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  • Feb 21, 2011
Not one of the better DLC add-ons for the game. You basically play a generic darkspawn that's supposed to be a Grey Warden who failed the joining ritual. Yet, there's nothing to distinguish your character from the tons of other faceless darkspawn.
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February 21, 2011
I agree with CharlesLupula here. This DLC had a lot of potential, especially since I'm a huge sucker for playing the villain, but it falls flat. It feels like there's literally no point. The end is anti-climactic and there's no challenge at all.
Because the DLC only goes through the final battle sections, it feels like there's no much to do at all. If it had instead went through the whole game, say, through the point of view of multiple Darkspawn or even the Archdemon it would have been much better.

The best part is that you get a decent sword for your main Dragon Age game. It works well early on, and is quite powerful. If you're planning on getting a Dragon Age DLC, stick with Leliana's Song.
 
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ESRB: Mature
Number of Players: 1
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Developer: Bioware
Console: Xbox 360 Games, PC Game, PS3
Genre: RPG
Release Date: May 18, 2010
Price: $5, 400 points
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