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Combined User Score 5 3.8


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Xbox 360ZTGameDomain (Aug 04, 2011)
I was admittedly a little bit burned out on Dragon Age 2 when I finished the main game, which left me unsure about whether I really wanted to jump back into this DLC. I am, however, very happy that I did, because its freshness and originality did just what downloadable content is supposed to do, it reinvigorated my love for the game and this series. Legacy seems to have taken quite a few cues from Dragon Age: Origins when it comes to interesting settings, characters, and plot details and thrown them in with the fast paced action of Dragon Age 2. I do wish they could have squeezed another hour or two out of this, but at around 3 hours, the $10 price tag is fair. Regardless of whether you are on your first or fifth pass through Hawke’s adventure in Kirkwall, you owe it to yourself to pick up this DLC and experience this unique and satisfying quest line.
80
WindowsGry OnLine (Jul 29, 2011)
Podczas eksploatowania Dziedzictwa narzekania na monotonię walk powinny też ucichnąć z uwagi na ogromne zróżnicowanie potworów, które stają drużynie na drodze. Są to przede wszystkim stwory znane z głównej kampanii, jak chociażby pająki, głębinowce, demony, plugawce, cienie, golemy (kilka odmian, np. samoregenerująca się lub odporna na magię) czy profani, których wcześniej spotykało się jedynie na Głębokich Ścieżkach.
70
Xbox 360Game Chronicles (Apr 14, 2011)
For the price, it's not a bad addition, but as a fan of the game's narrative and someone who followed the 'press A until you're done' method of combat, there wasn't much for me. Fans of dungeons and battles will, of course, vary, so whether Legacy is worth your dollar depends very much on what parts of the game you enjoyed.
70
PlayStation 3Impulse Gamer (Aug, 2011)
Even though this game was quite short to play, I still enjoyed getting another chance to revisit the wonderful world of Dragon Age II, even though it doesn't offer much in terms of value for money or replayability. However, the price of this game is probably better than most movies released at the moment (Transformers Dark Side of the Moon anyone?) and it does give gamers another taste of this extraordinary RPG universe.
70
PlayStation 3Cheat Code Central (2011)
Dragon Age II: Legacy isn't going to convince anybody who strongly disliked Dragon Age II to come back to the fold, but it shows improvement in terms of level and encounter design from the original game. The vignettes with various companions—especially Hawke's sibling—add nicely to the overall game's story, and it's nice to see the battle and dungeon layout improvements provided by Legacy's development team. It's a solid, albeit short, DLC addition that bodes well for any planned expansions to Dragon Age II.
70
Xbox 360Cheat Code Central (2011)
Dragon Age II: Legacy isn't going to convince anybody who strongly disliked Dragon Age II to come back to the fold, but it shows improvement in terms of level and encounter design from the original game. The vignettes with various companions—especially Hawke's sibling—add nicely to the overall game's story, and it's nice to see the battle and dungeon layout improvements provided by Legacy's development team. It's a solid, albeit short, DLC addition that bodes well for any planned expansions to Dragon Age II.
70
WindowsCheat Code Central (2011)
Dragon Age II: Legacy isn't going to convince anybody who strongly disliked Dragon Age II to come back to the fold, but it shows improvement in terms of level and encounter design from the original game. The vignettes with various companions—especially Hawke's sibling—add nicely to the overall game's story, and it's nice to see the battle and dungeon layout improvements provided by Legacy's development team. It's a solid, albeit short, DLC addition that bodes well for any planned expansions to Dragon Age II.
65
WindowsJeuxvideo.com (Mar 29, 2013)
L'Héritage se révèle une assez bonne surprise, d'un point de vue scénaristique comme de gameplay. Il donne un petit aperçu de ce qu'aurait pu être Dragon Age II avec un développement plus long. Malheureusement, quelques défauts rédhibitoires persistent, comme les combats foutraques, et le DLC reste beaucoup trop cher (800 points Microsoft ou 9,99 €) au vu de sa durée de vie très limitée.
65
Xbox 360Jeuxvideo.com (Mar 29, 2013)
L'Héritage se révèle une assez bonne surprise, d'un point de vue scénaristique comme de gameplay. Il donne un petit aperçu de ce qu'aurait pu être Dragon Age II avec un développement plus long. Malheureusement, quelques défauts rédhibitoires persistent, comme les combats foutraques, et le DLC reste beaucoup trop cher (800 points Microsoft ou 9,99 €) au vu de sa durée de vie très limitée.
65
PlayStation 3Jeuxvideo.com (Mar 29, 2013)
L'Héritage se révèle une assez bonne surprise, d'un point de vue scénaristique comme de gameplay. Il donne un petit aperçu de ce qu'aurait pu être Dragon Age II avec un développement plus long. Malheureusement, quelques défauts rédhibitoires persistent, comme les combats foutraques, et le DLC reste beaucoup trop cher (800 points Microsoft ou 9,99 €) au vu de sa durée de vie très limitée.
