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WII / Action / Release: Feb 10, 2009 / ESRB: M

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Dragon Age 'Ultimate Edition' Coming to PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 on October 26

After releasing over $100 worth of downloadable content and expansions for Dragon Age: Origins, BioWare has announced a bundled "Ultimate Edition" will launch later this year [via Kotaku]. The Dragon Age Ultimate Edition includes all seven previously released DLC packs as well as the "Awakening" expansion. Read more »

"I REALLY hope there is a loyalty upgrade option for the people who bought the digital deluxe ..."
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Daily Filter: September 3, 2010

Shacknews receives a slew of new screenshots and trailers for upcoming games everyday. The most anticipated titles receive their own post, because we know you're eager to see that content. For the rest, we have the Daily Filter, a place to feature all of the media we add to our enormous database on a daily basis.

For our Friday Filter starts with co-op campaign screenshots for Portal 2, directly from PAX 2010. We've also added the announcement trailer for Bloody Good Time, DeathSpank: Thongs of Virtue, Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, H.A.W.X. 2, Panzer Command: Ostfront, FIFA Soccer 11 and a "Witch Hunt" DLC trailer for Dragon Age: Origins. Read more »

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Dragon Age: Origins 'Ultimate Collection' Rated by OFLC

If an OFLC listing is to be believed, Dragon Age: Origins will receive a much needed "Ultimate Edition," which will presumably bundle the role-playing game with its mountain of downloadable content.

Discovered by Joystiq, the listing by the Australian ratings board is the second hint that Dragon Age would see a retail re-release. Earlier this month, GameStop.com listed (and then quickly removed) a Dragon Age: Origins "Ultimate Edition" for release on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3. Although the listing did not detail the disc's contents, it dated the release for October 12 with a $60 price-point. Read more »

"I have a DA question - I bought the game on Impulse. If I buy Awakening in a retail box, can I ..."
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Dragon Age: Origins' Story Comes to an End with 'Witch Hunt' DLC on Sept. 7

The mysterious tale of Morrigan will come to close, very soon, as BioWare has announced new DLC featuring the brash witch is inbound for Dragon Age: Origins.

"Witch Hunt" will be made available on September 7 on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $7 (560 Microsoft/BioWare Points). The content will delve into Morrigan's true motives and give players insight into certain choices she made during the course of the original adventure. (We're trying to keep it spoiler free!) Read more »

"Finally we get to find out what the result of the grumpy witch was. I was loved and hated in two ..."
- Swylen    See all 4 comments


Daily Filter: August 11, 2010

Shacknews receives a slew of new screenshots and trailers for upcoming games everyday. The most anticipated titles receive their own post, because we know you're eager to see that content. For the rest, we have the Daily Filter, a place to feature all of the media we add to our enormous database on a daily basis.

Today's Daily Filter features the "launch" trailer for Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, a dev diary with an insane amount of hoodies for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, a "combo" trailer for the upcoming downloadable title Shank, a trailer featuring the upcoming DLC "The Golems of Amgarrak" for Dragon Age: Origins, a video for Naughty Bear announcing upcoming (and free) DLC, and additional videos for Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures, the newest EverQuest 2 expansion Destiny of Velious, the PSN-exclusive Top Gun and Tales of Cosmos. Read more »

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Xbox Live Marketplace Schedule: Aug. 2 to Aug. 22

Microsoft's Major Nelson has released the Xbox Live Marketplace content schedule for the better part of August.

Notable items include a sale on current Dragon Age: Origins downloadable content, which runs from August 2 until August 22. New DLC for the critically acclaimed Bioware RPG releases on August 10 for 400MS Points ($5). Read more »

"Keep adding games to Games On-Demand. Digital distribution! Let's do this!"
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Dragon Age PC Patch Corrects Issues in Origins and Awakening, Update Coming to Consoles Soon

Today, BioWare has released patch version 1.04 that fixes issues for both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: Origins - Awakening. PC players can download the patch now on FileShack, while Xbox 360 and PS3 users will have to wait until the update passes certification. Unfortunately, some of the errors persistent in Awakening cannot be corrected. According to the detailed patch notes, BioWare outlines three specific issues that cannot be corrected. The problems include entering the Silvermite Mine too early, problems with Sentinel Armor and the Vigilance Sword on consoles as well as the Blackblade Armor on all platforms and locking a party in place in the Arl of Denerim's Estate prior to a guard encounter.

Details and workarounds for the Awakening issues can be found on the BioWare Forum. Read more »

"Any word, Xav de Matos, on when we can expect to see the Impulse version of Dragon Age patched?"
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BioWare Teasing Announcement Tomorrow; Dragon Age 2?

