The Gameplay is pretty straight forward for Dragon Age Origins and very much in keeping with previous Bioware titles like Mass Effect or Knights of the Old Republic. You start with a group of four characters which have many useful abilities, these are unique in there own way.
The game presets 4 different characters which you can also preset so you are not stuck jumping between one character and the next every time your health potion is low. The game is extremely free roaming in a sense that because you interact with many different loveable characters along the way you find yourself wanting to go back and play huge parts of the game.
For instance when I played this game I decided to play it again and converse with many different characters by choosing a different answer to questioned which they asked. So this sets a different journey for the user to take, a different path which was previously unavailable.
This happens many times over and as a result I decided to play the game and complete it 4 times to be able to see the different ending and paths by taking different routes, some of the strategy missions can be tough at times and require careful planning.
The graphics on the game are excellent except for some of the character pixels, perhaps it was my TV, I found the character pixels on one or two characters pretty basic considering the year this title was released, apart from that the graphics are stunning.
The voice quality is something which Bioware constantly seem to be able to produce at high spec, not only is the sound quality perfect, the actual voice over gives the impression of actually speaking with an individual, crystal clear and it makes sense unlike other titles I have played.
If you compare this game to say something like Oblivion then this is miles ahead in terms of game play and quality and graphics overall, in short this game is excellent and well worth it. When you finish the game you simply start again only take a different route by taking different paths otherwise unexplored.