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 shape-shifter 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.
Minimum System Requirements
OS – Windows XP/Vista/7 Processor – intel core 2 Single 1.6GHz Processor or equivalent AMD Athlon 64 2.0GHz or faster Memory – 1GB/ 1.5GB for Vista, 7 Hard drive – 24GB DVD-Rom 8x speed Video Card – 128MB for XP/ 256 for Vista,7 Sound card – DirectX 9.0c Compatible DirectX – version 9.0c
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by Emmanuel on October 7th 2014
Dragon Age Origins is pretty damn good. The "origins" concept gives you a nice lead in to the game, it grounds your character to the world and the storyline. The game play is solid and the storytelling is pretty decent, however it suffers from one major flaw to the main story. it basically tells you what's going to happen almost right from the start.
by Shaun on July 28th 2013
dragon age origins is a wonderful game during the story after the story it is dull unless you have the down loadable content but that will only last you so long, the great thing about this game is that you can replay the story several times and still find it enjoyable because of the multiple choice system and wide range of weaponry.
by Amy on April 12th 2013
With an estimated 40-60 hours for a relaxed, fairly expansive play through, and the choices of origin, class and race to ensure at the very least two to four replays, Dragon Age: Origins may well be one of the most addictive, satisfying and life-swallowing RPGs that you can play offline.
The storyline is definately its best quality, managing to keep you drawn into the universe of origins.
by Julian on April 1st 2013
This game is simply BioWare at their best. The companions are always entertaining and engaging, and the story and lore is actually intriguing - I find myself reading all the codex entries for once. Also, better than its sequel in both scope and gameplay. If you like medieval fantasy RPGs at all, you owe it to yourself to check this one out.
by Louise on February 23rd 2013
It's a great game with loads of extra content. If you enjoy it you're not going to get tired of it, that's for sure, every time you play there's different paths you could take depending on how you choose to play your character. The fact that you can choose to play as a male or female character is definitely a major draw for myself and a lot of my friends. It's not very often these sort of games give you that possibility they've mostly targeted the male gamer. I love that I can carry my character over to the next installment and find out more about other characters through the side games. It's definitely worth a try.
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