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Dragon Age: Origins Ends With A Witch Hunt

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BioWare ties off a major plot thread in preparation for the coming of Dragon Age 2 with Witch Hunt, the climactic ending to the Origins storyline where players will finally uncover the secrets held by Morrigan, the incredibly under-dressed witch.

"Never follow me." With these words, Morrigan vanished into the shadows. Her plans and her whereabouts have remained a mystery... until now. But whether you seek answers, revenge, or reconciliation with your lost love, you may find more than you bargained for

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.Journey back into the southern wilderness nearly a year after the fall of the Archdemon to discover what happened to the dark witch Morrigan following her final moments in the original Dragon Age: Origins campaign. Due out September 7 for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, Witch Hunt promises to tie up Morrigan's loose end once and for all.

Without dropping too many spoilers for those who've yet to play the original game, I'm a little worried that the Morrigan we find might *cough* take after her mother, if you know what I mean.

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And if you don't, go play the game and find out, and get your $7 ready for September 7 to bring this baby to a close.

Illustration for article titled Dragon Age: Origins Ends With A Witch Hunt
Illustration for article titled Dragon Age: Origins Ends With A Witch Hunt

Witch Hunt DLC Page [BioWare - Thanks Tomat!]

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So here's the problem with Bioware DLC strategy. The time span for their DLCs are far too long and the content of each time is far too little.

By the time people get to play the DLC, either they have lost interest already or forgot the plotline. And yet every time, you only get 1 hour gameplay and then wait for another month(s) for the next DLC release. Not the mentions the $5~$10 price tag for each DLC which I think is way too much to ask for.