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Dragon Age Origins: PC Version Review

Posted Wed, Nov 11, 2009 by Medawky

In this day and age of rampant internet growth and the desire by many to be always connected, it is a rare thing to find a game with no multi-player aspect, rarer still is it for that game to feel as immersive and massive as it's online only counterparts. BioWare has once again gone to the creative well and drawn up a masterpiece with their newest RPG offering, Dragon Age Origins. Want to know what sets this game apart and has gamers bleary eyed in the morning from playing into the wee hours of the night? Join Medawky as he delves into epic tale in our complete review of the game.

There are a few things in life that are safe bets: the sun rising in the east, the Yankees winning one out of four World Series' and BioWare making the best damned RPGs in the business. That’s probably why anticipation levels for the newest offering from the storied developer were near record highs as November 3rd, or DA-Day as it is now know, drew near. Now that launch day has come and gone, it’s time for gamers to decide whether BioWare still reigns supreme, and whether Dragon Age Origins lived up to the hype and delivered just the type of story rich immersion that is the hallmark of a BioWare game.

Click here for the entire review.
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