<h2>Dragon Age II</h2>
Don't get us wrong, Dragon Age II was a decent game, but it failed to match the legacy of its award-winning predecessor -- particularly if you were playing it on PC. Most of the RPG elements that made Dragon Age: Origins great were stripped out in favour of linear console-friendly action. The end result is a surprisingly lightweight adventure that shares little of its ancestor's magic. (Thankfully, <b><a href="http://www.pcauthority.com.au/Gallery/280098,ten-reasons-to-buy-the-elder-scrolls-v-skyrim.aspx/1" target="_blank">The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim</a></b> helped fill the void for hardcore D&D fanatics.)
 

Dragon Age II

Don't get us wrong, Dragon Age II was a decent game, but it failed to match the legacy of its award-winning predecessor -- particularly if you were playing it on PC. Most of the RPG elements that made Dragon Age: Origins great were stripped out in favour of linear console-friendly action. The end result is a surprisingly lightweight adventure that shares little of its ancestor's magic. (Thankfully, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim helped fill the void for hardcore D&D fanatics.)

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