65
PlayStation 3IGN (Aug 02, 2011)
Dragon Age II Legacy see-saws between going-through-the-motions and meaningful character development. I suppose Legacy’s character-centric exploration of the Hawke family’s dark secrets is just the kind of story downloadable content is made for, but after wading through several hours that felt as much like a checklist of Dragon Age II (TM) ingredients being tallied up as a meaningful addition to the game, I have to wonder: why wasn’t this in the game in the first place?
65
Xbox 360IGN (Aug 02, 2011)
Dragon Age II Legacy see-saws between going-through-the-motions and meaningful character development. I suppose Legacy’s character-centric exploration of the Hawke family’s dark secrets is just the kind of story downloadable content is made for, but after wading through several hours that felt as much like a checklist of Dragon Age II (TM) ingredients being tallied up as a meaningful addition to the game, I have to wonder: why wasn’t this in the game in the first place?
65
WindowsIGN (Aug 02, 2011)
Dragon Age II Legacy see-saws between going-through-the-motions and meaningful character development. I suppose Legacy’s character-centric exploration of the Hawke family’s dark secrets is just the kind of story downloadable content is made for, but after wading through several hours that felt as much like a checklist of Dragon Age II (TM) ingredients being tallied up as a meaningful addition to the game, I have to wonder: why wasn’t this in the game in the first place?
60
PlayStation 3PC Invasion (INC Gamers) (Aug 02, 2011)
It's nice to see Dragon Age II content that avoids the pitfalls of its base game, but it's a shame that there isn't more to it. Recommended to those who're desperate for some more Dragon Age II content, and while those playing through with a new character might find a new and unique dungeon helps break up the tedium a little, for everyone else it's disappointingly inessential.
59
Xbox 360GameTrailers (Aug 08, 2011)
Overall, Legacy is full of good intentions, but the final presentation feels bland and rushed. The upgrades are useless if you're past the middle of the game, and the story suffers from Hawke's shrugworthy reactions to learning the truth about the prison's past. Unless you're a diehard lore buff or you need proof that Bioware can make different maps for Dragon Age II, there's no pressing reason to pay the $10 fare for this day trip beyond Kirkwall.
58
Xbox 360Gaming Nexus (Oct 06, 2011)
This DLC is for those who're dedicated to the Dragon Age brand and that's about it. This short addition does a little to flesh out the Hawke story, but doesn't have the impressive scale that some previous Bioware DLC had.
55
Xbox 360GameSpot (Jul 28, 2011)
You return home after this battle for a brief but heartfelt moment of nostalgia. It's unfortunate that this gentle postlude is betrayed by the routine encounters and slipshod execution that preceded it. Because it doesn't combine its bits and pieces into a cohesive vision, Dragon Age II: Legacy shines a spotlight on the run-of-the-mill nature of its individual elements. This add-on is passing amusement, but not 800 Microsoft Points ($10) worth.
55
Xbox 360Destructoid (Aug 09, 2011)
Ultimately, “Legacy” sticks out because it asks a relatively humane question: Is it so much for Hawke to ask that she and her family not be assaulted by a gang of blood-frenzied dwarves? A humble game for a humble premise. I guess Varric was right.
55
WindowsGameSpot (Jul 28, 2011)
You return home after this battle for a brief but heartfelt moment of nostalgia. It's unfortunate that this gentle postlude is betrayed by the routine encounters and slipshod execution that preceded it. Because it doesn't combine its bits and pieces into a cohesive vision, Dragon Age II: Legacy shines a spotlight on the run-of-the-mill nature of its individual elements. This add-on is passing amusement, but not $9.99 worth.
54
PlayStation 3Digital Chumps (Aug 05, 2011)
Dragon Age II: Legacy feels like it is attempting to rekindle the lost promise of the Dragon Age universe. Bioware tried to iron out some of the wrinkles, but the shirt still looks the same. And while the story ties back to the big picture somewhat cohesively, there’s enough annoyances present to dial the experience back to mediocrity. As a brief (three to four hour) experience that offers some spicy story bits, mildly improved battle situations, and more-of-the-same traversal, Legacy is difficult to recommend at its current price.
50
Xbox 360Eurogamer.net (UK) (Aug 02, 2011)
That's a lot of buts, and when you sift through them you get a passable addition to the game, but one that doesn't do anything to make itself essential. Better than a lot of BioWare DLC packs, but nowhere near as satisfying as their best work.
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WindowsGameSpy (Aug 01, 2011)
The good news is, BioWare is on the right path; Legacy is a promising development for fans hoping the franchise's third installment will feature a return to the tactical gameplay of Dragon Age: Origins. Unfortunately, it's a bit too late for Dragon Age II, and Legacy's legacy is as a $10 reminder of the full game's shortcomings.