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.
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.
An instant classic.StormGryffen | Jan. 7, 2014 | See all StormGryffen's reviews »
Dragon Age Origins is a great game with a great story and a decent RPG combat system. This is an RPG done correctly, with just enough choice and consequences to leave you feeling like the character you create has a unique tale. The characters are interesting and the relationship system in the game is engaging and fun, if a little simplistic and flawed (you can just bribe everyone with gifts to make them love you).
Some of the choices you make in this game have consequences in Dragon Age 2 if you load your character file into that game. Although Dragon Age 2 is a completely separate experience and is a pretty bad game, I have hopes that my Dragon Age Origins adventures will have an impact on the third upcoming game in the series.
A really good game.Xgoesrawr | Dec. 28, 2013 | See all Xgoesrawr's reviews »
Dragon Age is easily one of the best RPG games out there.
A single play through of this game will last you a pretty long time and because there is multiple endings you'll want to play it more than once.
The expansion ('Awakening') had some nice things that I wished the main game had. As for the other DLCs I really liked the "Return to Ostagar" and "Leliana's Song" as they had the better stories.
This game is a must have for anyone who likes RPGs.
One of My FavoritesIncendia_Intus | Nov. 21, 2013 | See all Incendia_Intus's reviews »
This was a throwback of the older RPGs I grew up with for me, with updated graphics and a few new mechanics. The combat was easily my favorite part. I paused often, turning it into more of a turn based RPG. However, it can also be played in real-time effectively.
The storyline itself was generic, and I don't really see the praise it gets. The characters themselves, though, were entertaining and interesting. Getting to know each and every one of them on a deeper level was satisfying.
The game and all of the DLC sucked up a huge chunk of my time, in a good way. I've replayed the base game more times than I remember, each with a different class.
If you're a fan of RPGs, this is definitely one you don't want to miss.