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  • Summary: Come one, come all to the Black Emporium! There you'll find many powerful artifacts, some for sale, and some for free! Hidden in the shop is a way to transform your body, face, hair, eyes-all new! Act now, and you'll receive your own mabari war hound to call into battle.
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  1. Apr 7, 2011
    This DLC does not get the credit it deserves. It is a SHOP DLC the point of it is somewhere where you can get High level weapons if you have the cash! The Item system in Dragon Age: 2 Was horrible so why can't you make a Cheap DLC that All that's In it is a shop!? All in all it is a good and easy way to start the game with this DLC though a lot of the Items avalaible are very Expensive . One set of Gloves i was going to Buy Was 100 Soveirgnes.. Which is VERY expensive... Expand
  2. Feb 20, 2012
    For 800 Microsoft points ($10.00) you get a new one roomed store with high level loot that continues to get better equipment and items as you progress, the ability to change your characters appearance for free anytime you want to, a mabari war hound that can be summoned in battle (because it's not an actual companion), and a few free items, the problems are that all the loot you have to buy cost a lot of gold, and that it's not really all that much content for $10, the best part of it is the Mabari war hound, so unless you just have to have the dog I don't recommend it as it is incredibly over priced at $10, the only reason I have it is because I had the code that came with the game, so if you want this DLC buy a new copy of Dragon Age 2, however if you've already bought a used copy and don't have the code use your $10 for something better. Expand
  3. May 30, 2011
    Its like an actual antique shop. You go in and you have a look around, but it smells funny and you don't really NEED anything there, so why spend the money? Items in the Black Emporium are powerful, and a good advantage early in the game for free, but they are strong for a level 1, once you level up, they stop being so appealing, and the items in the store part are expensive, and one could easily get past any part in the game without them. Expand
  4. Mar 30, 2011
    And what was the point of this DLC? You can't even do anything in it! You can go around and explore a small room, and read codex's but other than that, there's nothing else you can do really. Collapse