BioWare will be making an announcement, the company revealed via Twitter: "2morrow will be a great day for BioWare fans. Just sayin'"

The horrendous use of "2morrow" might be a clue and not just Internet-speak. Besides, there was plenty of room left in that 140 character-limited tweet. With Mass Effect ready to move on to number 3, that leaves Dragon Age ready for number 2. Read more »

"Neverwinter Nights 1 and 2 were better in so many respects than Dragon Age. In fact, Dragon Age ..."
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Dragon Age: Origins 'Leliana's Song' DLC Announced

BioWare has somewhat mysteriously announced in near-silence a new batch of Dragon Age: Origins downloadable content amidst the hubbub of E3.

Titled 'Leilana's Song,' the $7 (560 Microsoft Points) downloadable content is due out on July 6 and will casts players as Leliana, "a young bard involved in a criminal ring that deals in political secrets." What little BioWare is willing to say for now follows below. Read more »

"Superb idea! I will certainly purchase this! What I would *really* like to see is a DLC that ..."
- evilhippo    See all 41 comments


Dragon Age Anime Announced

BioWare's fantasy RPG franchise Dragon Age is to be adapted into an anime feature film, the developer announced today, created with anime distributor FUNimation.

"Anime is a great medium for us to continue the robust Dragon Age story," said Dragon Age franchise executive producer Mark Darrah in the announcement. Over on the FUNimation side of the partnership, CEO Gen Fukunaga promises "We are going to be bringing the classic visual and storytelling techniques found in anime to create a film that will extend the narrative of the world BioWare has created." Read more »

""Americanised" anime has always been utter crap. I'd be surprised if they pulled this off well ..."
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Prima Launches In-Game Steam Guides

Prima, longtime provider of video game strategy guides, will now be offering digital guides through Steam. Using the Steam overlay, guides can also be accessed within a game. The digital guides also include videos, which are obviously not available in print.

Regularly priced at $19.99, all guides are 50% off to celebrate the launch. Currently, guides are available for: Read more »

" It's not a particularly bad idea. However, most people can buy the game for the some amount of ..."
- Skillmore    See all 41 comments


Dragon Age: Origins Patched on PS3; Fixes Crashing

BioWare has patched the PS3 version of its RPG Dragon Age: Origins, fixing a crashing issue introduced with Sony's official PS3 firmware 3.3.

Additionally, the patch will fix an issue with "free DLC content redeemed with promo codes" as it was not always appearing in the in-game DLC menu. Read more »

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Dragon Age 'Darkspawn' DLC Screens Mark Launch

[Update 11:45 AM CST - BL] The PlayStation 3 version of this DLC will be released later today in the PlayStation Store update, which now occurs on Tuesdays.

[Original] New Dragon Age: Origins 'Darkspawn Chronicles' downloadable content screenshots have surfaced, showing what would have happened "if your character had died in the Joining ceremony, and the Grey Wardens marched under Alistair's command instead." Read more »

"Awesome the they're doing a WHAT IF... but how long can it be?"
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EA: Single-Digit Percentage of Gamers Purchase New-Copy DLC; 70% Redeem Code with Purchase

On its 2010 fiscal year earnings call, Electronic Arts revealed that over 70% of purchasers of its recent titles that include free, one-time DLC codes with all new copies have redeemed the codes. This includes Mass Effect 2's Cerberus Network, Battlefield: Bad Company 2's console VIP code, and Dragon Age: Origin's The Stone Prisoner.

Additionally, EA is seeing a single-digit percentage of the overall player-base purchase this content instead of redeeming codes. It is unclear, however, is this is due to a small percentage of players actually purchasing these games used without codes or if many do not wish to purchase this content with a used copy. Read more »

"EA really need to stop being so predictable in terms of alienating gamers and coming up with ..."
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Electronic Arts Updates Its Release Schedule, Seemingly Confirms Dead Space 2 PC

As mega-publisher Electronic Arts begins to detail its annual earnings, the company has also issued a revised schedule detailing its "key titles" through March 2011.

For the most part, the list is similar to the one the company issued in February 2010, though a couple games have been shifted around and / or properly announced.

Perhaps the most noteworthy detail contained within is the listing for Dead Space 2 PC, which was at one time certain but then relegated to being under consideration. Read more »

"I'm gonna be pissed if I come here tomorrow and see an update posted with an EA exec clarifying ..."
- SabinRaijin    See all 30 comments





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