Summary: The game is great don't get me wrong, but when I received the game in the mail, the artwork part of the case was folded in places it shouldn't be and dirtied. When I bought the game it said its condition was, "used and very good;" however, it was not. It also said the packaging was in "great shape." In case this review doesn't tell anyone who sees this where I bought this game I will. I bought it from Bargain Basics.
Summary: I was excited to hear about the new combat system, and even more excited over the demo. Unfortunately the game felt unfinished, lots of things left out, holes in the story, and repeat of area maps. I had fun playing the game, and would reccommend it to others into this genre, but when compared to the first Dragon Age it is a dissapointment.
Summary: The storyline of this game was interesting to me,but it was way too short. It took me only 8 or 9 hours to beat this game. I wasted **$ dollars on it. The map for the game was also way too small with only about 5 or 6 different places to travel. The other parts to this game were fun, but it needed to be way longer than this. Hopefully when EA and Bioware make another one it will be long and more place to travel. I would not really recommend this to anyone.
Summary: This Game's Graphics are terrible but the game is brillant one of the best RPG Games i've ever played but it is also like a MMO Game if you buy games for Graphics I would suggest Renting it before buying it
A more up to date perspective, it's an old game now, times have moved on?
3 March 2012
Summary: So much has already been said about this game, good and bad, so I'll get straight to the point. In my opinion - it's now really showing it's age. I'm not being unfair, it's just as good (or bad) a game as it was a couple of years back, but even then people commented on how bad the graphics were at times. Nowadays though, unfortunately this game really looks "of it's time". The graphics are muddy and non-detailed. There is also some juddering.
Summary: Dargon Age: Origins is a great game with a cliche but engaging story. The main selling point of this game is the fact that your choices have a great effect on the development of the story right from the beginning, your first choice will be to choose an Origin, Human Noble, Wizzard, City Elf, Dalish Elf, Dwarf Noble or Dwarf Commoner.
Summary: There's not a whole lot else to be said about Dragon Age by this point. It's a fantastic return to form for Bioware, who have struggled to produce anything decent since the first Knights of the Old Republic game. With Dragon Age they have taken the KoTOR formula of combining real time and turn based RPG gaming and thrown it into a blender with Oblivion, Lord of the Rings and a small pinch of Mass Effect to create a genuinely epic RPG that couples satisfying, rewarding...