Mick brings our review for Dragon Age II
Upon its release in 2009, Dragon Age: Origins split opinion somewhat. On the one hand, a lot of people considered it a triumph thanks to its almost-perfect balance of old-school, beardy RPG number-crunching and the kind of shameless sex ‘n’ blood fantasy rarely seen since the glory days of Robert E. Howard. Others were less impressed, however, bemoaning a slightly shoddy graphics engine and a lack of imagination in the game design (Elves and Dwarves and Dragons and yawn, etc…). Having learned lessons from the comfortably-warm reception of Mass Effect in 2008 and the crazy …
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