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Imagine an MMO with 10 zones where you're the only player online. This is the Dragon Age 2 experience.
You will have seen every area there is to see within the first 2 hours of gameplay. From there on, you're accepting fetch quests from random NPCs, you're fighting waves of enemies who appear from thin air, you're opening nondescript boxes for armor and weapons that you either can't use, or don't need.
You'll explore the same warehouses, you'll wander around the same empty, lifeless city markets, you'll occasionally leave the city to go to the same cave, the same mine, the same coastline. The game is full of busy work and forgettable sidequests.
Yet for some… Read more