Johnbhoy69 wrote:Currently playing through origins now for the 1st time. Getting my ass kicked quite regularly as the combat system is a little tricky to get into. Slowly getting the hang of it but would prefer if the combat was similar to Dark Souls or Dragons Dogma.
Hawke was meant to be the equivalent of Shepard...who thought that could work? I only played the demo of Dragon Age 2 and instantly disliked him and his weird beard
EnigmaXOXO wrote:You just don’t play DA and ME --- you feel them.
EnigmaXOXO wrote:Witcher is a great game, no doubt! One of my favorites. Looking forward to the larger freeroam environments coming to Witcher 3. Even more excited for CD Projek Red’s upcoming Cyberpunk 2077. They’re an amazing and talented team of devs who are among the elite in their industry.
HOWEVER, Bioware games (Dragon Age & Mass Effect) are also among my favorites for completely different reasons. I can think of no other development team who inspires more passion and “fan tears” from its followers due to their expert story telling and in-depth character creations. You just don’t play DA and ME --- you feel them.
In addition, Bioware offers customization and choice that a majority of games calling themselves “RPGs” actually lack. You’re not shoehorned into the role of some blond-haired, male, freak-of-nature. Instead, Bioware allows you to play as any sort of freak you want --- limited only by the player’s imagination. INCLUSIVITY has always been Bioware’s hallmark, and hopefully will remain so as long as its greedy publishers and retailers don’t play hack-n-slash with the team’s creative process THIS time around.
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