The Dragon Age II Signature Edition was announced yesterday via Bioware’s official Dragon Age Facebook Page. Some of that content includes the following, and the packshots have been revealed [below] :
I wonder how much of the game is actually on the disk. Don't want to get gimped like with the first DA, 50% of the game and the rest is DLC, pfft.
very good question! Dragon Age 1, was a fantastic game, but I hated that they made you pay for stuff that was already included in the game. Shameful. But I think this is EA's fault. I wont be surprised if they pull this bull again.
Just wait for the GOTY edition. It requires a lot of self control, but I'm not paying $50 bucks for half the game. I haven't even picked up DA:O for that very reason. Call me cheap all you want, but I'm willing to wait so that I don't get ripped off!
@jake ur right Ill try, but i might give in half way... lol
It takes a lot of self control. I know I should also do it for New Vegas, but I'll be lucky if I have the self control to last a week on that one!
you're a cheapskate lol. but good on ya.
I dont think anyone noticed this but there is an extra silhouette of a person on the ps3 version....
PS3 version is teh best!!! xbox 360 inability to render extra one person!!! /jk
The PS3 version had a slightly wider view on the cover art. This obviously makes the PS3 version superior. As much as most other cross-platform comparisons at least.
its bioware so im sure i wont be dissapointed, but im not sure i like the new combat system. . .
its either this or the witcher 2 at the moment, but im leaning towards the witcher 2.
to those who are waiting like i am if u want to play the game that badly why not just rent it, thats what i may do unless im busy with the other massive releases coming that month
but I wish it had more physical items instead of digital items, would have like a steelbook to match my DA:O case and a figurine or something
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