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Archive for August, 2011

Review #431

Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011

Dragon Age II: Legacy
Developer: Bioware
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Genre: Action RPG
Release Date: 07/26/2011

When Dragon Age II first came out back in early March, I didn’t get to play it until several weeks later (even though I preordered it and got the nifty Signature Edition). When I did finally get the chance to play it, I fell in love with it even while many other folk on the internet seemed to hate it. It’s probably because I hadn’t had the chance to play Dragon Age: Origins (and I still haven’t! Such is the life of a reviewer. There’s so much you HAVE to play that you end up missing a few things) as the biggest complaint was, “It’s not DA:O.” For me though, it was easily one of the ten best games of Q1 2011. So of course, when Legacy came out last week, I purchased it right away. Like all other things Dragon Age related, I didn’t PLAY it right away, but that’s because of the trophy sync bug. If there was that bug, there had to be others, right? So I gave it a week and finally decided to play it. The trophy bug is still there, but as I don’t really care about trophies, it was no sweat off my back. Instead I spent four hours covering every nook and cranny of Legacy including a hidden boss, a hidden puzzle, and collecting a full armour set. So after “100%’ing” Legacy can I say it was worth ten dollars?
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