Varric Tethras is Dragon Age’s wry but poetic dwarf. Making his first appearance in Dragon Age 2, he’s not just a resourceful hunter and trap layer but also a famous writer. His novel “Hard in Hightown” is a best seller in the continent of Thedas and, it turns out, soon to be published in the real world.
Good news: Dragon Age: Inquisition is pretty great. Less-good news: Being a story-heavy role-playing game, it relies heavily on a familiarity with the Dragon Age series’ dense lore. Newcomers might be a bit lost at times.
Russian cosplayer Mono Abel is here doing a fantastic Flemeth from Dragon Age. It's the amazing outfit that first grabs your attention, but it's the hint of menace in that scowl that really sells it.
It can't be easy to be a BioWare writer. You and your co-workers run yourselves ragged crafting huge, sprawling stories, and afterwards you're subjected to all manner of intense feedback, much of it shouted by the more extreme corners of your fanbase.
When we get mired in arguing over whether or not games are harmful to impressionable young players, it's easy to forget that sometimes, they can be amazingly inspirational, or even helpful.
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.
At NYCC last weekend, BioWare was in attendance talking about the upcoming Dragon Age comic series, which will follow Alistair, Isabella, and Varric as they perform some sleuthing into Alistair's past. Well then, that's three of my favorite characters doing stuff that certainly sounds fun. I'd love to see how virginal…
This dog is an entrant in a character costume contest being run by the people at BioWare, makers of Mass Effect, Knights of the Old Republic and other video games that include terrific characters. The dog, however, is cosplaying as a Mabari from the Dragon Age games.
Barbarians. Knights. Tribal warriors. All very manly men with their armour and swords and scowls, all very much a speciality of Finnish concept artist Ville-Valtteri Kinnunen.
The epic sequel to the 2009 Game of the Year from the makers of Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2 is here. In Dragon Age II, you are one of the few who escaped the destruction of your home. Now, forced to fight for survival in an ever-changing world, you must gather the deadliest of allies, amass fame and fortune,…
There's more than just awkward sex in Dragon Age 2. There's also, you know, a plot. Which ends in one of two forking paths. Even if you don't have thirty hours plus to spend earning the ending yourself, you could still pick only one of these videos to watch. That's sort of a game! Give yourself some innuendo-laden…
There are so many games on Facebook, and so few worth playing. But there's a new one based on the acclaimed Dragon Age universe. And it's made by a team led by EA2D's Mark Spenner and Soren Johnson, a guy who made a mighty fine version of Civilization (and is pretty good at solving the math problem of God).
A demo for upcoming RPG Dragon Age 2 just hit Xbox Live. It's 2GB, and is available (sorry!) only for Gold subscribers. The PS3 and PC versions are due later today (or tomorrow if you're in Europe).
BioWare has confirmed that a demo for Dragon Age II will be hitting the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on February 22.
This week we asked you to tell us about your love of Dragon Age: Origins for a chance to win one of five North American copies of Dragon Age 2 Signature Edition, for the platform of the winner's choice.
It has been a month of freebies here on Kotaku. We've given away a Left 4 Dead 2 Zune, copies of Goldeneye, Halo: Reach, DJ Hero 2 and other games. And now we've got copies of Dragon Age 2 to hand out.
No, Dragon Age 2 won't look this good, but the Dragon Age 2 trailer that just debuted in Germany should give you a sense of the action they're going for. The game will be out
in late March on March 8.
One million used to be the bar. Then two. Then three. Mass Effect developer BioWare isn't stopping there.