For a game that was supposed to be the "spiritual successor to Baldur's Gate", I never see anyone talking about it.
It's a below average game with unlikeable characters. That's what happens when devs put all their energy into pushing an agenda instead of trying to make a great game. That kind of thinking has been ruining all genres of entertainment for the past 25 years.
You want a good party based game? Try Neverwinter Nights 2, or the Drakensang series.. --- I was talking to the parrot - Poirot
No, it's not very good. Just a cheap imitation of Baldur's Gate.
It's Bioware, though, so it gets a lot of fanboys.
actually if anything it's been cool to hate on bioware as of the past few years.
personally, i think dragon age origins is a great game. and it has some good mods too. plus it is meant to be played on pc. it is superior to the console versions.
edit-my only real gripe with the game is the dlc can somewhat be a little intrusive to being immersed in the game. it's kinda weird when one second you're exploring , and the next second an npc tells you to click a link to buy a quest. that being said if you have all the dlc it won't bother you.
No, you probably shouldn't. I had the exact same thing happen with DAO. I got stuck, and after several attempts, I was no closer to winning the battle. I hadn't been liking it much up to that point, so it was easy just to throw up my hands and move onto a game that was more fun. --- My movie and gaming room: http://imgur.com/a/IjWr1 My pets: http://imgur.com/a/P9VGU