Dragon Age's Ostagar DLC Is Live, But Isn't As Good As This

The delayed Return to Ostagar downloadable content for Dragon Age: Origins is now available on Xbox Live, but I'd rather have this imaginary DLC, featuring big head mode, Morrigan slapping, and more taint than you can shake a stick at.

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YouTube user FergusMacpherson created this fantasy DLC trailer using the editor included with the PC version of Dragon Age, and it's simply brilliant. Mind you, I don't condone the slapping of women, but Morrigan barely counts. She spends a large portion of the game being a complete jerk, and I imagine that many players, male and female alike, were secretly wishing for a slap button.

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And if you didn't giggle just a little bit at the continual references to The Taint, then you just aren't human.

Return to Ostagar is now available on Xbox Live for 400 Microsoft points. There's no sign of it on the PlayStation Network currently, but I have high hopes. Sadly, Fergus Macpherson's DLC isn't available anywhere. Thanks to Michael for sharing it.

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"Mind you, I don't condone the slapping of women, but Morrigan barely counts. She spends a large portion of the game being a complete jerk."

What a disturbingly retrograde attitude. No, of course I don't condone slapping women, unless they're a b****, in which case, they don't even count as women. Only nice, agreeable girls get to be women.

Such caveats, rather than exonerate the author, create a sub-category in which to lump women that don't conform to a certain code as less than women and therefore less than worthy, which allows for the continued mistreatment of women.

I know that Kotaku is primarily aimed at boys who will snicker at such statements, but it is sad to see such blatant misogynistic fantasies being justified.