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Gamespot Dragon Age II: Legacy Review

The shrugworthy Legacy add-on extends Dragon Age II but doesn't improve upon it.

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BakedGoods4686d ago

Bioware's completely lost it at this point.

Hopefully their Star Wars MMO will put them back on the map.

Brownghost4686d ago (Edited 4686d ago )

and they said it would go back to the roots of dragon age

Drazz4686d ago

That review is bull! This dlc was minimum 8.0. Nothing about the dlc warrants such a low score.

SAE4686d ago

and you people trust these websites...

Raider694686d ago (Edited 4686d ago )

The fact is that the game was burned from the beginning and now even if the DLC comes better,it wont change the mind of those radical reviewers.They are never going to facepalm it until DA 3.People that enjoyed DA2 make yourselfs a favor and pick the DLC that you wont regret.The other have the option of waiting.

terrordactyl4685d ago

Total BS review. Legacy is easily the best DLC released to date for the Dragon Age franchise (excluding Awakening which was an expansion, not DLC). It's a solid 8/10, Gamespot are clueless sometimes.

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The Dragon Age Announcement Buzz

BioWare fans are abuzz today, as studio general manager, Casey Hudson, recently tipped fans off regarding Dragon Age news that will be dropping sometime soon. Fans of the popular series have been starving for some sort of confirmation that a fourth game will be coming at some point in the (hopefully) near future.

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Sophisticated_Chap2003d ago

Dragon Age 4: Swords, Javelins & Warlocks

winter_hill2002d ago

More like Dragon Age: GAAS LGBTIQA+ Edition

phoenixwing2003d ago

As bad as inquisition was i still look forward to the next take on the dragon age franchise

LucasRuinedChildhood2003d ago

From Bioware's previous comments on this installment, it seems like it's going to take a lot of influence from The Witcher 3.

PhantomS422003d ago

I'm terrified since the last time they brought up dragon age was that it was going to be an online Gaas game =/ As if Bioware hasn't already beaten Dragon Age to death with 2 and Inquisition.

veicht2002d ago (Edited 2002d ago )

I am pretty much in the same place. The main difference is I did actually like inquisition... sortof. In many ways it still was not the game that it should have been but at the time it looked like it took some steps in the right direction (more rpg systems). However, one of the dlc for the game (trespasser) I thought was great. To me it felt much more in line with how origins was and I would have been happier if they had built the whole game like that instead of the generic open world designed zones.

But yeah.... the Gaas stuff is a huge red flag, and with how bioware has been going as of late I strongly believe I shouldn't get my hopes up.

Wolffenblitz2002d ago

I liked Inquisition too man, there are dozens of us, dozens!

bluefox7552003d ago

Don't have a lot of faith in bioware these days. Hopefully they prove me wrong.

Daeloki2003d ago

Note to self: try to finish Inquisition before you get hyped about Dragon Age 4...

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Morality in RPG's Part 1: Personality Development

There are lots of reasons to love a good role-playing game. The stories are immersive, the worlds are detailed, and most importantly, the player is given a range of control over how they want to play. Options range from choosing what type of fighting style you like to customizing a character with a unique look and personality.

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Shiken2135d ago

I really like the whole morality concept as long as it affects the ending and general progression of the game. At the very least how people treat you.

As much as I loved Infamous 2 for example, morality is pretty much a non factor in which ending you get as it is based on one final decision at the end of the game. Kinda a buzz kill if you ask me.

Infamous SS did it better IMO, save for a few story scenes that are exactly the same regardless of morality. At least here however your ending is determined by your overall morality throughout the game.

The Ogre Battle franchise does it best though. Not only does morality affect everything throughout the game, but also who your allies and enemies outside of the big bad do as well. How I miss this IP.

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Diehard GameFAN: The Top 10 Games of Q3 2011

DHGF: So, now that the third quarter of 2011 is behind us, it’s safe to say that it was disappointing to a lot of gamers. Games like X-Men Destiny were outright terrible. Both Street Fighter III: Third Strike HD and Mortal Kombat Arcade Kollection were released with noticeable issues and lag. Games like Dead Island and Catherine were decent, but unable to live up to the massive amount of hype surrounding them (but what could, really?)

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