Dragon Age: Origins is full of brilliant characters, which is just one of the reasons that it's an awesome little RPG. It's also packed to the brim with gore, so you can expect to spill a bit of blood during combat. Getting the Ultimate Edition'll reward you with the Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening expansion pack, along with some other bits of DLC. Amazon are parting with Xbox 360 and PS3 copies of the game for £14.99, which'll save you about £3 on both versions. Thanks to bobcsg @ HUKD.
There has been a fair bit of discussion on the boards recently concerning Bioware, and while many feel its sequel was not up to the standards they were expecting, Dragon Age: Origins was a hark back to the yesteryear of role playing games, and was all the better for it. If the PS3 owners among you all have yet to experience the story of the Grey Warden, Zavvi are offering the base game for under £8, which is £2 cheaper than the next best offer coming from ShopTo. So why is it considered the superior instalment? Its RPG elements are deep, there are some grand challenges to overcome, and its story was dark, intensive, and downright bloody from start to finish. If you’re not overly fussed with the DLC, it’s a great price to jump into Fereldan. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD!
Dragon Age II is currently one of the daily deals on Steam’s Summer Sale, although it’s not particularly great (in both price and content.) That said, thanks to a franchise sale you can pick up its predecessor for an actual bargain. At £8.50, it means you’ll save yourself £2.50 over the next best price over at Cool Shop. Along with the main game, you will get all nine DLC packs, along with the Awakenings expansion, meaning for the price you’re getting many, many hours of content in what some would describe as the superior entry in the series. Thanks to Kaptain77 @ HUKD for the find!