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After four hundred years since the last Blight, a new Archdemon seeks to destroy the land of Ferelden. It is up to the player - as one of the remaining Grey Wardens - to unite the divided armies of Ferelden and save humanity.

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Steve Valentine ... Alistair (voice)
Peter Renaday Peter Renaday ... Duncan (voice)
Kate Mulgrew ... Flemeth (voice)
Tim Curry ... Arl Rendon Howe (voice)
Corinne Kempa ... Leliana (voice)
Simon Templeman ... Teyrn Loghain Mac Tir / Caladrius / Bann Ceorlic / Emissary Pether / Haven Guard / Ostagar Tranquil / Kennel Master / Tranquil Proprietor (voice)
Claudia Black ... Morrigan (voice)
Steve Blum ... Oghren / First Enchanter Irving / Gorim (voice)
Mark Hildreth ... Sten / Sergeant Kylon / Emissary Fellhammer / Wise Human Male / Gossip / Orzammar Royal Escort / Proving Fan / Disgruntled Patron / Hooded Courier / House Dace Mercenary / Proving Guard / Orzammar Lesser Noble (voice)
Susan Boyd ... Wynne / Ostagar Revered Mother / Fade Revered Mother / Redcliffe Old Woman (voice) (as Susan Boyd Joyce)
Jon Curry ... Zevran Arainai / Ser Landry / Fort Drakon Captain (voice)
Patrick J. Adams ... Baizyl / Orzammar Noble / Blood Mage / Circle Tower Templar / Circle Tower Apprentice Mage (voice)
Jocelyn Ahlf Jocelyn Ahlf ... Mithra / Ostagar Priest / Ostagar Cleric / Highever Servant (voice)
Philip Anthony-Rodriguez ... Disciple Havard / Templar Dreamer / Dust Town Beggar / Fade Mage Instructor / Proving Spectator / Royal Palace Servant (voice)
Matthew Ashforde Matthew Ashforde ... Ser Gilmore / Weylon / Healer Veras / Chantry Brother / Denerim Estate Guard / Miner / Redcliffe Militiaman / Franderel Servant / Crimson Oars Mercenary (voice)

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After four hundred years since the last Blight, a new Archdemon seeks to destroy the land of Ferelden. It is up to the player - as one of the remaining Grey Wardens - to unite the divided armies of Ferelden and save humanity.

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At one point in the game, The Warden can obtain a long sword named "Oathkeeper". The sword is described as a blessed blade commissioned by The Chantry and given to Templars as a reward for their deeds. It has been speculated that the sword is an homage to George R.R. Martin's book series "A Song of Ice and Fire", as the sword shares the same name as the sword given to Jaime Lannister by his father Tywin, which Jaime later passes to Brienne of Tarth who then names the sword. It is known that the book series was an inspiration during game development. See more »

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Alistair: Before us stands the might of the darkspawn horde. Gaze upon them now, but fear them not! This man beside me is a native of Ferelden, risen to the ranks of the Grey Wardens. He is proof that glory is within reach of us all. He has survived, despite the odds. And without him, none of us would be here. Today we save Denerim. Today we avenge the death of my brother, King Cailan! But most of all, today we show the Grey Wardens that we remember and honor their sacrifice! For Ferelden! FOR THE GREY ...
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20 February 2010 | by sethdevanSee all my reviews

For those looking to truly immerse themselves into an RPG experience this is it. Combined with amazing visuals, unique combat settings and varied character building options. Players face a multitude of decisions that shape the storyline (sometimes more so than others) but at the very least change how your allies interact with you and even how they fight. I can admit that there were times I felt like I had to step away because I faced so much decision, but this is a testament to how emotionally engrossed the game kept me rather than seeming forced or excessive. Dragon Age - Origins is simply everything you want in a Fantasy-based RPG. It's a pleasure to both watch and play on the PS3. Here's my money, BioWare, take of it as you please provided games like this keep coming.


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