Hosts: Ash and Kate (guest) Ash and Kate sit down with author and BioWare scribe Patrick Weekes to discuss Dragon Age: Inquisition. Just a warning, this is a spoiler filled episode, so if you haven't beaten Dragon Age: Inquisition you may…
We are pleased as punch to welcome back Alix Wilton Regan, voice of one of the fantastic Inquisitors in Dragon Age™: Inquisition!
One of my favorite aspects of any Bioware game is not only exploring the world created, but the characters that inhabit it. Dragon Age: Inquisition features, to the best of my knowledge, one of the most diverse ensembles of characters in gaming in terms of background, gender, race, sexuality, and age, just to name a couple traits. Of particular relevance to me is there are A LOT of women, and women in positions of power, featured prominently throughout the game
I was a colossal fan of Mass Effect 3: Multiplayer and really felt like the folks at BioWare created a truly memorable cooperative experience with almost endless replayability. When I got wind that Dragon Age: Inquisiton would have cooperative multiplayer I was instantly excited and intrigued. Scott and I made our way down to the Microsoft booth during media hour (just a few moments ago) to give Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer a shot. The four player cooperative experience was just announced a few days ago and the idea of running around Thedas with friends causing trouble sounded appealing to say the least.
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I’m sure people are wondering why I am even bothering to write about a game which is almost 8 years old. In the interests of full disclosure, I hadn’t even played Jade Empire till last week at the insistence of @arch4ngel. Now that I have played, and loved the game, I want to talk about it.
Dragon Age: The Silent Grove is the latest Bioware property brought to comic book form by Dark Horse Comics. Readers are introduced, or reintroduced, to characters who have made their mark in Thedas in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2. Alistair, here the king of Fereldan, takes front and center, the plot revolving around his search for a missing, and presumed dead, individual of some importance to Fereldan.
The Dragon Age panel was packed to capacity forcing some party members to wander the halls of PAX in search of other adventures. As folks started to file into Manticore hall, I noticed the front three rows filled with familiar Bioware characters
The latest book from Dragon Age scribe David Gaider takes place directly after the catastophic events of Dragon Age:2 and clearly lets us know where Dragon Age franchise is heading...War. While Dragon Age II caused quite a ruckus, some of us really liked Hawke's intimate…
Every once in a while our good friend aXL99 creates some of her incredible nerd-infused art live for all to see. For those that aren’t aware, aXL99 was featured heavily in this summer’s Bioware art contest and was recently Bioware’s featured fan artist (shes that good).
I'll just go ahead and say it, Bioware has done it again. My history with MMOs is a long one (Ultima Online!), and I firmly believe that most MMOs are the junk food of gaming; all crap with very little…
There is something afoot, we just don’t know quite what it is yet. Recent comments made by EA/Bioware seem to confirm that there are something “mass”ive coming our way in the form of a new Bioware flavored social experience.