I have a special bond with Dragon Age: Origins. It was the second RPG I played seriously, after Persona 3, and I fell in love with the characters, the story and the gameplay system. A year later, in 2012, I found Dragon Age 2 in a local GameStop and I had to buy it.
I agree with the many people saying that the second chapter of the series isn’t as polished and as epic than Dragon Age: Origins, but Dragon Age 2 has its appeal. In the game, you are not the chosen one, you are a person that tries to rebuild their life, the plot is more personal and there is a really good cast of characters just like the previous game.
The only thing that I didn’t really like about Dragon Age 2 is that you see the same locations every now and then, and it can become really repetitive in long sessions of gaming.
Dragon Age: Origins is more meaningful to me than the second chapter (and I haven’t played Inquisition yet, so I won’t talk about it), but it was released in 2009, so it was out of the range I decided for this Top 20. I still wanted to talk about Dragon Age 2 since I have good memories of it. I still remember the days I passed sitting on the floor in front of my PlayStation 3, totally hooked to the plot since I put the disc into the console.
I hope that Dragon Age: Inquisition will be tied to good memories just like its two predecessors!
Gioco fin dal 1998. Nel corso degli anni ho scritto per vari siti videoludici per poi aprire un mio blog. Nel tempo libero, oltre ai videogiochi, adoro Dungeons & Dragons (5e), Magic: The Gathering, leggere e ricamare.