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Dragon Age 4 Is “Not A Thing” Says Creative Director

Last night on Twitter, Dragon Age series Creative Director Mike Laidlaw confirmed that Dragon Age 4 is currently “not a thing” but if it were, he has a lot of ideas for what to do with it. At this point, we know Bioware has a new IP, and with no confirmed DA4, either Bioware are waiting for the dust to […]

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‘Would You Play A Dragon Age Tactics Game?’ Asks Series Producer

A mainline Dragon Age is probably a long way off getting another sequel. Bioware’s efforts are almost certainly all focused on Mass Effect: Andromeda, and even potential sequels after that we assume. However, what about something a little smaller? Perhaps turned base in the ilk of XCOM? That is what executive producer on the series […]

Dragon Age: Trespasser DLC Announced And It Looks Really Good

So I thought I had quietly retired my last game of the year, Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game gave me a good 70 hours, which is more than enough time with a deep RPG. However, I might be dragged back in now, thanks to this rather awesome additional content just being announced. The new DLC […]

SDCC ’15: LGBTQ Geek Year in Review

By Joe Glass Hosted again by LGBTQ comics non-profit, Prism Comics, this is the second in the annual Geek Year in Review panels they’ve held at San Diego Comic Con. A fun panel discussing the LGBTQ related geek news that broke into mass media, it was hosted by Prism Comics board member and creator of […]

Future Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC Will Skip Older Consoles

Dragon Age: Inquisition was a wonderful game. It actually ended up winning our Game of the Year for 2014, and I’ve heard good things about the DLC into this year. Thus far, the only major story DLC that has been Jaws of Hakkon, but there is more coming. If you are a PlayStation 3 or […]

Greg Rucka Enters The World Of Dragon Age

Dark Horse comics has announced that Greg Rucka will be coming on board for a new chapter in BioWare’s Dragon Age comics. Dragon Age: Magekiller runs parallel to the events in the Dragon Age: Inquisition video game and introduces two new characters to the lore: Tessa and Marius. They are a pair of mercenary partners who […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Is Getting Free Multiplayer DLC This Week

Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s multiplayer was a neat little fancy for a few hours, but it never grabbed me like Mass Effect‘s horde mode. The team based dungeon crawling is a cool idea, but I didn’t find it fun enough to warrant any serious play time. Free DLC is free DLC though, and that is exactly […]

Green Ronin Announces Dragon Age Tabletop RPG Core Rules

Previously available as a set of three boxed sets, Green Ronin Publishing has announced the release of a Core Rulebook for their Dragon Age Roleplaying Game. The official adaptation to tabletop gaming of the computer games from BioWare Games, the Dragon Age Roleplaying Game has been featured on Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop web series as well. Written by Green Ronin publisher Chris Pramas (designer […]


The RPG Show For Geek & Sundry’s Tabletop Channel Announced

Something very interesting has been happening for tabletop roleplaying games in Los Angles for the past week. Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop web show started filming the new season of its RPG show. One of the stretch goals of the highly successful IndieGoGo campaign was to fund a season where Wheaton and others would play a roleplaying campaign. Now, the […]

Dragon Age: Inquistion DLC Jaws Of Hakkon Won’t Hit PlayStation Until May

The Jaws of Hakkon DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition came out last week on Xbox One and PC. While I haven’t found anytime to play it, I hear it is a decent addition to the game. One of the big questions surrounding the content though has been centered on exclusivity. Specifically, when would we see […]

UPDATE: First Dragon Age: Inquisition Story DLC Is Out Today!

Dragon Age: Inquisition was my game of the year and I’ve been looking for a reason to jump back into that world. That’s why it’s good that Bioware has greeted us with the announcement of new single player DLC for the game. The surprise is that it’s out today report Kotaku. When asking Bioware boss Aaryn […]

New Edition Of Blue Rose RPG Offers Inclusive And Diverse Gaming Opportunities

By Christopher Helton Tabletop roleplaying and hobby game publisher Green Ronin Publishing announced a new edition of their Blue Rose game. Blue Rose is a game that steps outside of the traditional Tolkien-esque high fantasy, or Howard-inspired Swords & Sorcery for a style of fantasy written by female authors such as Mercedes Lackey or Diane Duane instead. The […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Is Currently Free To Try On Xbox One

Microsoft have announced that Dragon Age: Inquisition has been ‘unlocked’ for a trial period on Xbox One, starting today and ending March 16th. It was announced on twitter by Microsoft with this tweet: Find out what kind of Inquisitor you are w/ a FREE trial of @DragonAge: Inquisition [M]: http://t.co/gWCLNuzPPC pic.twitter.com/TPmo5AM1Qv — Xbox (@Xbox) March […]

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Wins Game Of The Year At The DICE Awards

I really like the whole DICE Summit rigmarole each year. The talks that come out of the event about video games and technology are always fascinating. I’ve only caught one or two from this year as they’ve happened over the last two days, but I’ll no doubt fall back into the show when I get […]

Mass Effect 4 Won’t Take Too Many Cues From Dragon Age: Inquisition

Too often a game’s success can turn into a poisoned chalice. When a title does well, it is bound to have imitators close behind. You can also see this osmosis of mechanics in games, even most prominently in a developer and publisher’s own titles. “Well it worked that time, so let’s do it again.” In […]

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Is Bioware’s Most Successful Launch Ever

Bioware are one of the best developers of creating epic scale adventure with compelling narrative. That’s a potent mix, especially when supported by the quality of content they are synonymous for. I have to say though, I’m a little surprised by the news Dragon Age: Inquisition is the developer’s most successful launch ever. Gamespot reported […]

Get All The Tavern Songs From Dragon Age: Inquisition For Free

Tavern songs in fantasy games have always captured my imagination. They were real standouts in the soundtracks of Skyrim, World of Warcraft and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Speaking of the latter, fans had been asking where they could pick up the game’s tavern music as it didn’t come bundled onto the Original Soundtrack release. In a blog post […]

Nintendo And Dragon Age Win Big At The Game Awards (UPDATE)

Patrick Dane writes, I’m excited about the future of The Game Awards. I genuinely believe in awards ceremonies and it is fun to see Geoff Keighley try to create the ‘video game Oscars’ last night. I was fairly impressed with the new re-brand and there is plenty of room to grow. It isn’t quite at […]