Dragon Age 2 Ending Videos

Let me start this out with a big SPOILER WARNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The videos included below contain the two endings for Dragon Age 2, Bioware’s latest fantasy epic, so if you’re impatient, or just disinclined to play it all the way through, you can see what you’re missing out on. Depending on who you side with at the end, a different ending plays out, so make sure to check out both the pro-Mage and pro-Templar options, if you’re really resolved to ruin it for yourself.

Siding with the Templars

Siding with the Mages

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6 Comments on Dragon Age 2 Ending Videos

Stilios

On March 14, 2011 at 12:17 pm

I did not like the storyline at all, this game is obviously made to set the player up for a greater storyline. Also all the events of the game seem kinda insignificant in comparison to the first game, but this just brings me back to the fact that this game is obviously a prequal to the ACTUAL story of the Champion.

Raven

On March 14, 2011 at 2:37 pm

The storyline was a good idea, and the effect of choices was great, but Bioware, PLEASE NO MORE RETARDED CLIFFHANGERS. I hated the ending, but up until that point it was a good enough game.

IgorValar

On March 15, 2011 at 6:31 am

I hate the fact that the hero once again disappers… just like in kotor and origins… what fetish do bioware have for this kinda thing anyway… just no more vanishing would be great.

NeoDraven

On March 17, 2011 at 12:56 pm

I really wish they’d leave you with something to do in Post Game rather than nothing, make areas available detail effects or areas showing the events leading up to the hero leaving or something, just something rather than nothing this game seems to be shorter than origins, and rather than make individual unique dungeons they made 6 types of dungeons and just re-used them for different quests/adventures and just blocked doors of making them non-transitional, feel like they didn’t completely put there all into it.

Kat

On March 18, 2011 at 2:53 pm

It was shorter than origins but i still found the storyline interesting. Though it was a little unorganized i actually enjoyed that part of it. The biggest problem i found with the game was the fact that there was less choice for characters, couldn’t be an elf or a dwarf. But the character actually speaks and has expression! Definitely an excellent improvement. Overall i liked the game, there were of course a few flaws but nothing so big i couldn’t look past it.

Ty

On March 19, 2011 at 11:18 am

With origins i was so excited to play through every storyline multiple times with both m/f of every race and class. every storyline was slightly different, and changed by class, race, gender. You did not want to stop playing. Dragon age 2 definately leaves you wanting. in comparison to origins the npc’s were rather flat, the terrain hardly changes, and the romance scenes were horrible. Can we not have a happy ending for once? Talking characters are well and good, but not at the expense of story. It was short and i do not have an overwhelmig desire to play through it again. I did like the category PC responses paragon, snarky, or renegade. I give it a B+.