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Dragon Age: Origins

Electronic Arts
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ESRB Rating: M (Mature) i
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From the Makers of Mass Effect, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and Baldur's Gate comes an epic tale of violence, lust, and betrayal. The survival of humanity rests in the hands of those chosen by fate. You are a Grey Warden, one of the last of an ancient order of guardians who have defended the lands throughout the centuries. Betrayed by a trusted general in a critical battle, you must hunt down the traitor and bring him to justice. As you fight your way towards the final confrontation with an evil nemesis, you will face monstrous foes and engage in epic quests to unite the disparate peoples of a world at war. A romance with a seductive shapeshifter may hold the key to victory, or she may be a dangerous diversion from the heart of your mission. To be a leader, you must make ruthless decisions and be willing to sacrifice your friends and loved ones for the greater good of mankind.
  • A Stunning World to Explore: BioWare's deepest universe to date with over 80 hours of gameplay and more than double the size and scope of Mass Effect
    • Travel throughout dozens of environments and fully immerse yourself in a shattered world that is on the brink of utter annihilation
    • An epic story that is completely shaped and reactive to your play style
  • Complex Moral Choices: There are no easy choices
    • Tailor your Dragon Age: Origins experience from the very beginning by choose from six different Origin Stories
    • Decide how to handle complex issues like murder, genocide, betrayal, and the possession/sacrificing of children without the security of a good/bad slider to tell you what to do
  • Full Character Customization: Sculpt your hero in your own image or fantasy
    • Elaborate character creator allows you to create your own hero unique from anyone else
    • Shape your character's personality and morality based on the choices you make throughout the game
  • Engage in Bone-Crushing, Visceral Combat: Battle against massive and terrifying creatures
    • Unleash legendary powers and choose from over 100 different magical spells and skills
    • Experience the adrenaline rush of brutal combat, beheading your foes or casting spells that make enemies explode from within

Hard Drive Space:
20 GB HD space
Operating System:
Windows XP with SP3
Processor:
Intel Core 2(or equivalent) running at 1.4Ghz or greaterAMD X2(or equivalent) running at 1.8Ghz or
RAM:
1GB or more
Video Card:
ATI Radeon X850 128MB or greaterNVIDIA GeForce 6600 GT 128MB or greater

Connectivity:
PC Download version requires the EA Origin client to install and play
Download Client Required:
Origin

