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.
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...
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.
Summary: The ultimate edition is amazing, but as it has been pointed out there are still plenty of the bugs from the original release. It's sad that such a great company as Bioware would merge with one of the most pathetic gaming companies that exists, EA. You can see the level of quality EA puts out.
Summary: +Great story +Great gameplay +Characters you learn to love +Epic +Lots and lots of content for the money +Great soundtrack -Extremely difficult, unless playing as a mage, in which case the game is extremely easy. -Graphical bugs results in certain armors not displaying correctly.
Summary: finishing Dragon age: Origins made me feel like I'v played a true RPG. I don't usually play RPGs, so when I decided to play this game I wasn't exactly feeling like a "veteran" of the genre. The game has a predictable "Lord of the rings" tale that has that "good VS evil" feel to it.
Summary: Very Story driven. Very Lovable and in depth character in this game. Old school style rpg click and automatic attacks with hotkeys for skills, but compared to its pc cousin the console lacked a lot.
Summary: A novel first attempt at making a Dragon Age add-on (as opposed to add-in) DLC. The new (to the player at least) abilities and party members are fun for as long as it lasts. I wish BioWare had allocated more resources and time to this DLC since it shows more promise than the other cookie-cutter DLC...