Gamervision: The Blight is over, the Archdemon fell, and the Darkspawn was defeated. Depending on how the first game ended, there were a number of different ways the above statement could have unfolded, but the outcome was inevitable. So is the tale of Dragon Age: Origins, BioWare's fantastic RPG from 2009 that introduced players to the kingdom of Ferelden, the developer's own take on typical high fantasy settings. Since then, they've introduced a number of different missions with downloadable content, though, for the most part, they've all fallen flat. Despite hooking players completely, the overpriced episodes were often too short, and lacking in all of the areas that made Dragon Age such a hit. Now, they've taken a step in a different direction, with Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening, the first true expansion, which moves the series forward a few years to show the aftermath of the Archdemon's defeat.