I enjoyed DA 2 a lot. My one complaint with that game is regarding a reaction that the mage guy has if you turn him down romantically. You get a HUGE relationship hit with him if you reject his advances, even if you are polite about it. Which, as someone who has been in that very situation multiple times, where I had to tell a guy "No thanks man, sorry but I'm not gay." And had them be totally cool with it. To see that "Relationship Goes Down" message was somewhat annoying.DragonAge II.
I’m told every respectable dragon age fan has to hate this game because it’s got less scope than Origins, you can’t choose your race, and that it doesn’t use tactical view.
Despite that, DragonAge II is fun to actually play because it’s voice acting means the PC doesn’t seem like an idiot mute, and it’s combat leans more into hack and slash and not the MMO but slow style of combat, I liked all of the companions bar Anders better than anyone in Origins who wasn’t Liliana.
Like I could understand if you choose the rude "ew gross! gay germs!" style response (which, seriously WHY is that even an option developers? I see this a lot and it's frankly juvenile), but when you choose the polite decline? Why is this even an issue?
But yeah, DA2 was fun. I enjoyed the combat, the story was fine as best as I can recall. The narrative was a bit railroaded at times yes, but I've seen worse games in that regard.