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Dragon Age 2

Dragon Age 2 (X360) game cover art
Platform: Xbox 360
Tags: RPG, Action, Fantasy
Developer: BioWare

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/08/2011
Unknown
EU
03/11/2011

Staff Reviews

Dragon Age 2 review

Reviewed March 24, 2011

Mike Suskie says: "I guess people liked the origin stories in the first game so much that BioWare went ahead and made the sequel one giant origin story that cuts short just before it actually goes anywhere. It’s as if someone made a Batman movie that ended with Bruce Wayne putting on his costume for the first time."
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