Hearing that women make a difference in game development is one thing, seeing what it means in practice is another. Recently, David Gaider—lead writer on the Dragon Age franchise—posted a blog about how having women on his writing team affected something in Dragon Age 3.
Character customization will return "in a big way" for Dragon Age III according to a BioWare panel spilling details and concept art on next year's game at the Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo today.
It's time to solve a mystery, or at least come up with a viable theory. Yesterday, executives at mega-publisher Electronic Arts announce a bunch of financial numbers. They also say that they've delayed a "key game" from fiscal year 13 to fiscal year 14, which, for those who prefer to speak English, means they've…
BioWare's Dragon Age franchise, like its science fiction spiritual sibling Mass Effect, creates a great deal of passion among its fans. And also like its sci-fi sib, the Dragon Age games attract an enormous amount of controversy and dissent among those same fans.