Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition (NA)
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"It's the best RPG of the year -- and maybe the best of the HD era." - 1UP.com
"Dragon Age: Origins feels like a real throwback to the good old days of PC role-playing epics." - GiantBomb.com
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Dragon Age™: Origins - Ultimate Edition includes:
Dragon Age™: Origins
You are a Grey Warden, one of the last of this legendary order of gardians. With the return of mankind's ancient foe and the kingdom engulfed in civil war, you have been chosen by fate to unite the shattered lands and slay the archdeamon once and for all. Explore a stunning world, make complex moral choices, and engage in bone-crushing combat against massive and terrifying creatures.
Dragon Age™: Origins - Awakening Expansion Pack
The story of the Grey Wardens continues as you are named their commander. Fight new enemies, learn new skills and spells, and explore an all-new area of the world, Amaranthine.
All Nine Content Packs
Extend your adventure with The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, Return to Ostagar, Feastday Gifts, The Darkspawn Chronicles, Feastday Pranks, Leliana's Song, The Golems of Amgarrak, and more as you delve deeper into the Dragon Age™ storyline.
Great overall game. Underwhelming combat system.heerox328 | Dec. 7, 2014 | See all heerox328's reviews »
This game is a pure classic. Brand new universe. Compelling characters. Massive and epic enemies. The entire fabric of the world on the line. Truly a stuff of wonder.
If you love a mixture of Lord of the Rings and Game of Thrones, this will be a game for you. The combat, itself, is a bit dated, but overall the game is solid everywhere else. The Awakening expansion is also one of the greatest expansions ever made for an RPG.
BioWare storytelling. Amazing companions. Great plot with a few twists. Moral dilemmas and the ultimate fight. There's a lot to be found here for any and all RPG fans.
DAO is also the only game where you can start out with extremely different origins, whether you are a human, elf, or dwarf, as well as a warrior, mage, or rogue with specific social standing in society.
Do not pass this gem up.
RPG ClassicTrebledaniel | May 19, 2014 | See all Trebledaniel's reviews »
This game has all the makings of a great game. The choices that affects the outlook companions have on you.The quests that keep you going, and the great graphics. Plus, who doesn't like taking on enemies way bigger than your character.
More than Worth the Money!harpiegirl | April 30, 2014 | See all harpiegirl's reviews »
I spent awhile with the game sitting in my library before I decided to pick it up and finally try it. And it's amazing.
It took me 40+ hours to finish the main campaign my first time. I'm now on my second playthrough, clocking in at 70+ hours and I've only finished one of the DLC campaigns on the side. Your choices in the game really do affect the game, which makes them meaningful. For instance, you might make a decision one party member highly doesn't agree with and they'll try to kill you. You can also romance a couple different of your party members, three available for a female character(two male, one female) and two options for a male character(two female). Who you choose to romance may also have an impact on the game.
Combat is pretty great if you're okay with point-and-click type combat. You can pause the game at any point with space bar so you have infinite time to make decisions in battle - which I love. You upgrade three different aspects of your character - your stats, utility skills and combat skills. Utility skills are unique and quite nice. Some characters have their own character-specific skills which is interesting. Finally, you can unlock more sets of skills at level 7 and 14, and you unlock the different types by making various decisions throughout the game such as getting closer to your party members and asking if they'd teach you.
My only complaint is that while there are many decisions in the game you can make, some of the more obvious ones you'd like to make aren't always there,for example at the end of the game where you may want to kill a certain character but cannot, or compromise on certain situations.
Beautiful Game, Interesting CombatFazbott | March 23, 2014 | See all Fazbott's reviews »
When I first booted up Dragon Age: Origins I automatically noticed it's gorgeous artwork and design. The game just looks fantastic especially at higher resolutions and specs. Once I got into the game play I was a little confused by the combat system simply because it wasn't what I was expecting, but the point and click style actually works out pretty well. There is a very expansive skill tree and lots of cool items to make your brain and gaming heart very happy.
Amazing Or What!!!?chataolauj | Jan. 22, 2014 | See all chataolauj's reviews »
This game is by far the definition of RPG(I may be exaggerating a little). This game has an excellent choice of dialogues that makes you want to replay over and over again. This game great replay value, so if you're a gamer that likes games with a lot of replay value, then this is the game for you. Character interaction is the best element in this game; it exceeds all expectations. I'm currently on my fifth play through, so that tells a lot about this game, and I'm not even a hardcore gamer when it comes to PC games.