The cover story for the month of September over at Game Informer is the long-awaited third installment in the Dragon Age franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition. The cover can partially be seen above; head to the source link below for the full show.
We’ve already seen a cinematic trailer for the game and many goodies will be shared in the coming weeks, but to kick things off, we have some new information about the game and the first ever peek at some gameplay action.
The footage is only pre-alpha in a pair of behind-the-scenes peeks at the project, but it is the first look we’ve had at the actual game, and that’s exciting for fans of the series (or at least the amazing first game). Continue below now for more info, and to check out the pair of videos that discuss the game and show off the first peek at gameplay.
Finally! After a lengthy wait, the very first trailer for the much anticipated sequel to Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II has finally arrived.
BioWare officially announced Dragon Age III: Inquisition last September after a long period of rumors that the Mass Effect creators were hard at work on the game. Not much has been heard since then, not until now, when the first trailer was released.
As always, the first trailer is only cinematic; but it does include some familiar faces and a good peek at what we can expect to be dealing with in the game. Which is, of course: terrifying alien creature thingys raining down from the damn sky!
Check out the first trailer for Dragon Age III: Inquisition below now!
Today marks the release of the first episode of Dragon Age: Redemption, a new web series based on the popular BioWare video game series.
The series stars Felicia Day (The Guild) and Doug Jones (Hellboy) and is produced by Day’s own production company, Knight of Good. The series focuses on Tallis (Day), an elf working for the Qunari, one of the groups in the fictional world of Dragon Age. She is tasked to track down Saarebas (Jones) a renegade mage of the Qunari who has escaped prison. But why am I telling you about it when you should just be watching it yourself.