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Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate Edition - Playstation 3
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- Dragon Age Origins - You are Grey Warden, one of the last of this legendary order of guardians. With the return of mankind's ancient foe and the kingdom engulfed in civil war.
- Dragon Age Origins- Awakening Expansion Pack - The story of the Grey Wardens continues as you are named their commander. Fight new enemies, learn new skills and spells, and explore an all-new area of the world, Amarantine.
- All Nine Content Packs - Extend your adventure with The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, Return to Ostagar, Feast day Gifts, The Darkspawn Chronicles, Feast day Pranks, Leliana's Song, The Golems of Amgarrak, and Witch Hunt
- Critically acclaimed winner of more than 50 awards including over 30 'Best of 2009' awards. A tremendous $112 value at one low price.
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Platform: PlayStation 3
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Now for the "Take Note" portion of the review. The game manual is *extremely poor* at explaining how this game fully installs. Yes, like other PS3 games, you put the disc in the PS3 drive and if you have the autoplay option on (like most of us), the game starts up and installs itself and then goes through the updates (make sure you have an internet connection). *BUT* and this is really important - this first install is only for the main game. You will need to install each piece of the DLC (over a dozen installs) and NOT from inside the game. There are no codes to put in at the Playstation Store as all the DLC is on the disc. So after you've installed the main game and gone through the updates, QUIT the game. Then from the XMB (that's what Sony calls their menu system), below the DAO game disc icon, there should be an additional content icon (called Download Content, I believe). Selecting that icon will open a sub menu which lists each DLC individually. You then select the one you want to install and it will install to the PS3 hard drive. Do this for each piece of DLC that you want to install. When you're done, go back and select the DAO game disc icon to start the game and the add-on content should now be available. For the larger, standalone content (Awakening, Witch Hunt, etc.), you'll find that a new menu appears AFTER you select *new game* from the main game menu. Believe me, it took longer to find this all out then I care to admit but I want to save others the aggravation.
GOTY and Ultimate editions that I should write something
about it. ALL OF THE DLC IS ON THE DISC AND AWAKENINGS TOO!
this is perfect! Unlike Borderlands, no Voucher Code here!
you actually get it all on one disc. so if you haven't bought this
game yet then this is the time!
Like I said, you get all the DLC on this disc that means you get
The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, Return to Ostagar, Feast day Gifts, The Darkspawn Chronicles, Feast day Pranks, Leliana's Song, The Golems of Amgarrak, and Witch Hunt Plus Awakenings all on One Disc!!! a Steal!
quite simply put, one of the best RPG's ever you simply Must Own
this if you have not already bought the collectors edition
or the standard. for one it's nice NOT having to change discs during gameplay. and it's really nice to actually Own my DLC now.
for further information I provided my review below.
My Original Review of DA:O:
I cannot praise this game enough! it will be one of those I play again and again!
the size and scope of the game is incredible. when I started off I'd wager I spent two hours learning about my character's background.
you pick one of many origins (i.e. elf, dwarf, human, etc)(I chose Elf Mage)
and then begin with your origin story (which is like watching a full length movie and so well written the time just flys by)
and then you're tasked with your first quest and the game begins.
this game has more freedom of choice then most, such as make a deal with a demon, or kill it to save a child.Read more ›
Dragon Age sets a high watermark in narrative and character driven gameplay. The graphics are decent and the gameplay is good but the story, character interaction and an expansive and interesting world are what set this game apart as a must play.
The Ultimate Edition includes EVERYTHING:
Dragon Age Origins, The main game, +100 hours and worth $60 on it's own
Dragon Age Awakening, The expansion pack, events that take place after the events of Origins
ALL the DLC, including: An extra (awesome) character, A 'What if?" scenario, A prologue chapter, 2 epilogue chapters, 2 extra quests, Armor, Gifts and pranks.
All content is one 1 disc. NO VOUCHER! NO DOWNLOADS!
Save files are transferable between all editions of Dragon Age (and will transfer to Dragon Age 2)
Approximately 7GB needed to install everything (you can pick which content you want to install)
If you have any interest in playing this game, this Ultimate Edition is the only way to go.
The interactions you have with other characters, even the ones in your group, are extremely well-written. The amount of choices you can make that affect the outcomes of the lives of your teammates is staggering. Heck, I even killed a character who would have joined my group, eliminating him from the game forever in the process. You don't feel like you're being guided towards any conclusion or other, you feel like you have the power to control what happens. I had one character in my group leave the group and stand in our way because she didn't agree with the choice I had made to go into the next room and kill the demon inside. She had to die and I had to recruit another healer. The game doesn't feel like it gets in the way of what you want to do, it just presents choices and gives all the power of what happens to you.
Combat? Combat is tactical but easy enough. You can give your teammates tactics to follow so they automatically know how to respond in certain situations. Building a cohesive team while remaining a hero in your own right is essential to getting through this game. The boss fights are great, too, even if they aren't all that complicated most of the time. You can perform combinations to great effect in this game and your positioning relative to the battle is also very important. Once you learn the basics, you start to automatically get a feel for some of the more advanced stuff that comes later on.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good game but to many choices to make which changes how game progresses.Published 15 days ago by Larrie Miller II
This game is really boring to me. I also can't remember what special moves I have in which slots or them in general. Really confusing. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Benjamin Cohen
Bought this for my husband for Christmas and he played almost nonstop during his 2 week vacation. He loves it.Published 26 days ago by Crazymama