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Dragon Age: Origins Collectors Edition £20.98 @ Game [PS3 Games]

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Dragon Age: Origins Collectors Edition £20.98 @ Game [PS3 Games]

Game have recently slashed the price of their Collectors' Edition of Dragon Age (presumably in response to the release of Awakening) and now you can get your hands on it for just over £20! Although this is supposedly a retailer exclusive, Cool Shop are also offering what appears to be the exact same version of the game. However, Game can rest easy, as Cool Shop's price (£44.49) is more than double that of their deal.

The Collectors' Edition features a blu-ray disc packed with all the usual sorts of things you'll probably pay very little attention to ("Making of" documentary, trailers, video of concept art, strategy tips and soundtrack), 3 bits of in-game content (Bergens Honour, Grimoire of the Frozen Wastes and Final Reason),  an unlockable item for Mass Effect 2 (nice bit of cross-marketing there guys!) and unlockable bonus quest The Stone Prisoner with attendant unlockable character Shale. And it all comes packaged in a fancy plastic box!

Dragon Age: Origins is the story of the land of Ferelden and the dreaded "Blight" of darkspawn which has returned to spell out its doom. You take on the role of a new recruit to the Grey Wardens who are sworn to protect the land from the Blight.

While this tale may not be the most original or revolutionary, it is bound to draw you under its spell thanks to its perfect pacing and beautifully realised characters. It's not the best looking game out there by a long shot but this in no way impairs just how enjoyable it is to play and how much of an essential purchase this is to any game fan who does not shudder at the first mention of dwarves and elves.

Want to know more? Check out Matt's review here

Thanks to azzaed at Hotukdeals!

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Tyron  Apr. 5, 2010 at 18:42

Bought it! Expecting it tomorrow or wednesday...if the postie hasn't borrowed it over the holiday.

Tyron  Apr. 5, 2010 at 20:01

Also got to LOL at the idea of their "click and collect"...it'll take 2 days to get to the store before you can pick it up - I'd rather wait 2 days for them to send it to me.

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