Dragon Age: Origins Previews - PC

Dragon Age: Origins
Game Description: BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins takes players on an epic RPG adventure as they battle against an ancient evil known as the Blight. As a member of the Grey Wardens, you must travel the lands and assemble an army capable of defeating the Blight before it's too late.
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    EA E3 '08 Press Conference Archive

    EA's entire press conference from E3 2008, including looks at Rage, Dragon Age: Origin, Nucleus, EA Sports All Play titles, Spore, Mirror's Edge, Dead Space, Sim Animals and more.

    Posted: Jul 14, 2008 | 56,689 Views | 1:12:46 | 137 Comments

  • Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Launch Trailer

    Posted: March 16, 2010

    5,497 Views | 00:45

  • Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Disciples Trailer

    Posted: March 4, 2010

    6,688 Views | 00:56

  • Adam Sessler Interviews BioWare's Dr. Muzyka And Dr. Zeschuk

    Posted: March 3, 2010

    12,248 Views | 08:24

  • Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Mhairi Reveal Trailer

    Posted: March 3, 2010

    2,412 Views | 00:54

  • Exclusive Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening "Sigrun" Trailer

    Posted: February 18, 2010

    15,571 Views | 01:01


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