- Dragon Age: Awakening 1600 Microsoft Points
- Return to Ostagar 240 Microsoft Points
- Warden's Keep 400 Microsoft Points
- Blood Dragon Red Avatar T-shirt 40 Microsoft Points
The Awakening deal's worth a look. While it's still slightly cheaper to get a good deal on a physical copy, many gamers will appreciate the increased convenience of the downloadable version. Awakening adds a substantial new campaign, new characters and some seriously tough decisions that'll test your moral fibre to the limit.
Return to Ostagar allows your team to revisit the abandoned battlefield in order to bury the late king and get up to some serious looting. It's a short, sweet and arguably unnecessary little jaunt... but it offers a few gamerscore and a nifty set of armour for your trouble.
Warden's Keep is another brief sideline that promised to open up the titular stronghold as a base of operations. It lied. Whilst the new party chest finally allows you to store items for later, the Keep plays no further significant role in the campaign. 400 points still isn't great value for this swift little diversion.
In other Dragon Age DLC news, yet another content pack has arrived today. Golems of Amgarrak delivers a hardcore (read: very difficult) delve into the dwarven mines on the trail of a lost expedition. Is the difficulty spike making up for a lack of content? Go figure.