Reviews for Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition (NA) dns
The best way to play the gameGordonFreechmen | Jan. 7, 2013 | See all GordonFreechmen's reviews »
This version include the first game along with the expansion and all DLC. This is the way Dragon Age should be played. The expansion introduces a new character a mage to the game, Anders. He is a rather interesting character, not really serious he likes to joke and carries around a kitten. The gameplay in the expansion is exactly the same as the normal game which is a good thing. The game feature diablo style loot, which makes buying items useless. Even so the thrill of findings good items is there. The combat is a little dull, but what it lacks there it makes up for in character building. You can build some pretty diverse characters from Arcane mages, to a bear summoner. And it has a decent story to boot. If you want to play Dragon Age get this version.
Get it for the DLC's.Coolicy | Dec. 3, 2012 | See all Coolicy's reviews »
Bioware games uses Bioware Points for DLC's. Bioware Points almost never go on sale, so you'll have to pay full price for their DLC's, and that sucks if you're a bargain hunter like myself. The base game (DAO) and the expansion (Awakening) are both fun and memorable games, but it's the DLC's that make this package shine. My favorites are Warden's Keep (originally a digitally deluxe content), Stone Prisoner (came with new copies of the base game) and The Darkspawn Chronicles. If you think about how much Bioware Points cost and how much it'll cost you to buy them separately, buy this and think of the others are added extras.
Better than the regular version..NoLove3827 | Aug. 9, 2012 | See all NoLove3827's reviews »
For the extra money, you might as well splurge and buy the Ultimate version for $29. It comes with all the expansions/content packs which add alot to the game. The graphics are pretty good and the freeroaming is great fun as well.