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Chris Priestly, Cameron Lee, Patrick Weekes and Karin Week from BioWare make the long journey from Canada to hang out with all their Australian fans and answer a gamut of questions!
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audio from Elementary. not being able to see what was shown on the screen. was it not allowed or something? this is the worst panel video I've seen. what happened?
Seriously, whoever was responsible for recording this needs to lose their job.
why is audio from Elementary playing in the background?
hope this game is as good as Origins
The bad news about DA2 was that it was a disaster. The good news about it is that it lowered the bar so much, that the next DA will almost certainly feel like a great game in comparison.
THE FUCKING AUDIO!!! What the hell is going on! Somieone was listening or watching a movie during the Q&A!!
It's VERY annoying.
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I was in the audience woooo!
I just hope that this one is returned to what made the first game rock; not the let down DA2 was!!
Interesting talk at some points, some good questions & some good answers.
The voices on the background are pretty annoying in the beginning but luckily it didn't last long.
I couldn't agree more.
@mishdogg It wasn't really a "bad game", it was just bad Dragon Age game, tbh, I enjoyed it, but it felt it was missing a lot of what made Origin so great.
@Bhemont @mishdogg Yea you're probably right that it wasn't a bad game per se, if you evaluate it in vacuum. But anyone who ever played DA:O naturally uses that as reference. Given that Origins was a great game that set the bar quite high, DA2 really disappointed many people. I don't think it's far-fetched to say it was a disaster, but only in comparison to the first one.
I played DA2 once and never looked back. If I had to look at one more dungeon that was a carbon copy of the last one, I would've died of boredom. Soon after that I replayed DA:O a couple more times just to clear my mind.
I played it once as well. But I just HATE (because I also do it) being unable to enjoy something because its predecessor was so much better.
As of late, I really feel like going back and giving it another shot--I've got a fresh mindset and a few years of time that put me in that mindset. It's just... well, its missing Morrigan.