EA has allowed three old games out to play on on GOG.com and they are discounted for the occasion. The games are Dragon Age: Origins, which I love; Dead Space, which you told us off for giving 7/10 to; and SimCity 3000, which is how we'd prefer to remember that series.
Dragon Age: Oranges is a snip at $7.89 (which is probably around £20 ha ha Brexit joke), Dead Space is $7.89 and SimCity 3000 is $5.20.
Dragon Age: Origins was released 2009 and may be my favourite in the series. It had proper turn-based role-playing guts, and lots of systems for programming your team-mates. They were the kind of things pulled out and streamlined for the glitzier, more action-packed experiences in DA2 and DA3 - although the third game at least tried (and was good, I should add). Heck I even liked DA2 don't hurt me.
Richard Cobbett looked back at Dragon Age: Origins in a retrospective earlier this year.
Dead Space came out in 2008 and went down a treat, spawning a series that shone brightly with Dead Space 2 and was snuffed out by Dead Space 3.
SimCity 3000 is the oldest of the three, having been released in 1999 - a lifetime away from the mismanaged SimCity reboot of 2013.