Reviews and Problems with Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening
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A Return to Thedas
Juan A Horrillo, Amazon
24 July 2015
Summary: It's ok for the price, and the gameplay is more of the same.. which is not a bad thing. I felt I spent most of my time handling and managing items though so be prepared for that. But that is to be expected in an expansion that's really just a glorified drawn out endgame for the first DAO.
Summary: It's just boring. I really liked Dragon Age Origins, and I played through it three times, which for me is unheard of. But because I'm an extreme cheapskate, I wasn't going to pay full price for DLC, no way.
Summary: I just recently purchased Dragon age Origins and Its DLC content and also Dragon Age 2. I also purchased Awakening today March 5th. Down loaded it three times that went okay but install would only bring up the game main menu For Dragon Age Origins.
Summary: The expansion has a few bugs, but the ones I can't tolerate (the Silverite Mine Glitch and the Blackblade armor set being incomplete) have fan-made fixes by now. (And this is why toolset compatibility is a good thing.
Summary: It isn't perfect -- no game is, but this was so much fun! I love it! After I completed it, I immediately started over, because I wanted to see what changed if I made a different race or made different choices. I'm almost finished with my third play through, and I still like it just as much.
Summary: Many of you have played this game already, a few might be new to the series. I was in the mood to replay the series and I couldn't find the key code from the original that I'd purchased a year or more previous. A quick download off of Amazon and I was all set.
Summary: I played through a new character in Dragon Age Origins before playing this expansion, Awakening. It allowed me to import the character from Origins and the process worked perfectly. My armor, weapons, inventory, skills, etc. were all there.
Summary: This expansion offers exactly what one wants in an expansion to one of the best PC RPGs of all time. Atmosphere, moral ambiguity, and great characters make this essential to fans of the original game.