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Not that EA will let it go to a DRM-free place, but now that you also include newer games one can try...
gog has games from both EA and Bioware, so there's no reason to not have this game here
The only reason I don't have this game is because I want the PC version of it. And the DRM is way to atrocious to even consider it.
You say the words 'Bioware', 'fantasy RPG' and 'not DnD', and you have my interest. You then add 'DRM-free' and 'GoG' and you have my attention.
I own the Ultimate on PS3 and Steam, PS3 works great, Steam can be buggy with the DLC, I'd definitely buy this again if it came to GOG. Only as Ultimate though, the price they want for the DLC, which I already own twice, is absolutely insane if purchased separately.
Want to play this series but not willing to play on console (cause thats how I roll) and not willing to deal with the DRM on the PC version. Would definitely buy if it is available here.
A DRM-free version of these games is essential.
I'd love to have this game DRM-free. I really do wish for it. I'm not sure if it can be run on Linux. But I think the newer version of Wine might be able to run it.
I would LOVE to have this game on GoG. Any chance of that happening?
Last weeks problems with the logging in to the servers in activating DLC's shows why it's a very good thing if Dragon Age's Ultimate Edition became DRM-free.
A must-have that I will gladly buy here.
definitely belongs on gog for sure
I want this , I would never buy it on steam or Origins.. But I want it DRM free or with no internet requirement.
Guys this is already available on Origin to buy.
Circumventing the DLC for this game requires only a simple tweak of one game file*. GOG could host the game by disabling the disk check (same as they do for any other game) and pre-tweaking or overwriting that file during install to render the DLC DRM-free.
I would love to the see this game available DRM-free here on GOG.
* Install from a legally-purchased Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition disc. Open the file "addins.xml" (in Documents/Bioware/Dragon Age/Settings) and change "Requires Authorization=1" to "Requires Authorization=0" for each DLC. Be sure to save a copy of the file before making these changes in case a bad edit renders the file unusable. You may have to start/play the game once for "addins.xml" to be created.
Steam has this, no need to have it here, too.
They're still selling the Ultimate Edition at Origin Store (http://store.origin.com/store/eaemea/pt_BR/DisplayProductDetailsPage/productID.208591800). But I'd prefer buying this DRM-free.
The latest patch fixed the authorization problems I was having. I Think it's 1.05, people having issues my want to check Bioware Social Network site.
Not really likely, at least not unless Bioware removes online requirement for the DLCs. The Amazon version is the next best thing- no DRM for the original version, only need online for DLCs.
Also, did anybody say the game is awful? Might want to rethink that, and replay the game, and mod the game. This is definitely one of the best RPGs from the last decade, and aeons ahead of the sequel.
EA doesn't even seem to sell the Ultimate Edition anymore (In favor of making newer customers buy all the mediocre DLC separately at full price).
I'm with slavicghengis on this one. Besides, this game is neither old nor good. It's downright awful in my opinion. I'm considering throwing the disc I wasted $60 on like a frisbee into the next bonfire I come across. If you want this game go buy it at walmart. They still sell it, though god knows why.
One of the few new games I've played that I love as much as my old floppy classics. Already own it for xbox and PC, but would buy on GOG if I could get the thing DRM free. So tired of having problems loading my game because of DLC and saved games not working.
@ Onox, I was never able to play the DLC wihtout being connected to the servers. There was a few days last year when the Bioware servers went down and I suddenly lost access to all my DLC. I was literally one door away from fighting the final boss, and Shale was one of my party. I had to postpone finishing that particular run until Bioware/EA's servers decided they wanted to come online again. Being able to play without a connection to the servers would have been *lovely.*
Voted because this game is awesome :) I agree that the DRM in this game can be a problem, because I already have the Ultimate Edition on Steam, but there still are problems with DLCs sometimes being "unauthorized". You're supposed to be able to play with the DLCs without being connected to the servers, but it doesn't work for me if I am not online. And for some reason Steam version doesn't have the latest patch that was meant to finally correct this.
I'd really love to see this game with the editor and without the ****ing DRM they required for it. I bought it originally when it came out BECAUSE it was modable and claimed to be DRM-free, then they slipped the DRM in with with the mod tools. So yes! Please bring this one to GOG!
Maybe in ten years or so... when it's truly a good old game. ;)
I too would love to have this without the log-in necessary for DLC AND without the DRM they silently slipped into the UE.
There is never enough good RPGs on GOG :) And this game together with the Witcher, Drakensang, Divinity, Risen series is one of the best RPGs in last years in my opinion. I think this game is ideal title for GOG, a good, long, non-linear party based RPG with oldschool feeling. I hope EA will put this game here. Eh well, but it's 30 euros on Origin, so if they'll put it here, I hope it would be for 30 dolars max.
It's a good game and all, but i doubt EA would let this game on GOG.com, also i think the community is much more interested in old games that have a hard time working on new OS like windows 7 and would love to get their hands on a working version. Besides, there's a pretty big list already on GOG.com with pretty damn good RPGs and a lot better than this one.
I would love to see DA:O UE here on GOG, with goodies like soundtrack, artworks, wallpapers, etc. Despite that DAII is not very good, DA:O is awesome. I already have the Ultimate Edition, but I really hate the DRM, that I need to be always online if I want to play with any DLCs (and Ultimate Edition is about DLCs, so there is no reason to play without them).
Do not waste everyone's time. Stop fussing about DRM and vote for games that genuinely deserve to be on this site please.
I don't know why others request these games, just why I do: The DRM-free thing is certainly a large part of it, but the idea of having your purchases (*ahem* if everyone could make them, see the requests for more payment methods...) support a distributor that has policies and an attitude actually worth supporting weighs very heavily as well. And newer and well-known titles would certainly go a long way towards making even more people support this through their purchases instead of those other on-line games retailers which I won't name now.
I dunno... seems like I only bought and played this about 5 minutes ago. I just can't see how such big blockbusting and relatively new games fit into the GOG remit... it's not just about getting games DRM free is it? Whilst I understand CD Projekt pedalling their own (unarguably excellent) new wares on the site, I don't understand why people are requesting other games that are only a few years old and not yet out-of-print let alone hard-to-find. Dragon Age, Mass Effect & Fallout 3? Hmmm.....
game is a milestone, but EA are f*kers! really, with their origin crap and so on - no, i wanna play like in the 90s and early 2000s - install and play
Would love to have this game without that annoying EA log-in crap. Maybe some day it will come to gog
DA:O <b>is</b> DRM-free.
The only BioWare game with DRM is ME3 as it requires Origin to launch
Why do people act like EA wouldn't allow DRM free games when there are already EA games here?
With these new $19.99 releases, and seeing as they started with Ubi after all, it actually seems possible. Then again, the one publisher worse than Ubi is EA, which you also see here by the additional EULA for their games that are already in the catalog, but let's see.
well maybe once...
Would like to see it here...but it's unlikely. :/
EA and drm free games?
Why exactly should we only wish for that? And even if you can find it elsewhere, is it DRM free? Does it have all the extras GOG would add? Does the "elsewhere" have an attitude towards customers that you can actually support?
We should only wish for games that we cannot get elsewhere. DA:O can be purchased quite easily from Steam/EA, so what's the point of this wish?
I wonder if it can even be made DRM free, considering how closely linked it is to BioWare's social network, but heck, I would like it to happen.