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Platform : Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
4.2 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews

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3.6 out of 5 stars (253) 6.49 GB $19.99
4.0 out of 5 stars (530) 12.4 GB $7.49
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  • ASIN: B006P28VBM
  • Release Date: December 29, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 85 customer reviews
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I enjoyed both games, but had an issue with product activation that may help.

When the program first launches it requires you to enter or create an EA/Origin ID.
I had the same similar error message for both games, but the actual solution for each was different:

The problem I had was that when I entered my information (existing account), I got a generic "We're sorry, an error has occurred." message.
After multiple exchanges with both Amazon and EA technical support - here was the solution:

For Dragon Age:

Download and install the Origin client and use that to activate the game. It will detect that it is already installed.
(same goes for Dragon Age II). Once the game is activated, and you run it at least once, you can uninstall the Origin client.
If you uninstall the "EA: Shared Component Game Activation" you will have to re-activate the game.

For Dragon Age II:

Even though you can create an account online and use special characters in your password, the game itself does not recognize it and you will get that generic error. Just use letters and numbers, and you should be able to connect to the Dragon Age Servers from within the game. Then all the DLC will be recognized.

Don't know why the same password only worked for Dragon Age and not Dragon Age II, but figured I would share my $.02 anyway.

Note: No problems with using the Amazon Downloader software. While you can use the Origin client to download and install the game - it has a terrible bug in that it may encounter an error, not complete the download, and delete all the downloaded data thus far (even trying to set the do not delete permissions on the folders doesn't resolve the problem).
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Although this game only activates on Origin and not on Steam I still think this bundle is a tremendous value for the money. I put well over 80 hours into Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition. Second game is not as good in my opinion but still worth giving a look if you're into the lore.

Origins terms of service are pretty broad and it gets me a little leary thinking about the nefarious things they could do that still doesn't detract (for me anyway) the awesome value of this bundle.
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To get to the point that people are trying to make:

You can register these games on origin (not needed to be on origin or register it on origin to play)

The pack comes with separate keys for each of the game:

DA:O game key and complete dlc key
DA2 game key and the black emporium key

You can register both keys (and dlc keys to unlock the content) on the bioware site.

For those that want to use origin: both keys will register but you have to put the dlc keys on the bioware site. Also the game does NOT autoupdate, so you have to install the patches manually from the bioware site.

Other than those things, the pack is a great deal and I had no problems installing it and running the game on my win7 x64 machine.
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It reminds me of Baldur's gate and Dungeon Siege. I did not have the DLC or activation issues that were mentioned in previous reviews. It was pretty painless. 10 bucks for 2 games is a great deal.
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By Mom on April 12, 2012
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First of all, let me speak to the installation of the game. *After* everything was downloaded it took several hours before I could actually play Dragon Age Origins at all. It took several additional days before I could play the DLC that comes with this package. Eventually I found out I had to manually patch to version 1.05 (or higher presumably) in order to get the DLC to work. This is also supposed to fix the crashing bug I was experiencing.

There is nothing in the game or on Bioware's website that directed me to this solution. I eventually browsed the DAO forums and found a link to the EA support site (NOT the Bioware support site which the game directs you to). The efficient EA tech support patiently helped me resolve the issue. But all told this was the worst installation I have experienced since the world wide web was born.

As for the game itself ... it was ok. The controls and gameplay are good enough. The story is darker and more predictable than I would wish. There are no shocks and no real chance at heroism or villainy as you might find in other Bioware titles. It is very much Baldur's Gate 3 but replacing the humor with bloody choices where every success is tinged with failure. In this way it was too much like covering real life in blood and shoving a few demons in.
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$9.99 for the first dragon age + expansion AND dragon age 2?!
That is days of high quality gameplay. Dragon Age is a classic, and Dragon Age 2 is a pretty good game too.

Review for Dragon Age:
If you haven't played this game, do it now!

Review for Dragon Age 2:
If you can get over the fact that you do not play as the same character as the first Dragon Age, then it is a pretty damn good game. Dragon Age 2 is a bit more simplified than its predecessor, but that also means less time sifting through clutter in your inventory. The consolidation is comparable to Mass Effect -> Mass Effect 2.

The downside is that it does have less customization than the first game. It almost seems like they tried to dumb the game down to attract a broader audience, but instead ended up disappointing the fans of the original game.

That being said, I still really enjoyed this game. The combat is fun, faster paced than the first game, but also with less strategy involved. The first game kicked my ass at times when I just rushed into a place with no strategy, but Dragon Age 2 (on normal difficulty anyway) allows you to charge headfirst without much forethought.

The story is what you would expect from a Bioware game, excellent.
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