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Above: The Ser Isaac armor set for Dragon Age 2. See the teaser for the sci-fi synergy inside
Clearly there's more than a little mutual appreciation going on between Dead Space 2 developers Visceral Games and the Dragon Age 2 crew at Bioware. Players of the latter, EA promises, will hear bards' tales recounting the exploits of demon-slaying knight Ser Isaac of Clarke. However, if that's not a cheeky enough in-joke for you, Ser Isaac's distinctly familiar-looking armor will be available to players themselves...
The bitch, it appears, is back. From monstrous Archedemons to conspiring ex-girlfriends, developer BioWare has announced plans to end Dragon Age: Origins' extensive DLC run with a full-on swan song for Morrigan; the heroic renegade witch of the Kokari wilds and/or willing demonspawn incubator (depending, of course, on how you rolled)...
Gamers who haven't yet had the pleasure of playing through developer Bioware's dark RPG Dragon Age have more incentive than ever to try it out. A new Ultimate Edition package includes the game and all of Bioware's nickel-and-diming DLC for a flat, discounted retail bundle...
Like late night TV warnings and descriptive movie ratings, ESRB video game reports have a habit of increasing interest in a given piece of entertainment, rather than protecting consumers from its deviant, vile influences. Case in point: the organization's recent description of Dragon Age II which warns players of off-screen fellatio, awkward sex analogies and bloody body parts (not necessarily in that order)...
Still drooling over Dragon Age 2's 'Destiny' debut trailer? Brother, that was so last week. If you really want to be part of the cool kids' club, then you'd best be setting your hellfire eyes on developer BioWare's new, new 'Director's Cut' Destiny trailer...
What are you doing right now? Not watching nearly six minutes of Dragon Age II gameplay footage from Igromir 2010, Moscow's premier gaming expo? Let's fix that...
BioWare is readying the release of a live-action Dragon Age web series featuring the writing and acting talents of The Guild star Felicia Day. If that sentence isn't the greatest thing you've read today, then you either don't know Day, you're cynical about promotional web series, or you're having a vastly more exciting Tuesday than we are.
BioWare is promising to unlock two special items in the retail version of Dragon Age II if one million people download the demo between February 22 and March 1st. Normally, we would thumb our noses at such a blatant and callous attempt at consumer bribery, but on the other hand – free stuff!!
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