Dragon Age II Features 103 Minutes Of Cut-Scenes
BioWare knows how to create an epic, engrossing storyline.
And this year's follow-up to Dragon Age: Origins obviously puts a very clear emphasis on plot and character development, as a reader tells us the BBFC has said Dragon Age II boasts a massive 103 minutes worth of cut-scenes. Now, there was a time in role-playing history when 103 minutes for a huge RPG wasn't exactly rare or surprising but these days, with so many games - even some RPGs - going in the direction of "faster and dumber," cut-scenes have taken a back seat this generation. Let's also not forget that technology has allowed us to see gameplay the same way we see some cinemas (Uncharted and God of War, for instance). Anyway, the game will likely receive the M-Mature rating here in North America for the same reason the BBFC gave the game its 18+ rating; for "strong bloody violence." By the way, we recently learned Killzone 3 features 70 minutes worth of cut-scenes, so let the good stories roll!
You'll be getting DA2 when it drops in March, right? You'll be all over it. Admit it. Many hours; much bang for your buck...
Related Game(s): Dragon Age II
1/26/2011 10:33:42 AM Ben Dutka