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Dragon Age: Origins
CollideSeven
1 year ago
One of the best RPGs to this day. This is a fantastic start to a fantastic series. Absolutely recommend this game. If you haven’t played it before, it’s never too late to pick it up and we’ve got time to kill before the next Dragon Age releases.
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5.0
Definitely up my ally
Jayne
4 years ago
Personally, this game is so far one of the best that I've played since D3/Reaper of Souls. The storyline is definitely interesting, the gameplay is fun and overall a pretty good game. I love the fact that there are cut scenes frequently because it makes it feel like you're watching a movie that you're the star of. I bought Origins and DA2 together and after playing half way through Origins, I was compelled to buy Awakening as well. If you're like me and love a really good story line to go with some action this game is for you.
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4.0
good game
Anonymous
9 years ago
its good but hard and get ready two put a lot of time in
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4.0
Definitely a game that wants to get serious!
JackRabbit
9 years ago
There is a modest learning curve in getting to know this game (atleast for me there was).The game controls and game menus and awesome powers and talents of the characters are very well thought out- the game requires it for all its depth! This game was everything I hoped for in a magic style good versus evil game! AWESOME special effects.*applaus*. Congratulations on a game that really delivers the goods, entertaining, and even scared my 10 year old daughter a few times while I was in a big ugly blood, magic, and giant fist smashing-down on the enemy battle. P.S. there is NOTHING cheap about any characteristics of this game-every movement was natural-NOT squared or cut cornered when the attack was coming 'round...which carelessly programmed games will have. To sum this game up, it is the kind of game that one could play multple times and find something different about it each time...play it -its a good game but give it a chance to grab you.
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5.0
Great for Any Level of Gamer
Rubiks
10 years ago
Dragon Age: Orgins (henceforth referred to as DAO) is one of the best games I have ever played. It's very interesting comparing how the different backgrounds and races are treated by others and how your character also reacts. The game gives you choices that are viewed as good or evil and the choices you make will affect the overall outcome of the game during the epilogue. I have had the game for a while and have yet to beat it as it is a very time consuming game. I have spent over 30 hours and am about 1/2-3/4 of the way through the game (which doesn't include any side quests or downloadable content quests), and that's just for one origin. So, theoretically, if you wanted to play all origins and see all possible endings, you would spend hundreds of hours playing it. The soundtrack to the game is amazing, my only complaint is that there are occasional buzzing noises, but that could just be my computer being at the minimum requirements for the game. There are four levels of difficulty: easy, normal, hard, and nightmare. Easy is best for the casual gamer and one who wants to experience the storyline and not struggle through the game and nightmare is great for the expert strategists. The graphics are really good for a PC game, the default setting may not look stunning, but turn the graphic and texture detail settings all the way up and it will look great. BUYER BEWARE: The PC game takes up around 15-20GB of space on your hard drive so if you don't have that much space I would advise solving that issue before purchasing this. DAO is an excellent game that I would recommend to anyone.
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5.0
The best RPG game since...ever!
SammiKC
10 years ago
Amazing game, amazing characters, amazing story line. It was so plot heavey, like heaven- but with more blood, romance, and humor! Really this has to be the best game I have ever played. I play it all the time, always with a couple of games going at once. I never really played video games before this, but now I cant stop! It is easy enough for casual/new gamers, while hard enough for hardcore gamers if they so chose! The best of the two that are out, with the second game lacking in the depth and plot. Play this! You will not regret it ;]
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5.0
10/10 - Almost Flawless!
Gwynivera
10 years ago
Dragon Age: Origins is by far one of the best games out there. Since I am a creative writer, I LOVE plot heavy games. This was perfect for me. I enjoyed every single minute of this game and even went back and played it three times, each with a different story. The game is extremely open-ended on how you can make your moral decisions, which creates a lasting appeal. The story ends different every time based on your choices. That's what I love about this game. I especially liked the deep character development and how you could become involved with your companions, since it made you feel as if you were in the actual word of Ferelden. The graphics were great, but definitely could have been a little better, considering that you had to load each area that you visited. That was a problem: the loading. Unlike how Bethesda made their game with Oblivion, Dragon Age had much more loading, since you must load each area you visit. The loading made me feel disconnected from the rest of the game. On the other hand, the plot and story development made up for what it was lacking. The fighting strategy was very easy, and I liked that aspect. It was extremely simple to switch from character to character during combat, and I absolutely loved how they set up the skills. I really wish more gamer companies would come forward with RPGs such as this. After playing this game, it's hard to play any of the others that I own. Seriously, do yourself a favor and buy this game. 10/10 -- Wow!
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4.0
I Luv this game!!!
portorock45
10 years ago
I am an avid PC gamer. I have tried all genres on the PC and let me say the Role Playing is the best genre to play on pc. Now i read through some of the other review before i wrote this one and for the most they were all good and to the point but there was one guy who said that there wasnt much action in this game etc etc. I really want to know what game he was playing. This game had plenty of action. It was a good story, and the plot was excellent, but the best of it all was nothing was exact. The way everything played out could have gone 200 different ways. I went back and replayed this game in every culture, Human, elf, dwarf, warrior, mage, etc. This is one game that swallows you up into the gameplay and story. I couldnt stop thinking of it when i wasnt playing it. Overall one the best games ever invented and i cant wait to play DA2. I know there will be more stories like Oblivion. The way this was layed out it could go on and on like that game but this one i played from the beginning woo hoo!!!!.
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5.0
DAO!
darkflame1993
10 years ago
First of all let me say this game is fantastic. in most games now a days they start off strong but lack an ending... this game doesnt. the story is amazing. the ending fantastic. DAO is a pretty long game so dont expect to beat it in one night
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4.0
Dragon Age's focus on story makes fantastic game
Will1934
10 years ago
I wasn’t expecting much from Dragon Age. Honestly, the name turned me away and made me dismiss the game as some geeky Medieval-themed game that we’ve all seen far too many times. Seems I was wrong. My favorite part of Dragon Age is the sheer intricacy of how the game can be played. From the beginning, the first thing that you will notice is the several dialogue options given in every conversation that ultimately influence how you will handle an event or person. Throughout the game, your choices will increase in how serious their impact is on a quest and the ultimate outcome of the game. Games like Dragon Age break the mold of traditional video games in the sense that the player writes the story as they choose. Through the numerous choices presented throughout the game, it can be said that, in a sense, every player’s gameplay experience ends up being a unique one. This also makes the game that much more addicting. Dragon Age’s plot can’t be spoiled like that of other games. Before long, I found myself playing through the game not because of the challenge of winning, but instead to see what was going to happen next in the story. In most games, the storyline is shoved under the table; it is set from the beginning of the game and the player can influence little of it. It ends up not being an essential part of the game. To compensate, these games rely on graphics, elaborate missions, and a good bit of bloodshed (and for those who love this in their games, Dragon Age won’t let you down). Dragon Age capitalizes on plot, but the developers knew that it would have to be player-interactive if it were to be the key part of the game. Every aspect of the story is based upon how the player wishes to play the game. You customize your own character in the beginning and pick what you want the background of this character to be (elf, human, dwarf, coming from nobility or a lower caste), which in turn will change how the game is played. The storyline is then consistently kept close with gameplay throughout the game, as every quest ties into the grand scheme of the plot and every task is relevant to the story behind your objectives. Some might say that a game like this ends up being too complicated if there are always different ways to do things, each with their own consequences later in the game. I, however, appreciate the extra effort put into Dragon Age’s story. It’s like playing a video game inside a good book, taking the interactivity video games have to offer and combining them with the good plot of a book to make one highly addicting game.
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