Dragon Age: Origins | Retro Review
Dragon Age: Origins is a single-player fantasy RPG that can be called the spiritual heir of the famous Baldur’s Gate. Gamers will wander through the fairy-tale world as part of a squad, fighting side by side with its members and communicating with them.
Negotiations, in general, mean a lot in this game – the replicas and behavior of companions directly depend on what situation you are in and what decisions you make at one time or another.
By the way, gamers can take up to three teammates with them at the same time, which makes each sortie from the camp memorable and unique.
The plot of Dragon Age: Origins is extremely full of details and various surprises. All occurring events are recorded in the game journal, which also notes conversations and many other incidents.
The passage of the game takes more than a hundred hours – with the completion of all side quests, of course. Gamers will visit both large cities and small villages, explore various ancient ruins, go down deep underground and take a walk through the elven forest – the geography of visits in the game is huge.
In total, six unique storylines are available in the game, and the plot component depends on the race and class of the character. Gamers are offered a choice of three separate races (humans, dwarfs, and elves) and three main classes (warrior, rogue and mage).
In addition to this, the character receives skills inherent only to his class, skills and special skills that can be learned through books or communication with other characters.
Also, the character receives skills inherent only to his class, skills and special skills that can be learned through books or communication with other characters. In Dragon Age: Origins there are a lot of options for the upgrade of the character. Also, due to the flexible role system, to the end of the game, you can create two completely different characters, even despite their identical background.