In the last five years, there were many RPG games published but not all of them featured feminine beauty. However, there’s still plenty of character to contemplate and whenever there’s a contest, there’s a winner, so let’s find out who are the most beautiful RPG characters of the last five years.
Gamesta.com recaps the latest announcements fro BioWare. One of those is the announcement of a new Dragon Age game, but also new Mass Effect content coming and a mysterious new game. On the other hand, the departure of the two doctors responsible for founding the company seems like the end of an era.
"One of the more controversial topics with BioWare’s Dragon Age series has been the option to engage in a relationship with characters of the same sex as your avatar, something that has now become an option for both genders in Mass Effect 3. In order to clarify just where the developer stands on the issue, studio heads Ray Muzyka and Greg Zeschuk stated it was all a matter of providing choice to the player."
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In a move that is likely to infuriate gamers everywhere, EA has revealed that online passes for new copies of their video games have an expiration date even though they do not appear printed on the codes themselves. What this means from a practical standpoint is that a consumer could purchase a new, shrink-wrapped copy of an EA game a year after a game's release and they will be blocked from playing online game features.
Gamescom 2011 has led to plenty of big announcements, but Bioware showed that they are going to not only plan for their future titles but support their current titles as well.
During a Q&A session, the Dragon Age developer said that they are planning on releasing a few additional downloadable packs for the game, including a new scenario and item pack.
"European Dragon Age 2 fans who were hoping to get their hands on some DLC were a bit puzzled as to why the Legacy DLC was not available to them on the Playstation Network yesterday. One of BioWare’s designers addressed the issue and assured fans that the DLC would be out tomorrow. Check out the news below."
"Yesterday, the Dragon Age II Legacy downloadable content was released; however, news emerged that the game had mysteriously disappeared from Valve’s Steam service. It seems to be the second EA published game to disappear following Crysis 2 last month. While speculation continues, sources claim that it was Valve who removed the popular role-playing game from its service."
Gamers are not always accepting of new people or new things so it is some what of a shocker that video games are adding more and more gay players. Gays have been more and more common in the last 2 years with games like dragon age 2 mass effect and sims all have gays in there games. Is this a good thing for video games? Do you think they should be pushing social issues in video games?
"While Dragon Age II wasn't the most visually diverse of games it was still fun to play. I wouldn't mind in the least going back into the Free Marches once more to whoop a little arse and take a name or two. Thankfully BioWare has been kind enough to release a new trailer for us. Take a gander below at the gameplay trailer for Dragon Age II Legacy."
"Announced just now at EA's Summer Games Conference, Bioware took to the stage and stated that they had received a lot of feedback from critics about Dragon Age 2, and they took notice. They now hope to address this with Dragon Age 2 Legacy, coming soon. This is the first major story driven DLC for Dragon Age 2 and you’ll be able to dive a lot deeper into the Hawke family with lots of new areas present when the game ships July 26th"
"ake sure you come and visit us at the Hilton Gaslamp (401 K Street) to experience everything live (remember, you do not need a comic con badge to take part). If you can’t visit us in San Diego, make sure you stay tuned to the BioWare Pulse TV broadcasts where we will be keeping everyone up to date with live broadcasts all day, each day."
"User review scores have always been a great way for dissatisfied gamers to speak out against a product, and it seems Dragon Age II is the latest victim. Aggregate site Metacritic has seen the overall user review score for Dragon Age II plummet as angry fans have posted 0-1 out of 10 scores. The issue, many believe, is the new direction Bioware has taken the series, making it more approachable and action-oriented."
Bioware has released some statistics that compare Dragon Age 2 with its predecessor. If you thought that Dragon Age II was going to expand on an already massive world, you're mistake. Check out the full story to see just how short Dragon Age II is compared to the first installment. Cheers!
"Expect about one hour of playtime and if you're playing on PC with recent hardware, DirectX 11 features .
The 1.9GB demo is available through your source of choice below. Remember if the community hits one million downloads, everyone will receive in-game items.
We'll update with our impressions -- complete with screenshots -- later in the day.
We gave the demo a full run through and were left with mixed feelings. On the positive side, there are the usual range of graphics options B..."
"Dragon Age II is slated for launch across the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on March 8, and a demo for the game will be playable on February 22. Beating the demo awards players with a blade that can be used in the full version of the game, but that’s not the only surprise that Dragon Age II players will be able to unlock."
"You have to feel sorry for EA. First an unfinished beta build of Crysis 2 gets leaked onto torrent sites, and then that was followed by a beta version of Bulletstorm making its way onto the internet as well. Now it seems the Dragon Age 2 Demo has also been leaked."
"As always, we've saved the best for last. This week we're giving out...
A copy of Dragon Age 2, courtesy of GamersGate! Well, not really. Technically it's just a preorder code, which means that you'll have to wait until March like everyone else. First things first though:"
"Dragon Age: Origins was a hit when BioWare released it last year but it included differences between the PC version and what was released on the PS3 and Xbox 360. The differences were understandable as the top-down isometric view fit the PC mouse and keyboard control scheme but not the gamepads for the consoles. However, PC owners shouldn't anticipate a return of the isometric view for Dragon Age 2 according to Bioware."
"There was never any doubt that a sequel to Dragon Age: Origins was coming given the quality and success of the game. However, BioWare has made it official by launching a website for Dragon Age 2 for the PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 and revealing that they have the next cover story for Game Informer."