Based on 3 critics – Overal Score: 63 / 100
GameInfo: Embark on a thrilling adventure of deception and intrigue in Mark of the Assassin, the latest downloadable expansion for Dragon Age II. In this ripping new story, Hawke is joined by a mysterious elf assassin, Tallis Voiced by none other than actress Felicia Day, this new party member comes complete with her own unique combat style and intriguing back story. With Tallis at your side, you must infiltrate an Orlesian estate outside Kirkwall and steal a precious relic. Along the way, you will uncover an array of impressive weapons and equipment, and confront fearsome and challenging new enemies on your journey to claim the Heart of the Many.
Infiltrate an Orlesian estate outside of Kirkwall adventure across several brand new areas.
Impressive new equipment for every member of your party.
Dive deeper into the Dragon Age story and uncover more secrets about the Orlesians and Qunari.
Recruit a new party member, Tallis a deadly elf assassin with her own unique combat style.
Challenging new enemies and boss encounters, including the fearsome Wyvern.
|EmptyLifebar: “Mark of the Assassin, the latest story DLC for Dragon Age II takes off immediately. You find yourself and your party saved by a mysterious elf when an” invitation” turns out to be more than what you were expecting. You’re immediately thrown into the fray, following the skirmish you’re given a unique opportunity by your new friend. Tallis, an elven assassin voiced by Felicia Day asks for your help in stealing a valuable jewel from a nobleman.” Read Full Review||80/100|
|RipTen: Mark of the Assassin is BioWare’s second foray into story-driven DLC for Dragon Age II, and it’s a different beast to its predecessor, Legacy. While they seem to be of a similar length (I took around 5-6 hours to complete both, your mileage will vary depending on how you play), MotA contains considerably more dialogue and a fair few non combat set pieces which differentiate it from Legacy. Read Full Review||70/100|
|GotGame: Most huge Dragon Age: Origins fans are becoming more and more disappointed by where BioWare is taking the Dragon Age franchise. This DLC is no exception. Read Full Review||40/100|