XBox Dragon Age II
XBox Dragon Age II turned out to be a welcomed surprise in the number of distractions that captivate and entertain. For an adult who remembers classics like Pong, Breakout, Space Invaders and Frogger, the XBox 360 control stick is a challenge. Yes, we watched children manipulate complex button movements in games like Mortal Combat, wondering if the graphics might be too graphic, meanwhile we rolled multi-sided dice and kept pencil written Dungeon an Dragon logs .
As my brother played Xbox Dragon Age II, I carefully edited and revised the third book in the Knife of Truth series by Cynthia Willerth. Engaging dialogue drew me from my keyboard and monitor to the television screen. The multiple choice listing possible character responses differed pleasantly from the word choice employed by the character. If you are an XBox 360 owner wishing to study the art of dialogue, I highly recommend Xbox Dragon Age II.
Start with XBox Dragon Age Origins
However, if the last time you played a video game at home and it was either Donkey Kong, Ms. Pac Man, or Mario Brothers it’s advisable to start with Dragon Age Origins. I managed to hit all the wrong buttons and still find my character victorious. Slowly, I’ve managed to manipulate A, B, X and Y buttons, along with trigger, start and back in a meaningful sequence before starting Xbox Dragon Age II.