The first episode of Redemption moves at a fast pace, introducing the main villain – a Qunari mage named Saarebas – and the heroine – the Elf Tallis – along with a possible party member.
IGN got to play Dragon Age 2 for the PC – the lucky bastards. The game looks a lot better in the video. We also see the new Mass Effect-like dialog options as well as a glimpse at the skill tree.
Each copy of Dead Space 2 will include an unlock code for the Ser Isaac of Clarke armor set, which you can use in another EA game, Dragon Age 2. We’d rather have Isaac’s weapons though.
Learn more about Dragon Age 2‘s story and the way in which it will be told in BioWare’s latest dev diary. Unfortunately our character will still be either bad or good. Can’t we have a middle ground?
BioWare shows off the two main approaches to combat in Dragon Age 2. You can either wing it and deliver commands on the fly, or pause the game to give yourself time to strategize and issue orders.
Bioware had a playable demo of Dragon Age 2 at the Igromir Video Game Expo. The footage isn’t high quality, but it does show the faster-paced combat, as well as Mass Effect-like dialogue.
The latest trailer for Dragon Age II sheds more light on new protagonist Hawke using in-game graphics. It’s still a little early to be sure, but the sequel does seem to be darker and gorier.
Bioware’s way of thanking loyal fans. It includes codes for an extra playable character, extra missions and weapons plus the soundtrack, for no extra charge. Pre-order until Jan. 11, 2011 only.
If you’re interested in becoming a Warden but have yet to buy the games, you’d be a fool to pass up this deal. The Ultimate Edition includes the first two games plus all 7 DLC, worth $114 in total.
The game’s not going to look this good, but at least the debut trailer for Dragon Age 2 gives us our first real look at protagonist Hawke, and boy does he know how to leave a good first impression.