Dragon Age 2

Dragon Age 2

EA App
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$9.85

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About This Game You’re Hawke, a refugee seeking to escape the darkspawn-plagued land of Ferelden and become Champion of Kirkwall. Rise to power and fight epic battles while making decisions that determine the course of civilization. Your pursuit of power begins now. How will you seal your place in history? KEY FEATURES Cinematic storytelling — Experience a decade's worth of battles and intrigue thanks to a nonlinear narrative that keeps the action coming. A redesigned dialogue syst...
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All Steam reviews:
Very positive (4034)

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About This Game

You’re Hawke, a refugee seeking to escape the darkspawn-plagued land of Ferelden and become Champion of Kirkwall. Rise to power and fight epic battles while making decisions that determine the course of civilization. Your pursuit of power begins now. How will you seal your place in history?

KEY FEATURES
  • Cinematic storytelling — Experience a decade's worth of battles and intrigue thanks to a nonlinear narrative that keeps the action coming. A redesigned dialogue system gives more context to your decisions and helps players create a fully realized, multi-dimensional character.

  • Customize your fight — Dozens of spells and 3 battle companions give players endless options. Stay in the moment with fast-paced combat, or pause the battle and make every move count by issuing individual orders.

  • Make bigger moves — Your actions carry greater weight than ever, and you'll need to think long-term because you have an entire decade to reach your goal. Every dialogue and battle decision affects your standing with party members. Maximizing your friendship opens up even more options.

Configurations

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  • OS *: Windows Vista with SP3, SP2 or windows 7
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo (or equivalent) running at 1.8 GHz or greater; AMD Athlon 64 X2 (or equivalent) running at 1.8 GHz or greater
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 2600 Pro 256 MB; NVIDIA GeForce 7900 GS 256 MB cards
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 7 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Direct X 9.0c Compatible Sound Card Windows Experience Index: 4.5

Dragon Age franchise

Dragon Age Reorigins
Dragon Age Reorigins
Release date: 2025
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf
Release date: 2024
Dragon Age: Inquisition
-82%
Dragon Age: Inquisition
Release date: 2014
$3.88
Dragon Age: Origins
-52%
Dragon Age: Origins
Release date: 2009
$10.18

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The previous game was amazing. With this one I felt like there was no real endgoal and it took me awhile to figure out what it was. The loading times are faster and there's a lot to explore. It feels more like several ministories rather than one whole story. It took me less than thirtyhours to beat this with maybe eighty percent sidequests finished. In comparison, it took me around forty to beat Origins but that might be because of the improved loading times. I'm not sure whether each companion having their own space/house/hub is good or bad since that fleshes them out more but you have to run around the city to get to each one and when you have 5 companion missions, that becomes a bit tedious. Also-not a lot of imagination with the names-Darktown, Lowtown, Hightown. Might as well have named the character M. S. Iah for all the subtlety it would have had
  • The visuals are amazing
  • The friend/rival gauge now has more of an effect on the story
  • Improved loading times
  • You can choose if you want a default start or if you want your actions from the first game to be imported here
  • Companion banter is more fun to listen to
  • Your character creation is a lot more limited this time around
  • Each character can only carry one weapon
  • Gifts are automatically distributed among your allies instead of you having to engage with them
  • Everything you buy from the stores is restricted to Hawke and only Hawke so you can't give say a mage armor like you could before
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La historia nos mete de lleno en el conflictivo tema Magos-Templarios en el que se nos introdujo en DAO, vemos ambos bandos muy bien reflejados e incluso desde el interior para tener perspectiva. Además, las acciones que elegimos en el anterior juego se verán reflejados aquí, lo cual hace de unión en muchos casos, ¡hasta con personajes!

Hablando de personajes, muchos tienen una personalidad más marcada que los de DAO, otros no tanto, pero son memorables y buenos compañeros. Algunos son sonarán de algo, sea de DLC o bien de personajes secundarios. Ahora hay posibilidad de romance incluso en modo rivalidad, lo cual es interesante.

Han mejorado el sistema de combate y de toma de elecciones, ahora es más intuitivo y está más claro que en la anterior entrega, aunque hay menos opciones de diálogo ahora que el personaje principal tiene voz. Aunque han descuidado bastante el tema de los mapas, especialmente los de cuevas o lugares de emboscadas, ya que son el mismo mapa con dos o tres cosas cambiadas, pero el mismo, a fin de cuentas.

La segunda entrega de Dragon Age no es como la primera, no se puede esperar nada como el anterior porque no están al mismo nivel pero no es bueno compararlos demasiado porque son otra cosa. A veces siento que DA2 fue una prueba para cambiar algunas cosas de la jugabilidad y que no les dio tiempo a pulirlo del todo.
  • Protagonista tiene voz
  • Las acciones de Dragon Age Origins tienen efecto en este juego
  • Poca variedad de mapas, especialmente cuevas.
  • Personalización de protagonista limitado
  • Armaduras de compañeros: hay que buscar las mejoras si queremos mejorar su armadura, si no encuentras la mejora en el momento exacto, no puedes comprarla ni encontrarla en ningún lado.
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Quite a long way from DA: Origins when it comes to the storytelling. Less reading, more Mass Effect 3 type of choosing the dialogue options. Not necessarily a bad thing but it shifts away from the more classic RPG to new-gen.

  • Huge graphic improvement over previous title
  • Storytelling combined: cut-scenes and gameplay
  • Good animations
  • Quite linear
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Sometimes there's a bit of a lag and there are a few glitches, but overall this is a fantastic game. There's a great story line in this game, and it definitely makes me want to play the next in the series.
  • Great gameplay
  • good storyline
  • glitching
  • lag
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-This is a very great game! Story is nice and gameplay is cool too! You must always remember to choose the right choices because they will "show up" later in game or in its sequel DA: Inquisition.
Game was shorter than DA:Origins. but to understand everything in this game, you must play 1st game too!

-DLCs are important in every Dragon Age game. They tell you more about the world. But here I can see a big minus-
I don't like how BioWare made its DLC system- you must buy the BioWare points to buy DLCs. And they aren't very cheap. I don't like it because as I said before some of the DLCs are actually important to the story and its sequel DA: Inquisition (after those DLCs DAI will be more understandable and enjoyable).
I enjoyed DA2 much more than DA:O, because of those small improvements they made (you will see it in game, I don't want to spoil anything).

Overall I can say that it's one of the best RPGs released!

PS Be careful in character customization! Remember, that your character WON'T be imported in DA:I! So it's isn't worth to make it very complicated.
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