Bioware has made a name for themselves as the premier craftsmen of sweeping epic RPGs, and the world of Thedas - the backdrop for the Dragon Age series - is no exception to this standard. In terms of both scope and quality, Dragon Age II is definitely living up to the reputation of its developers.
But it's not all sunshine and daisies for this title. For all its epic vastness, it also has its warts: bugs, crashes, inconsistencies, cut corners and more.
In this article a gamer with more than 150 hours of game time will show you the ups and downs of Dragon Age II, rather than focusing on just the first few hours of the game as other reviewers are wont to do. In the long run, how does the game stack up? After so many hours spent in Kirkwall and its surroundings, will you still want to go back?
Find out in this review of Dragon Age II.