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I saw this as someone who loves Dragon Age, but I was also dubious. Seeing it finally, I thought it wasn't terrible, but it wasn't very good either. I did like the music, which had a sense of adventure, the costume and set design while not amazing did look decent, likewise with the photography, Nyree was an interesting and fun character and Marcia Battise gives a lot of enthusiasm here. However, the story didn't always engage me. The idea was great, but the basic structure seemed thin and sometimes even padded out, then there are parts felt rushed and underdeveloped in an effort to introduce many characters. The special effects are rather tacky, granted I have seen much worse, but the blood especially looks very artificial. The dialogue is corny and stilted, and apart from Nyree the characters either got on my nerves(Tallis) or took far too long to introduce. The acting is nothing great either, Adam Rayner is wooden and while Felicia Day is good in The Guild she seems rather detached here. All in all, interesting and not awful, but fell short in terms of writing and story. 5/10 Bethany Cox
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