The titles that are due to become available for free in June through the Games With Gold program. As is usual with the offer, Xbox Live Gold members will get access to four titles in total, two on the Xbox One and another two for the Xbox 360.
In a move that really isn’t all that surprising, EA and BioWare have announced that their hit RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition will release in a Game of the Year edition that includes all previously released patches, updates and DLC. Revealed in a brand new trailer (which can be seen below), the announcement says that it will be available from October 6 on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Dragon Age: Inquisition originally began life as a multiplayer only game set in the Dragon Age universe according to executive producer Mark Darrah. In an interview with gamesindustry.biz, the developer spoke about how game only had online multiplayer aspects at the start of development but that the concept eventually evolved into becoming a full sequel to its predecessors. “Weirdly we actually had a project code-named Blackfoot which was the first game we had that was looking at Frostbite,” said Darrah. “It was a Dragon Age game, multiplayer only, that was in development before Dragon Age II came out. That became the core of what became Dragon Age Inquisition, the techlines, more than any of the development, so we’ve actually been looking at this a long time.”
Ahead of their panel discussing Mass Effect at San Diego Comic Con, BioWare teased fans with this teaser video;
Get ready to shuffle those calendars and re-arrange your holiday period games purchases as EA today announced Battlefield Hardline and Dragon Age delays.
Today, BioWare announced the release date and a gameplay trailer for their upcoming role playing game Dragon Age: Inquisition.
New full PS3 games headline this week’s PlayStation Store update!
Maybe with the addition of multiplayer to Mass Effect 3 this was inevitable.(more…)
Here’s this week’s US PS Store update featuring Hydrophobia Prophecy for free from PS Plus!
Traditional RPGs are becoming a rare and seemingly dying breed. Are we looking at the end of a roleplaying era and if so what does that mean for gamers? Are the triple AAA, high dollared budget roleplaying games a thing of the past?(more…)
Dungeon Defenders and Okabu headline this week’s PS Store Update.
Dragon Age Redemption is a live action adventure set in the time of Dragon Age II. Featuring our very own nerd queen Felicia Day playing as the elf assassin Tallis. Take a look at episode 2.(more…)