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(01-29-2011, 03:18 PM)Xeo Wrote: Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights series are governed by the Dungeon's and Dragons set of rules. Dragon Age: Origins isn't. While it is from the same developer(partially 'cause Neverwinter Nights 2 was created by Obsidian Entertainment and not Bioware) it is in no way considered their successor.

Hi Xeo,

Actually, this was part of the game's marketing by Bioware. They talked it up as such when the game was first unveiled at E3 in 2008. It's not a sequel, as it's using an original system in an original world. But it could accurately be described as "the spiritual successor of BioWare's popular Baldur's Gate series of games," like it is on Bioware's site.

In any case, we both agree that the game is awesome. I also have Dragon Age II's signature edition on order, and can't wait for it to come. Smile
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Nice, I didn't know that.
Thanks for informing me Smile

Don't worry you have only 1.5 months to wait Smile

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I'm a bit "tardy" when it comes to gaming, meaning I still love playing some old stuff: Stronghold, Morrowind, Oblivion or Age Of Empires, games that are even 10-15 years old.
I use to play loads of computer games, but recently have just given up Tongue. I still play some online games, but nothing like i use to.
I'm playing Anno 1404 which is another cool city management game.
Ari, what games do you like to play? what have you already played?

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Not to much, I used to play unreal tournament 2003, Diablo II, mario cart, blur, Doom 95, pokemon, tony hawk.
i play mostly browser games. my current favorites are grepolis and drakensang online.
I'll have to check those out, I'v been looking to find some good browser games while I work.