What was Dragon Age III: Inquisition has now got rid of the eye-eye-eye. Losing el numero three-o may seem like a minor thing, but to Electronic Arts, it was a "tactical marketing decision."
Last year, we reported that Bioware had specific opinions about Skyrim. They went on the record and stated that they admired the scope of Skyrim, and also acknowledged that both Skyrim and Dragon Age are lore-heavy games where your actions mattered.
Editor's Note: The mysterious person known as Superannuation shows up every two weeks like a new paycheck, if you had a job that paid you in gaming rumors and secrets, all sourced to publicly available information.
BioWare revealed the first screenshot for the upcoming Dragon Age III yesterday at... the Bradford Animation Festival in England. It was only shown for a few seconds, but according to this report on Eurogamer that was long enough for an attendee to grab a shot.
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.
Today's announcement from BioWare, confirming and naming Dragon Age III: Inquisition, came with startlingly little other news about the game. We've known—or at least suspected—for many months now that it was in production, but so far we've seen almost nothing official about it.
Several gamers on BioWare's social forum are reporting that they recently took a survey for Dragon Age III.
Above is the game's rumored logo supposedly revealed by a BioWare character artist's Linked In page. So, what about possible names?
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…
Commenter Tony Danza stars in today's newly-rescheduled episode of Speak Up on Kotaku, giving us the skinny on a Dragon Age III that won't be the glorious return to glory fans hoped it would be. You'd think we would have changed time slots on a happy note.
Dragon Age II was, for many, a bit of a disappointment. Too many recycled environments, too many cheap waves of bad guys to chop through. It was, you could argue, a bit of a rush job.