Dragon Age:Origins Review

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Just a small review for this week’s entry. Last year, I bought Dragon Age: Origins, so I’m writing a review of the first game in the series now in anticipation of the “sequel” which should be released next month in March. First, one thing that bothers me about “classical” RPGs is that you can’t have a competent “frost mage.”  The fireball is always the default attack spell in the spellcaster arsenal. Unfortunately, I don’t like using the fireball, but I do like slowing down opponents with ice.  (Ice is a worthy adversary – ed.) So, I am beginning to get enthusiastic about Dragon Age: Origins, simply because I got to play as a true frost mage while kicking ass and taking names.

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