Dragon Age 2 Contains 103 Minutes of Cutscenes

Bioware has packed 103 minutes of cutscenes into the upcoming Dragon Age 2 — so expect a pretty deep, involved story in the new RPG when it’s released in March.

The British Board of Film Classification released the info in its rating for the game. It was in a BBFC rating that we learned about Killzone 3′s 70 minutes of cutscenes; by genre, Dragon Age 2 is more than likely a longer game, but it’s still a huge amount of time spent on story over gameplay.

The BBFC also slapped an 18 rating (the equivalent of a Mature rating in the states) on the game, citing “strong blood violence.

Via Eurogamer.

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2 Comments on Dragon Age 2 Contains 103 Minutes of Cutscenes

thelordmeatball

On January 26, 2011 at 6:48 am

i cannot wait for this game. the mythos runs so deep and vivid that its impossible to hate on this game.

Nero576

On December 26, 2011 at 7:12 pm

You obviously have not played Xenosaga to complain about cut scenes…