[Click for all books]
Armchair ArcadePromote Your Page Too
Absolutely. My biggest criticism with the second game was the lack of interesting bosses. In DA:O it was different. The satisfaction of a Human Noble killing Howe, or a Dwarf Noble taking Harrowmont's side against his brother. I am a bioware fanboy, no denying it. I enjoy their story telling and the illusion of choice they manage to work into their games. So long as the game isn't unplayable I am going to love a Bioware game.
This game though, left me wanting. I never felt like the things I was doing were my choice. Going back to the human noble origin: you're damn right I'm interested in finding and killing Howe. Even if the game railroads me there, it's pushing me to a very logical action. I honestly couldn't have given a rip about the deep roads expedition or the Qunari or the mage/templar war. Orsino, Meredith, Arishok, all of them could do what they wanted so long as they left me alone. The companion interactions/quests were the one saving grace. But I have hopes for DA3 because I enjoyed the story/background/lore of the latest DLC.
More information about formatting options
All editorial content © 2003 - 2013 Armchair Arcade, Inc., an Armchair Creative Services, L.L.C., property. All rights reserved unless otherwise indicated. All trademarks and copyrights are retained by their respective owners. No content is to be removed or reused from the Armchair Arcade Website for commercial purposes without explicit permission from the principal Armchair Arcade staff, or the original trademark or copyright holders. Armchair Arcade, Inc., is not responsible for the content of any external sources or links. Further, endorsement of any external sources or links is neither implied nor suggested.