Dragon Age Origins: Ultimate Edition - PC

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  • 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
  • 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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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.

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Platform:PC
ASIN B0045ZB66I
Release date October 25, 2010
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 7.5 inches
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Just bought Dragon Age Origins (ultimate edition). After putting about 12 hours into it, I can truly say that it's a wonderful game in the tradition of Bioware's Knights of The Old Republic, Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights; set in a new universe with dark fantasy and truly epic battles I haven't seen the like of since Peter Jackson's Return of The King. I'm not going to go into too much detail though, because there are many quality reviews here on Amazon and elsewhere on the internet. I want to share more the buying and installing experience.

First of all, there is no downside to paying an extra $10 and getting the "Ultimate Edition" Versus the standard "Origins". The Downloadable Content packs (7 packs) that are included in the ultimate edition cost about $15 a piece separately, so they are well worth it in the bundle. The DLCs themselves fit seamlessly for the most part into the main story, and add a great deal of adventure and added playtime to the story. Go for the Ultimate Edition by all means.

Installing... The DVD-disk physical copy version has two disks, both of which come in the box. They automatically patch the game up to 1.04 is it installs (the latest version), and install very easily and flawlessly. However, the DRM (Digital Rights Management, anti-piracy measures) is a nightmare.

As I read the terms of service (yes, I sometimes do that), I actually contemplated sending the game back. It was that bad.
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In the past I have chastised EA a number of times for its release of cookie-cutter games, crippled with atrocious DRM schemes. So, in all fairness, I now have to say this: DRAGON AGE: ORIGINS IS A GAMER's DREAM! It is an excellent game collection which (unfortunately...) does not come free of DRM madness. The original game and its expansion have only a simple disk-check; however, for some unfathomable reason, the DLCs/Packs in this edition have to be...downloaded (and activated) from EA's site. So, thank you EA for trying to listen to your customers but too bad you missed the cigar for not been able to hold it together to the end.

This is one of those games that are easy to control, a joy to roam through and fun to play at no end.
I am a huge cRPG fan and cannot remember such a great companion/squad cRPG ever since the Baldur's Gate Saga. And to tell you the truth, this is the game I was dreaming of being able to play one day while playing BG (yeah, by now we all know that NEVERWINTER NIGHTS never delivered).

There are about a dozen gender/race/class/background choices and a great many combinations in forming your party. The armor and the weapons are exceptionally made and everything shows on your characters. And the graphics are truly beautiful! You have to see the rendering of flames to believe them.
Nevertheless, what really stands out is the gameplay. Every battle is a puzzle to be solved, pausing ever so often to reallocate enemies to the best suited party members (a feature I loved in BG!). Of course one can always turn off the autopause feature and let the AI take over the rest of your party and turn the game into an hack&slash action RPG (not exactly my cup of tea but, hey, it's still nice to know it's there).
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I purchased everything separately as they were released; Origins, Awakening and all Downloadable Content. While DA:Origins is an awesome game, always will be in my book, the nastiness of DRM reared its ugly head at first with the DLC, and at that point there was still someone responding at Tech Support when the DLC would suddenly vanish as if never downloaded in the first place. With help I was able to 'reset' the content and it would become accessible again. Placing the games on my laptop was another matter all together. It wouldn't. The installation process insisted on a new copy of all discs and nothing that was already registered. For crying out loud, I wanted to take the game with me when I'm not at home! Nope, I'm not going to buy everything again!

Until this Collection came out. I thought, 'Hey! Great! Everything is here in one inexpensive package!' Wrong thought. While everything is bundled, more so are the DRM issues. As many have said, the biggest issue is with the DLC and now there's no one to help fix the issues or walk you through them - personally I don't think EA cares enough to have anyone help us game players. You can't get the DLC to work right even so without being connected to the internet, which blows my laptop plans out of the water.

While I try to understand gaming companies paranoia about stolen content, this DRM is killing the business. No one wants to deal with it so game sales are drying up. EA and others are just putting themselves out of business - oh well. The saddest thing about the nasty DRM being used are the tightly embedded rootkits that these companies are somehow getting away with installing.

Just FYI: If you plan to uninstall DA, be sure to remove the rootkit it leaves behind. It was a doosey to remove!
-Sarah Triplett
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