Summary: Pricing was good at the time. A decent game but not quite up to the level of an Elder Scrolls title. A bit repetitive and tedious at times but it kept me interested enough to complete the game and some side missions.
Summary: Aside from a brief hiccup because my computer went to sleep during the download, I've only had one problem - I can't access my downloadable content. I'm waiting for an email from the Amazon help people but, this aside, the game is awesome.
Summary: This was probably the last Bioware RPG to be made in their unique style (create a character, and recruit a variety of personality-heavy companions to join your epic quest to save the world). It is in some ways a spiritual successor to their earlier D&D licensed titles, but takes place in a new universe of Bioware's creation. There is a ton of lore to be discovered, lots of places to explore, and a significant level of control over character development and party makeup.
Summary: While DA:O isn't the most original game ever created, in regards to the plot, it more than makes up for it by being complex, compelling, and dark. Also, LGBT-inclusive! The dwarf origins storylines are the standout for me. Brilliant game.
Dragons Age origins is the best dragon age game yet!
Jorge Revollo, Amazon
15 July 2013
Summary: I really recommend the ultimate edition because it will give you a bigger picture of the world around you (Ferelden and beyond) All the adventures included have different main plots and so it doesn't get boring, everything feels like something new. the original game is great and it's Dlc's all present nice stories. Regarding the price, I think it's more than ok, more or less the same price you get for Dragon Age 2 core game, but the first as I said is definitely better.