Dragon Age Origins

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Dragon Age: Origins - Development
... Memory 2 GB Hard drive space 17 GB Graphics hardware ATI X1600 or NVIDIA 7300 or greater Dragon Age Origins was first announced during E3 2004 as Dragon Age ... July 10, 2008, the title was changed to Dragon Age Origins ... The Dragon Age Character Creator was released on October 13, 2009, allowing players to create a character in advance and to import it into the full game upon release ...
Dragon Age: Origins
... Dragon Age Origins is a third-person single-player role-playing video game developed by BioWare's Edmonton studio and published by Electronic Arts ... It is the first game in the Dragon Age franchise ... BioWare describes Dragon Age Origins as a "dark heroic fantasy set in a unique world", and a spiritual successor to their Baldur's Gate series of games ...
Dragon Age: Origins - Reception - Awards
... of Interactive Arts Science's awarded Dragon Age as the "Role-Playing/Massively Multiplayer Game of the Year 2009" ... At the 2009 Spike Video Game Awards, Dragon Age Origins received the Best PC Game and Best RPG awards ... Dragon Age Origins was chosen as the PC Game of the Year, Best Xbox 360 RPG of the Year, Best Story of the Year, and Best PC Role-Playing Game of the Year by IGN ...

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