PSU: The executive producer of Dragon Age II says the campaign is long, but not as long as Dragon Age: Origins. Players likely put 40+ hours into Origins' campaign, but the sequel will keep things shorter, unless you go off the beaten path.
Still way longer than most current generation games.
Thankfully. I'm sick and tired of playing games that I can just blaze through and be done with in a day or two. Plus, I'm sure DA2 will probably have quite a bit of replay value, since you can make different choices and whatnot.
I bet it's beatable in 20 hours max
Max? Ha. I doubt that. Have you played a Bioware game?
i finished first DA:O in 30h so 20 h for DA2 is possible
Possibly. Mass Effect 1 is beatable in less than 10 hours. But that's not how it's meant to be played.
Nope, ill wait for the the game of the year edition. this is no excuse, it's an rpg or a action game? because if it's an rpg, it should be over 40-50 without rushing. Not only that, those extra hour that we are suppose to have, is used as DLC. The difference between them and Square/Bethesda is that, they put all their content upon released and not revealed DLc 3 months before release? Don't get me wrong, i'm still getting it. I just will not get it until they put all their content into one finalize game. There are lots of games this year guys, please make smart consumer choices.
I agree, cant believe they are showing a trailer for DLC b4 the game has shipped.
where is the damn Reviews?!
The game isn't out for another week. Most games don't have reviews up til the monday/tuesday the week of release.
Old news, Knew about this about a week ago.
Oh prophet! Tell me the average score for Homefront!
Whatever, it'll still be MILES better than fable 3
i hope they got rid of the loading times i hated them
im comin for you morrigan, the womans still got my baby...IM COMIN
What were these people doing with over 100 hours of DA:0? Multiple playthroughs...yeah ok, fine, but for one? No way. I did a nice portion of the side quests, took my time through the game and only hit about 40-45.
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