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Impulse 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.
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 (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.
IGN (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?
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.
Digital 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.