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Ea Steam Sale Week - Today Dragon Age @ Steam
Ea Steam Sale Week - Today Dragon Age @ Steam

Ea Steam Sale Week - Today Dragon Age @ Steam

DA-1 Origins Ultimate edition (all 9 DLCs) 50% off £12.49 (probably the only worthy option of the bunch)

DA-2 with 25% off (rubbish compared to DA origins and cheaper just about everywhere else though).

DA-1 Origins regular 50% off £7.49

DA-1 Awakenings 50% off £9.99

note: Dragon Age: Origins - Ultimate Edition includes:
Dragon Age: Origins
Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening Expansion Pack
All Nine Content Packs

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Was going to post this but it's not an outstanding deal imo. Heat nonetheless.

The base game can be had cheaper here: hotukdeals.com/dea…445

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yea the deals aint that great except the ultimate one which ya get about 8 dlcs with it, but I think i paid about £9.99 for the same deal on EA-Store about 3-4 months ago

The Ultimate Edition of DA1 for £12.49 is HOT!

Alll available cheaper at Retail, except Ultimate Edition which can be cheaper when you have a discount code from The Hut - cold from me
Edited by: "Macdory" 2nd May 2011

phew - was worried there for a sec.
bought ultimate edition and mass effect for 12quid odd last week from EA when they were all 50% off there.
looks a good game from the small amount i have played it though

A comment posted by a user underneath the video review from Gamespot

CaineFHPosted Mar 15, 2011 7:17 am GMTBe warned fellow players. Don't buy … CaineFHPosted Mar 15, 2011 7:17 am GMTBe warned fellow players. Don't buy it on steam. The DLC's are not working, and when you ask for help, they just tell you to contact EA games costumer service, which we all know is non exiting. So I recommend buying somewhere else.





Perhaps buy it from Play for £12.99...always better to have a hard copy for yourself
Edited by: "notoriouschucky" 3rd May 2011

notoriouschucky

A comment posted by a user underneath the video review from Gamespot … A comment posted by a user underneath the video review from Gamespot Perhaps buy it from [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FGames%2FPC%2F4-%2F16436462%2FDragon-Age-Origins-Ultimate-Edition%2FProduct.html%3FP36%3DU52J4J%26affid%3Dpricetracker%26awc%3Dbuyat%26_%24ja%3Dtsid%3A11516%7Cprd%3Apricetracker]Play[/url] for £12.99...always better to have a hard copy for yourself


The DLC works fine through Steam, you've just gotta register it first on the Bioware social site. Even with a hard copy, you'll have to go through this process.

thegreatbarker

The DLC works fine through Steam, you've just gotta register it first on … The DLC works fine through Steam, you've just gotta register it first on the Bioware social site. Even with a hard copy, you'll have to go through this process.


with EA store i redeemed the dlc code anf got a response like 'unrecognised object' (forgot) and couldn't redeem again.
and it was all listed 'unauthorized' in game (its all predownloaded)
contacted EA chat and the guy had it working i 5 mins.
seems all that needed fixed was settings.xml in a text editor changing all 'requiresauthorisation' flags from 1 to 0.

Steam sales were one ridiculously legendary....but as they become more and more mainstream their deals start to suck.

Steam sales were one ridiculously legendary....but as they become more … Steam sales were one ridiculously legendary....but as they become more and more mainstream their deals start to suck.



You're right! I remember getting street fighter 4 not long after release for £5

Attack me if you dare!...I will crush you!

Edited by: "notoriouschucky" 5th May 2011
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