Dragon Age: Origins tops Steam sales chart

Tuesday, 10th November 2009 14:42 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Dragon Age Origins

Steam’s latest sales charts shows two version of Dragon Age: Origins topping the chart, taking the number one and two spot.

Borderlands is still hanging in there at number four, with Torchlight at number five.

We’ll quit prattling and let you read it for yourself now, courtesy of BigDownload.

  1. Dragon Age Origins Digital Deluxe Edition
  2. Dragon Age Origins
  3. Left 4 Dead 2 – Valve
  4. Borderlands
  5. Torchlight
  6. Modern Warfare 2
  7. Football Manager 2010
  8. Mass Effect
  9. Shattered Horizon
  10. Aion -NCsot



  1. blackdreamhunk

    It’s a pretty hot game that is for sure. single player rpg fans will love it.

    #1 5 years ago
  2. freedoms_stain

    I finally got around to putting a couple of hours into this.

    It’s defo a slow starter, I’ve played probably about 2-4 hours and spent maybe half that listening to NPCs talk about darkspawn and shit.

    I think once I’ve got my Grey Warden stripes it’ll pick up.

    They’ve definitely focused strongly on the story/history factor, ergo all the talking.

    I get torn between bothering to ask about the history etc so I know what the fuck is going on and just skipping it so I can go massacre some Genlock ass.

    PS, the voice cast seems to be made up (almost) entirely from people who went to “special” schools in England, more precisely, Cockney London. And by “special” I ain’t talking performing arts.

    #2 5 years ago
  3. Phoenixblight

    It does pick up slow but that depends on the Origin you pick. For me, my first character is/was a City Elf Warrior and that Origin picked up pretty quick. It definatlely picks up once you are in Ostegar.

    There are few problems like quite a few glitches, the game can be a bit frustrating especially playing it on hard like me. And the lack of unique armor and weapons. My warrior was wearing the Blood Dragon Armor for atleast 10 hours til I got the Dragonbone armor. But overall the story is very very well written there were a lot of moments I had to actually think about the choices not for the rewards but the actual outcome.

    Still playing the game, have yet to beat it and at 65+ hours.

    #3 5 years ago
  4. Kalain

    I like the game. It is very well put together and the story is excellent. Being an old-school RPG’er, the tactical camera angle suited my Baldurs’ Gate needs handsomely.

    Voice acting is good, much better than what other companies put out these days (Looking at you Bethesda). Music is excellent, so well done Inon Zur on a stirring soundtrack. Graphics are good, but the game has been in development a long time so I wasn’t expecting much from it.

    The level of content is fantastic, much more than any other game on the market. Hats off to Bioware.

    #4 5 years ago

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