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Dragon Age: Origins Collector's Edition -Xbox 360
- Travel across the vast and varied lands of Ferelden; from the conspiratorial halls of the last great dwarven city, Orzammar, to the untamed snarls of the Korcari Wilds.
- Exclusive Collector's Edition items including: a tin game case, a bonus content CD, a cloth game map, four pieces of in-game content and an unlockable item for 'Mass Effect 2.'
- at the heart of the storm sweeping across Ferelden. Decide the fate of nations, people and, ultimately, yourself. Just remember: for every choice, there is a consequence.
- Dragon Age: Origins features scalable combat options that let you decide the level of control you have over your party. Issue orders, set your own tactical AI, or take control of any party member to lead the charge.
- Your Origin Story will define how you see the world and how it sees you. These playable preludes will introduce you to the world and determine your motivations for becoming a hero, setting the tone for the entire story.
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Collector's
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Dragon Age: Origins is a very well thought out and then realized fantasy world. You start by making a choice... male or female and then - one of five different races (there are actually only three races, but elves and dwarves come in two different varieties each), one of three different classes (warrior, mage, or rogue) that will eventually branch off into one of four different specialties. Each choice has it's "Origins" in the form of a specific story line unique to each race with each class, obviously, taking a different approach to that story. I first played the human noble origin, and am now on the elves, then I'll do the dwarves... I'll take the race that I like playing the best and that will be my main character. (Seeming as there's an achievement for each Origin, it's rewarding to take this approach as well).
The graphics are incredible and the sound is just as incredible, I'm not actually sure that there is a way to play this game and *not* get immersed, no - lost, in it. I also like the controller scheme, it proved to be very intuitive once I spent a few minutes with it. There's only one action button (A) the other three are skill or talent specific with (RT) acting as a shift so you can get 2 sets of three commands (all mapable on the fly).Read more ›
If you don't want to read my retarded ode to Bioware, please skip ahead to where it says, "Actual Review!".
Ah, Bioware. You're like an old girlfriend. The one who defined love for me (1). Then you hurt me (2). I still loved you, but I didn't understand; why did you have to do that?
You went your way and I went mine. Eventually I learned to forget. I met new people; sometimes I'd fall in love, but it was never quite the same (3).
We'd see each other every couple years, and we'd have a lot of fun for a night or two (4). But other times I thought to myself, "What are you doing with your life? We could be happy together! Why are you doing this? (5). After these ultimately disappointing hookups I'd always dig up our old photos and go through them (6). I'm not ashamed to say I cried a little.
You always told me you were searching for something. Learning who you were, and how to be.
Then, one day in early November, you called me. You said, "I know now; I know who I am. I know where I belong: with you." And then you came back home to me.
Then it all became so clear; you HAD been learning. It was the old you, but a new version! Everything past was prologue to this; the version of you I always knew was there. I just needed to have faith, and you'd see it too, and we could get back what we had, what we'd always known was us.
I love you Bioware. I realize now I've always loved you. Thank you for being in my life.
1. Baldur's Gate I and II, the infinity engine that led to Icewind Dale, Fallout, and Planescape
2. Neverwinter Nights
3. The Elder Scrolls, Neverwinter Nights 2, FFX, FFXII
4.Read more ›
Now, regarding the title... I do not like Skyrim. It's interesting, but not fun to me. Dragon Age: Origins, however, is both interesting and fun. And there are fewer bugs!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
One of the best games of all time. This copy's slip case was slightly damaged and didn't have the cloth map, so watch ou for that if your buying used.Published 14 months ago by Nicholas Stephen Walker
the one i got did not work so they gave me my money back used the money to re-buy the game and i haven't stopped playing.Published 15 months ago by dallas jackson
I probably played this game through to completion 10xs. Each choice you make really impacts the story, and the different classes and "Origin" stories a classic must play.Published 20 months ago by Vincent
Product was as described but could of included a more detail descriptioned but overall satisfied, also should include tracking but still got here in a reasonable amount of timePublished 22 months ago by Minh
It was everything i could ever want in the collectors edition and this came with everything and in perfect condition.Published on August 6, 2013 by Nathaniel Elder
At first I didn't realize what I was getting into until when I picked up this game and when it first came out, but when I got half way into it and I broke free from the learning... Read morePublished on April 20, 2011 by Dark Star
Finally EA has entered the RPG world with Dragon Age and has done so with a class all its own. If you like open ended decision making role playing games, than look no further! Read morePublished on October 22, 2010 by BlagoSucks
This was a Christmas present for my dad. He and I have been huge fans of Bioware ever since Knights Of The Old Republic came out in 2003. This is one of his favorite games. Read morePublished on May 13, 2010 by Sci Fi Fan