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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:26am 10/08/09 | 4 Comments
It seems more and more games this year are slipping past their original release dates, and most of them are even moving into 2010.

BioWare have just confirmed their much anticipated mature RPG, Dragon Age: Origins, has been delayed, though fans needn't fret too much as the new release date is just a month later - November 3rd (in North America).

The game is due to land on PC and Xbos 360 on the above date with the PlayStation 3 version coming later in November. You can check out more about Dragon Age: Origins from our game page.












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Scooter
Posted 10:38am 10/8/09
Hasn't even been there 6 months and Stinky is already delaying s***!
greazy
Posted 10:39am 10/8/09
He probably gave everyone there food poisoning.
E.T.
Posted 10:48am 10/8/09
Hasn't even been there 6 months and Stinky is already delaying s***!


Awww, come on. He's a network teck or something isn't he?? Cant be his fault.
giririsss
Posted 10:48am 10/8/09
worst, looking forward to this massively.
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