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Dragon Age "Golems of Amgarrak" DLC Coming Soon

I'm pretty sure they just made that word up.

Bioware have today announced the next batch of downloadable content for Dragon Age: Origins. The “Golems of Amgarrak” pack will bring a whole new story, new characters, and new environments for the game, and players will be able to earn “powerful rewards” that transfer back into your main Origins and Awakening game.

“Delve deep underground,” says Bioware, “to save a missing dwarven expedition in search of ancient secrets for creating monstrous constructs. Only you can uncover the gruesome fate that befell them.”

Offering an “advanced challenge” for even the game’s most experienced players, the DLC will see you face an “all-new terrifying creature” (presumably, given the pack’s title, Golems), and will be released for PC, PS3 and 360 on August 10th.

Source: Dragon Age DLC page

11 Comments
  1. Armonster9000
    Member
    Since: Feb 2010

    Is this game any good? Seems to have some support from the developers still.

    Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 05:00.
    • clank250
      Member
      Since: Oct 2008

      I personally love Dragon Age. I have it on the PS3 and am thinking about getting it on the PC now. More DLC is always welcome, but if they could make it more of a bang for your buck that would make me SO happy! Still, it’s a great game for those of you who are looking for one of the last “true” RPGs. I recommend it if you don’t get bored by lots of dialogue.

      Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 06:17.
    • Erroneus
      Wanted "Trophy Hunter" but was too late.
      Since: May 2009

      Dragon Age is great, though it’s bit troubled by lag-fest and bugs sometimes, which hopefully the upcoming 1.04 patch will cure.

      The DLC packs are decent, almost all of them are fun, but they are way to short and therefore to expensive. The best DLC pack is The Stone Prisoner, which clearly was part of the game and has been cut become DLC. The Stone Prisoner is included in the CE though.

      And last gripe with it, is the Awekening addon. It can only be bought via PSN store in EU, when on a PS3, which makes it crazy expensive: 32£. The 360 version can be found for 13£ >_>

      But the game it self is great, has lots of side quests, takes around 40 hours to complete and if you want to platinum Origins, you have to play it through almost three times, so more then 120 hours :)

      Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 10:22.
    • bunimomike
      Member
      Since: Jul 2009

      If you have a suitably powerful enough PC, get it on that. Far cheaper.

      Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 11:52.
  2. Flightx
    Member
    Since: May 2009

    i loved dragon age and got all the dlc for it until awakening when i found out it was £31 (or something like that) and didnt bother with it after that but if your not afraid to read alot and listen to hour of conversations then it is a very good game

    Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 05:34.
  3. Nauraph
    Member
    Since: Jan 2010

    It’s also a pretty ugly game. Bad graphics. It isn’t as good as the ‘true’ RPGs, far too simplistic, but if you’re a fan of those, you’ll surely like this one.
    Although to my opinion the DLC is wayy to expensive.

    Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 07:55.
  4. Mick939
    Member
    Since: Forever

    It’s generally one of the best games out there. You can get it for fuck all now too. I was very unsure about it but there’s so much depth and multiple choices it gives you hours of gameplay. Also picked up all the dlc, all of which are excellent.

    Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 09:23.
  5. Tuffcub
    On the naughty step.
    Since: Dec 2008

    Ill wait for the inevitable GOY Edition with all the DLC

    Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 16:11.
    • Charmed_Fanatic
      Member
      Since: Aug 2009

      Thats what im waiting for!

      Comment posted on 29/07/2010 at 16:40.

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