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By Richard Naik on November 30, 2014 - 9:22pm.
Bioware: The Game
HIGH: Cassandra's fangirl outburst
LOW: The persistent feeling that I had accidentally launched World of Warcraft
WTF: It sure is convenient that we found this giant castle with nobody living in it
By Brad Gallaway on November 2, 2014 - 2:40am.
My hope was that the developers at BioWare were getting the series back on track, and here was the perfect opportunity to get caught up on their work.
By Brad Gallaway on March 24, 2011 - 11:45pm.
An unsolicited copy of Crysis 2 showed up at my door today (always a pleasant surprise when that happens) and I put about an hour into it. I've heard that the multiplayer demo available wasn't too well-received, but I never got around to checking it out and I never played the first Crysis either, so I was coming into the game basically as fresh as possible. First impressions of the campaign? Very positive.
By Brad Gallaway on March 22, 2011 - 9:00pm.
A Rushed Waste of Time and Money
HIGH A brief (and fictitious) mid-game scene description from Varric.
LOW Everything else.
WTF The immense drop in quality was inconceivable until I saw it for myself.
By Brad Gallaway on March 12, 2011 - 8:15pm.
So at this point, I'm about fifteen hours or so into Dragon Age II. I am going to be doing a full review so I won't go into a great amount of detail here, but I will say that if I wasn't going to be submitting a formal review, I would have already quit the game and traded it in for something else. Not even kidding a bit. In the interest of keeping things brief, here's a quick list of bullet points highlighting the issues I have with it.
By Sparky Clarkson on March 11, 2011 - 2:01am.
I think I should start with the reason I placed the pre-order in the first place, which is that I enjoyed Dragon Age: Origins a great deal. I didn't particularly care for the combat, which suffered from having continuous time and lousy AI. However, I thought the game had some interesting ideas hiding behind its surface pageantry of turgid Tolkienism, and the writing for some of the characters (Shale!) was really great. So, when I heard Dragon Age II was coming out I placed an order, and when I heard there was a demo, I downloaded it. Having thoroughly gone through the demo, however, I decided to cancel the pre-order.
By Brad Gallaway on March 11, 2011 - 1:21am.
I had originally planned on posting a rant about Dragon Age II tonight, but the day didn't quite unfold the way I thought it would. So, although I don't have enough time to do a full-on posting at the moment, my conscience is screaming out to me that I need to do something in order to warn people against buying it.
By Richard Naik on September 11, 2010 - 8:39am.
This is not the Witch you're Looking for
HIGH: Getting to make the choice I've wanted to make since Origins.
LOW: Enemies that float in midair after I kill them.
WTF: Why could this not have been part of Awakening, at the very least?
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