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Dragon Age: Origins - Witch Hunt (PlayStation 3)

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Critic Reviews

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If you're willing to spend money to see Morrigan again for about five minutes and get an unsatisfactory explanation of what's been going on, then you should buy Witch Hunt. If not, then it's tough to really recommend this downloadable content. The tale of how you find Dragon Age's sparsely clothed mage is a decent one filled with personality and humor, and the combat encounters, as brief as they are, can be fun, but Witch Hunt ultimately doesn't provide enough substance to satisfy.
Scénaristiquement parlant, Witch Hunt est une vaste supercherie, qui ne vous permettra pas d'en savoir plus sur le destin de Morrigan et ne vous proposera aucun épilogue digne de ce nom. Sur le plan du gameplay, cette extension déçoit par son recyclage éhonté d'anciens environnements de jeu et par son absence quasi-totale de challenge. Elle est donc à réserver aux affamés, qui ne peuvent pas se résoudre à la diète en attendant Dragon Age 2.