Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate Edition [Download]

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Get the ultimate Dragon Age experience! Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition includes: Dragon Age: Origins. You are a 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, you have been chosen by fate to unite the shattered lands and slay the archdemon once and for all. Explore a stunning world, make complex moral choices, and engage in bone-crushing combat against massive and terrifying creatures. 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, Amaranthine. All Nine Content Packs Extend your adventure with The Stone Prisoner, Warden's Keep, Return to Ostagar, Feastday Gifts, The Darkspawn Chronicles, Feastday Pranks, Leliana's Song, The Golems of Amgarrak, and Witch Hunt. Collect new rewards, gain new party members, and more as you delve deeper into the Dragon Age storyline.

  • Includes The 2009 RPG Of The Year Dragon Age: Origins, The Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Expansion Pack, Plus All Nine Additional Content Packs
  • Critically acclaimed winner of more than 50 awards including over 30 "Best Of 2009" awards
  • A tremendous $114 value at one low price

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  Minimum Specifications: Recommended Specifications:
OS: Win 7, Vista and XP
Processor: 1.6 Ghz 2.4Ghz
RAM: 1 GB 2 GB
Hard Drive: 20 GB  
Video Card: 256 MB 512 MB
Additional Info: In order to play the expanded content for Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate edition, it must first be activated online. If you were not able to activate your expanded content during installation, you can try again at any time before playing, by visiting the following web page: http://go.bioware.com/dragonage/pc/dlcactivate/en.
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Platform:PC [Download Code]
Release date October 25, 2010
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3.7 out of 5 stars 265 customer reviews

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By J. Matthew Casperson on September 8, 2011
Platform for Display: PC [Download Code] Verified Purchase
Game Summary

Dragon Age Origins (DAO), is a single-player game of incredible depth. I wouldn't consider the game old, but it did come out about two years ago and has already spawned a sequel (more on that later). Though DAO was released on several platforms, it was primarily designed for the PC, which is what I played it on.

Without a exposing too much of the plot, you play a central protagonist who becomes a member of a unique fighting force known as the Grey Wardens. Your mission is straight-forward enough: to defend the land of Ferelden from an invasion of demonic darkspawn. That two-sentence synopsis is a gross oversimplification, but trust me, the less you know going into this game, the better. If you must know more spoilers, you know how to find them.

Presentation - 4 out of 5 stars

While the gist of the story may not seem like anything revolutionary, it is in its execution which makes DAO special. As soon as you jump in, you're going to realize that some serious world-building has taken place. These aren't just massive environments for the sake of being massive, these are areas chalk-full of goodies to explore, people to converse with, and baddies to slay.

The game's sound is one of its greatest strengths. Every person/creature you come across is excellently voiced and the musical score is nothing short of breathtaking. The graphics are the only deduction I give here. Not because they aren't good; they're just not great compared to everything else. At times there is some awkward NPC movement and minor choppiness can occur during spells or huge battles. They're good enough to appreciate from time to time though. With the right hardware, textures are sharp.
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After spending nearly a day downloading this game, the installation failed at 70 percent. I looked it up and all sorts of people have been having this issue for over a year now and it's never been resolved. Apparently, it's due to corrupted RAR files in the download. I was finally able to circumvent the issue by downloading the game again, substituting good RAR files from the new download for the corrupted ones in the old download, and installing it from there. All in all, the process was way more work than I would have liked. Had I known about it beforehand, I would have just bought a physical copy of the game.

The game itself, however, is great! It runs perfectly. The story and structure are brilliant, the controls intuitive, the classic RPG feeling genuine, etc. I truly recommend this game if you're willing to suffer through some hassle downloading it.

I would have given this game five stars if not for the download process.
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As others mentioned: nothing wrong with Amazon; the problems are all EA/Bioware's fault.

EA's forums are filled, two years later, with customers who still can't get the downloadable content to work. There is no - zero, no none, nada - support from EA. Two years later, EA's official response is still, "Other people can get it to work." THE SIMPLEST user-generated fixes consist of text-editing XML files, command-line path edits, and/or using developer console tools.

DO NOT pay extra for the Ultimate Edition download. There is a significant chance that you will never be able to play any of the DLC, or that your DLC will at some point become "corrupted" or "unauthorized" after partial play. If you want the DLC, perhaps you should consider obtaining an alternate version and burning it to a CD so you can access it without connecting to EA. Note that I have not done this, but I'm sure a reasonably savvy gamer can figure out how to obtain an "alternate version". Online forums contain a number of reports that those playing "alternate versions" experience far fewer problems than those of us who paid for the downloadable version.

The main game (ex-DLC) works reasonably well. Load times can be significant but crashes are infrequent. Game design itself is decent. A reasonably good compromise between an adventure-focused RPG and an micromanagement tactical slugfest. Personally, in terms of design/playability I would rate Elder Scrolls:Oblivion a 4 and DA:O a 3.
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Bought this game on the packaged bundle with DA2 for $12.50 because the bargain was too good to be true. Turns our you really get what you pay for. It was my first (and last) game download purchase from Amazon. They had a chance to pull me away from Steam and failed. Your experience may vary as one can see from reading all the reviews on this game (for some people it works flawlessly, others encounter issues too numerous to list). I hope Amazon will not edit my review and at least 1 or 2 poor souls looking to get the game they paid good money for to work can make use of my experience described below.

The game file is big and aware of that, I downloaded it from work. Download speed there is faster and instead of taking days (meaning pauses to download etc...) I could get it done in a couple of hours while leaving the PC (docked and wired connection) behind for meetings. So I did try to take precautions given the numerous reviews mentioning file corruption.

Back at home I try to install the game and it fails with the least informative error message ever "DA:O failed to install" and some generic "Why don't you try again?" kind of suggestion for a fix. So I make sure I go to task manager and kill every possible task I can and try again, this time keeping an eye on the boring install window to try to catch the issue. At around 70% of the install it hangs up and I was quick enough to capture a screenshot. So I found my corrupt file. In my case it was "addins\dao_prc_ep_1\core\env\vgk200d\vgk200d_1216.gpu.rim", yours may be different. Shortly after the hang up the failed install message showed again.

Wondering if anything went wrong with the download I decide to try again.
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