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November 4th, 2010, 12:14
Originally Posted by JDR13 View Post
The one thing I'll give DA credit for is party interaction, it was definitely superior in that aspect.
Yes, this. I was searching for a non-presentation thing that DA:O does better. The banter between party members is really well-done. The dog (that I lovingly named Barf) is awesome, too.

Anyway, I find myself wandering around, exploring, and running into cool stuff and enjoying every minute of it, just like Baldur's Gate. You constantly run into fun stuff, like the mad apostate in the Bracillian forest. The actual time spent with combat is very small compared to the overall playtime. And the choices you make in dialogue actually do mean something. It's like a puzzle you can solve every time.

That's better than in Baldur's Gate, too.
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