value score is the easiest portion of this review:
regardless of platform the content of Dragon Age is deep and lasting.
DLC add-ons available the day the game ships even the speediest of
have plenty to keep them busy, and the downloadable toolkit
gamers a means to pump out additional content for themselves and their
The only downside to the game is lack of a multi-player
facet, but with
such a compelling single-player story to tell you will hardly miss
replayability factor of Dragon Age is very high. The
game offers three starting points, each with their own vantage
the world, and populated with unique people to meet during your
add in the different classes to each starting area and you have that up
perspectives to play from , making this a game that will almost compel
play it again. Not to mention, the nice thing about all role playing
the ability to choose how to play your character, and Dragon Age is no
different; sinner or saint, the choice is yours and will definitely
Pros and Cons
living world that begs to be explored.
of quests, both plot driven and optional, to keep you as busy as you
want to be.
characters that you will quickly become attached to.
system allows complete control over party members
game saving and slow voice acting can lessen immersion factor.
system has learning curve and can sometimes not function correctly.
has delivered the goods once again--a top notch role
playing game that is both challenging and compelling. No matter what
of RPG prowess you’ll find the perfect amount of gaming here,
prefer a cut to the chase hack and slash or a slow journey from one end
world to the other; it’s all available. One of the finest
examples of the genre
to come out in the last ten years, Dragon
Age Origins is an instant
classic that should be in every gamer’s library.
- Game Name: Dragon Age: Origins
- Review Date: November 11th, 2009