II (and vice versa).

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barefootgamer2253d ago

Agreed on the voice acting. Although Skyrim does a better job than Oblivion, there are still a lot of noticably repeated voice actors and lines.

Baka-akaB2253d ago

uh ? you wanna argue about skyrim's lack of backgrounds diversity and colors ?

Seriously after the mess that DA2 had with reused tilesets from the beginning of the game till the end ? Even the ennemies keeps repeating themselves tirelessly .

Skyrim did a great job showing a few lush , varied and colorful environnements , despite being set in a cold north setting

Xof2253d ago

Vice versa does not mean what you think it means.

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