Skyrim is a massive RPG feast that will no doubt stuff even the biggest of gaming gluttons. However, after 70 hours of living in the world of Skyrim I started to daydream about what the game would be like with a more intimate narrative, and dare I say, more of a soul.
We talk Dragon Age DLC and Redemption, Matt plays the most brutally unforgiving game of 2011, and we take a first look at Uncharted 3 multiplayer. We have news about Hulu, Microsoft, and Transformers as well as your responses to our twitter question. Enjoy!
Our panelists, all members of Crabcat Industries, were Jessica Merizan, Hilary Shapiro, and Elizabeth Heckmaier. The discussion started at a different place than I expected: fandom.
See what you missed in September on NerdAppropriate!
Mark of the Assassin will feature an Elven assassin by the name of Tallis, voice and mo-capped by one very busy Felicia Day.
I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again, we here at NA love conventions. Sadly, some conventions like Gamescom are a bit out of our reach… and our price range. Even if you couldn’t attend yesterday’s Dragon Age and Mass Effect 3 Q+A session, the nice folks at Bioware were cool enough to record everything for us
I took one for the team and sat through EA’s Summer Showcase to bring you this new DA information! Despite a poop-load of criticism, we loved DA2. While the limited environments were disappointing, the story, characters, and combat were otherwise excellent. Bioware listened to their critics and soon began working DA2: Legacy
Enjoy this very honest, very candid interview with the incredibly cool Jessica Chobot.
Join us we reminisce with guest Amy about Pax East with panel discussion, hands on games, and Dragon Age II first impressions Rated NA 18
One day only you can pick up Dragon Age 2 for only 39.99 through amazon.com. If you were still on the fence pondering if you should buy DA:2, check out my spoiler free review HERE. $39.99 is a great deal for a spectacular game.
I’ve managed to avoid all the reviews for Dragon Age 2. It has been impossible however, to avoid text messages from friends asking me ” Is it any good?!… I don’t know what to believe.” Dragon Age 2 is good, very good… And here is why.
I think I can safely guess what one retailer must think of people who wanted to play Dragon Age II at launch, but were too lazy to pre-order or come in on launch day.