to be honest bioware should be ashamed at how many ...
10 September 2014
Summary: to be honest bioware should be ashamed at how many glitches this has since launch day, which is all of them even the backward templar armor on the female city elf, the healing stat on the armor still doesn't work, and half the tactics are still broken. modders for the pc have fixed everything bioware should have. and these guys made mass effect as well, something is clearly wrong here.
Summary: Great game with loads of content, but the PS3 version is much more unstable than the Xbox 360 version of this game. Glitches and game crashes are really prevalent in this version, but when it plays correctly, you can't beat the action RPG goodness!
Summary: Canadian developer BioWare made itself known with high-quality titles such as Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the Mass Effect series, also being responsible for the popular Baldur’s Gate titles. With Dragon Age: Origins, BioWare returns to a fantasy setting for a role-playing game, bringing the title to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, and providing an experience that’s pretty much on par with its best titles.
Another good RPG from Bioware with the typical Bioware RPGameplay features.Interesting and emotional sidestories make up for it's cliche main plot.
TidusandYuna1983ZackandAerith, Game Informer
16 January 2014
Summary: Dragon Age Origins is another great RPG from Bioware. It's story has a few emotional and interesting moments but it's main plot revolves around cliches that I've seen in other fantasy stories.It's story is set in a medieval age and creatures known as 'darkspawn' begin showing up and swarm the world and want to kill everything in their path.The times throughout history when the darkspawn show up is refered to as a 'blight' and obviously another blight is occuring.Special...
The journey is fun, but you might feel disappointed once you beat it.
SupaKoopaTroopa, Game Informer
28 November 2012
Summary: After spending 30-50 hours on this game, you might feel disappointed once you beat it. Story, Graphics and Gameplay: This is what was most fun about the game. Every interaction you made with NPC's were recorded dialog. No reading text on the screen. There are many different character paths you could take and experience, all with slightly different stories and dialog. You will notice that it steals from every RPG you can think of. LotR, Oblivion, WoW, everything.
Summary: This game was good, not great, but good. Pros: Great story, in depth-history, fantastic interaction with NPCs, ability to create your own character, and extremely high replay value. Cons: Horrible battle system, terrible inventory management, WAY to much in the way of codexes causing information overload, and easy to get burnt out with all the side-quests going on.
Summary: This isnt exactly a brand new game, but that doesnt make it any less fun. My wife and I played Dragon Age: Origins for probably nearly 50 hours. It was well written, funny, and hugely enjoyable for both of us. Sure, the graphics dont look as good as they could, but the game is a little bit older and that can be forgiven. At times, it actually adds to the enjoyment (if you set someone on fire right before a cutscene, they tend to remain on fire throughout the scene!).