Excerpt: The Dragon Age series is known for a lot of things: amazing character depth, a complex back story, seemingly endless questing, great graphics, voice acting, and for most people - fun. But it's also known for something else: DLC.
Summary: Morrigan's sharp tongue and vain indifference made her one of Dragon Age: Origins ' most intriguing characters, so you might have been excited to learn of her return in that role-playing game's newest downloadable content, Witch Hunt.
Pros: Some of the environments look lovely, A cool boss fight
Cons: Morrigan's role is so tiny that it's practically unnecessary, Throwaway party members, Way too easy, Story lumbers toward an ending that illuminates nothing
Excerpt: Ah, Dragon Age: Origins , the latest-and-greatest, highly anticipated role playing game from Bioware, is on the shelf, available for twitchy-fingered gamers in-the-know and looking for a medieval adventure with the grand scale of Bioware's Mass Effect .
Excerpt: Dragon Age Origins is a display of Bioware's prowess that started in another age. Multiple endings, a myriad of beginnings, countless ways to play a single class, and much more did not provide players by playing through numerous times. It demanded that you play the game in other ways.
Conclusion: Dragon Age: Origins is a well-crafted role-playing game for the consoles. The storyline is among the best for this generation making Dragon Age: Origins a must-have RPG. Once gamers meet Shale, the “Stone Prisoner” from the downloadable content, they’ll soon realize how addicting it can be to hold...
Excerpt: Dragon Age: Origins has seen quite a bit of DLC since its release, most of it of the less-than-substantive variety. Not so with Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening. Itï¿½s more useful to think of it as an RPG expansion in the classic sense: full of additions both subtle and bold, and big enough for...
Excerpt: Let me tell you right now: Justice is "that one BioWare NPC" in Dragon Age: Origins -- Awakening . You know who I mean; how in every BioWare game one of your party members utterly breaks out to become a bizarre and awesome character. For the Baldur's Gate franchise, it was Minsc, the insane ranger.
Pros: you like badass characters, exploring different regions and solving puzzles.
Cons: you dislike Dungeons and Dragons, caste systems and magic.