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Dragon Age 2 - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Mature
250 customer reviews
Metascore: 82 / 100
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  • Enjoy the game's atypical, story-within-a-story nonlinear narrative style
  • Embark upon an all-new adventure that takes place across an entire decade and shapes itself around every decision you make
  • Determine your rise to power from a destitute refugee to the revered champion of the land
  • Think like a general and fight like a Spartan with dynamic new combat mechanics that put you right in the heart of battle whether you are a mage, rogue, or warrior
  • Go deeper into the world of Dragon Age with an entirely new cinematic experience that grabs hold of you from the beginning and never lets go
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Experience the epic sequel to the 2009 Game of the Year from the critically acclaimed makers of Dragon Age: Origins. You are one of the few who escaped the destruction of your home. Now, forced to fight for survival in an ever-changing world, you must gather the deadliest of allies, amass fame and fortune, and seal your place in history. This is the story of how the world changed forever. The legend of your Rise to Power begins now.

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Dragon Age II is a single player role-playing game (RPG) for play on the PlayStation 3. Epic sequel to the BioWare developed 2009 Game of the Year, Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age II continues the adventure with a new hero, Hawke, and utilizes the choices made by the player to affect a story that spans ten years worth of time in-game. Additional game features include: the ability to choose your character's class and sex, a new cinematic in-game experience, a nonlinear narrative and the ability to import saved information from earlier Dragon Age games.

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About Dragon Age II

Embark on an all-new adventure spread across a ten-year span of years with an all-new hero in the multiple award-winning Dragon Age saga. In Dragon Age II you are Hawke, said to have been one of the few to survive the destruction of your homeland. Forced to fight for survival, you gathered the deadliest of allies, amassed fame and fortune and sealed your place in history, eventually becoming in effect a legend in your own time. But legends are all in the telling.

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Dragon Age II utilizes a nonlinear narrative, taking the form of a story-within-a-story that hinges upon your exploits as told by the storyteller, Varick. Yet like any good storyteller, Varick tends to exaggerate from time to time. When questioned on events related to Hawke, Varick may present a different scenario in which Hawke's exploits play out. It is within these replays that the decisions of the players hold sway, as their particular versions of Hawke relive these events. Is the player's particular version of Hawke, male or female? A warrior, a rogue, or a mage? Is Hawke good-natured or something less than a salt-of-the-Earth type? Is romance in the air amongst characters he/she associates with? These choices are all the player's to make and each affect the the outcome of the story at all levels.

Game Features

  • Embark upon an all-new adventure that takes place across an entire decade and shapes itself around every decision you make
  • Determine your rise to power from a destitute refugee to the revered champion of the land
  • Think like a general and fight like a Spartan with dynamic new combat mechanics that put you right in the heart of battle whether you are a mage, rogue, or warrior
  • Go deeper into the world of Dragon Age with an entirely new cinematic experience that grabs hold of you from the beginning and never lets go
  • Discover a whole realm rendered in stunning detail with updated graphics and a new visual style
  • Story-within-a-story nonlinear narrative style

Online Game Pass Bonus Content

All new versions of this game come with an "Online Game Pass" which provides exclusive access to the Black Emporium, which includes:

  • The Fighting Mabari War Hound
  • The Mirror of Transformation
  • Exclusive magic and crafting stores

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10 years of gameplay.
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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B0047TLIBU
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 5.3 x 0.5 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 8, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (250 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,180 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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135 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Arieta on March 12, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
My girlfriend and I were huge fans of DA: O. We played through each class and race from beginning to end so it was only natural to anticipate part two with baited breath. After all, Bioware games almost never take a step backward, but it seems there's a first time for everything!

If you've played Mass Effect 2, you will quickly see where they were trying to go with DA2. Tried but failed. Mass Effect 2 was a fantastic game. Similarly, DA: O was a great game that didn't need to be "fixed" in order to be more like Mass Effect! If they'd only built upon the original game's rock solid foundation, this could have been a spectacular follow up. So what went wrong you ask?

DA: O gripped us from the very onset with the different origin stories, an epic plot, and fascinating characters. It kept the overarching mission clear throughout while offering tons of diversions. Decisions felt like they mattered. Side with the werewolves or Dalish? That's who helps in the final battle. DA2 on the other hand had a decent plot, but even when I could keep track of it, it never swept me away. While on the surface decisions seemed to matter, in the end it felt very linear. The story ultimately seemed like little more than a device to move the game along from one quest to the next.

Never thought I'd be writing this about a Bioware game, but the companions in DA2 are straight up boring and of all the ones to bring over from DA: O they chose Anders from Awakening? While some of the inter-party dialogue was amusing, it didn't have me laughing like DA: O. Dog is an activated power and not a companion. The relationship building system was kind of interesting. If you're nice you build friendships and if you're not, rivalries. Both can have benefits.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Booya! Werewolves! on March 18, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard Verified Purchase
I'm about half way in and I'm enjoying the experience overall, but there are many design flaws, and odd choices that keep me from giving this game a higher score, which I would probably rate at 7/10.

Pros:
1) Graphics are lovely. Improved over the last one. Character and area designs are nice.
2) Some likable characters. All have good voice actors, and while the personalities may be up to personal taste I though they were mostly good. I like Varric and Merrill the most, myself.
3) Companion uniqueness. I thought this was a big upgrade over DA:O. Each character now has their own unique skill group to go along with their class specific skill groups. As well as getting a passive effect for being your friend or your rival.
4) Ability trees improved. Things are much more open in this game, more choices, more abilities.
5) Companion relationship improved. It's more than just dumping gifts on them now. Your actions are the main factor in getting characters to like or dislike you, which some may not think is an upgrade but I personally do.
6) Runes are simpler than before, but I think its an improvement over all. The efficacy of your runes now depends on the item they are attached to rather than the rune itself. So the rune you have in act one will be the same rune in act 3, but will have a better effect because the items you set them in are improved. No more useless +1 fire damage etc, runes.

Cons:
1) Exploration: Don't expect much. Well to be more exact expect to re-explore constantly. First off the areas you find while playing will "renewed" at the start of each act.
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79 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Christopher on March 20, 2011
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Some reviewers have suggested that the main problem with Dragon Age 2 is that it adapts the world of DA to the strictures of Mass Effect's gaming style, resulting in an unpleasant masseffectification that saps the playing experience of its uniqueness. While there are a few small senses in which this is true (especially with the adoption of the dialogue wheel), to make this claim is to miss the mark: Dragon Age 2 is simply a downgrade from its predecessor in virtually every way. If anything, we should be stunned that Bioware, a company which responded to nearly every criticism of Mass Effect 1 for its development of Mass Effect 2, appears to have completely ignored the feedback that they received for this series' previous title, Origins.

Perhaps the most crippling issue--and also the most surprising--is the game's poor writing quality. Dragon Age: Origins set the bar for clever dialogue in gaming, giving gamers an unforgettable experience. From Morrigan's imperious jabs, to Zevran's lewd humor, to Alistair's goofy commentary, each character's remarks seethed with carefully crafted personality; even the Warden's speech options were routinely witty. By contrast, the cast of Dragon Age 2 (with the exception of the suave dwarf brigand Varric) is uniformly uninteresting, wooden, and above all, angsty. You'll groan as Anders and your brother Carver assail you with angry tirades about the mages and templars, sigh apathetically at the totally forgettable Aveline, and shake your controller at the screen in frustration as Hawke routinely makes comments that fail to reflect the options you select on the dialogue wheel.
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