@Falcon: O great, I'm not looking forward to that fight on Normal if you had trouble on casual! 0.0 ahhh.. Right now, I'm trying to defeat a Revanant, Rage Demon, 4 Shades, A Golem, and an assload of corpses and skeleton archers in this abandoned thaig just outside of the Dalish settlement and that damn revanent and golem just wont die!! lol.
That fight is crazy broken. I had to turn the difficulty down to beat it, and I've heard a lot of other people say they did the same thing. And it's just supposed to be a random run-of-the-mill encounter!
I'll be buying this when it goes on sale on 360. I bought the original on PC thinking that a controller mod was going to work great with it. Still waiting for a controller mod on the first that is descent. Hate playing these games with mouse and keyboard.
ME2 has an awesome controller mod.
DA series combat system disappoints me. I wish they would just scrap all the new mechanics and just make a sequel to Baldur's Gate. I know DA is meant to be a spiritual successor but I don't like the direction they went with it.
Oh okay, we're talking about two different fights. although I only had turn it down to normal for heart so you may still have a chance. as an aside doesn't the speech recognition on android work wonderfully? glee should not be posting lan driving but I'm very bored. this highway is very straight and empty.
@lane: ah, okay, but still this fight is insane! I got past the first room on casual... then went upstairs and there's about 10 shades, 2 rage demons, a revanant, a desire demon, and a few abominations for good measure... on casual!!! 0.0
@Falcon: he probably means not being able to talk to them outside of their homes/work. And event then, you don't get to ask them as many questions up front as the first game (as you do quests for them, you find out/talk to them more).
@WolfOfOne: Ah, gotcha. That way it seems more organized though. Talk to them randomly, then do a quest with little dialog. Or do a specific quest for them, and learn more about them, learn what this quest means to them and why they're doing it.
@Mirado: I had a hard enough time dealing with cartoony spiders on my monitor. I had to show my brother how to use my warrior and tank this thing for a few runs before I was comfortable enough to do it myself:
I thought I had a screenshot of me tanking her in-game but apparently not. That picture really doesn't do the scale any justice.