Dragon Age 2 is pretty generous with the points, I think I'm about halfway through with a little over 500. That said, I won't be getting the 1,000 because some seem to be tedious, namely "beat the game twice" or "start a new game and reach "x" with 3 unique characters" cheeves, I mean, why?
I'd be lying if I said I wasn't enjoying it, the game itself is just mindless fun. Combat is mostly just mashing attack and spamming skills whenever their off cooldown. While it's true that I'm also playing through it on the easiest difficulty right now if I played on a harder difficulty I'd only have to mash & spam harder taking small breaks to chug potions so I can continue to mash and spam for the full length of each encounter. Boss fights don't change strategy much, things just get a bit more hectic and MAYBE somebody in your party gets temporarily knocked out if you forgot to bring a healer or you're just bad.
The best part of the game is the dialogue and story (IMO) but it's too bad they make it less ambiguous this time around. Morality/attitude choices are always clearly marked, as long as you know "blue is 'diplomatic'", "purple is 'sarcastic'" and "red is 'aggressive'" you can craft Hawke's persona as you wish. I suppose it's up for debate whether that's a poor design choice though, some people might appreciate having their hand held, at least you'll never accidentally select the wrong dialogue option. Companion in-fighting still leads to a lot of interesting problems so that keeps it interesting. That is, unless you strategically leave members out of your parties who would have undesirable reactions to your choices, as long as they're not present when you're making the choice it has no impact on their opinion of you further taking the risk and reward away from making careful dialogue choices which really is a shame.
It's a shame that an RPG which revolves around it's story and interaction would make it so you don't ever have to make a real decision, there's always a way to convenient escape the consequences of your choices if you're crafty enough to find it.
I got like 500ish points in Dragon Age 2. I expected more from BioWare, I don't see why this game/series is so popular.