Dragon Age Videos: Bloody Showers for the Internet, Bloody Faces for TV

The latest deluge of Dragon Age: Origins media presents us two new videos: one made for the internet, the other for TV. Guess which one features a shower of blood? First up is the TV commercial, tame by video game standards:

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The latest deluge of Dragon Age: Origins media presents us two new videos: one made for the internet, the other for TV. Guess which one features a shower of blood?

First up is the TV commercial, tame by video game standards:

Click through for the more extreme trailer:

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    October 28, 2009 12:08 PM

    western rpg's FTL.

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      October 28, 2009 12:21 PM

      NEEDS MORE FACES WITH MASSIVE DOE EYES AMIRITE?

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        October 28, 2009 12:35 PM

        No.

        We need more games dealing with the emotional strain of being a teenager where like, nobody understands you. And like, more gunblades. Please.

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          October 28, 2009 1:29 PM

          Pretty prease?

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          October 28, 2009 1:46 PM

          Don't forget having a party consisting of:

          Grumpy tough guy, who learns to love life once more.

          Annoyingly optimistic friend to get your angst ridden main protagonist to actually do anything but mope.

          Innocent playful 10 year old looking female with DD breasts who discovers she has hidden powers.

          "Mature" 20ish year old female with bigger breasts who just bitches at the main protagonist for half the game before falling in love with his lack of personality.

          Wierd pet creature/robot/monkey/child ...just to be unique.

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            October 28, 2009 3:57 PM

            christ, ive played that game. Oh wait, games.

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        October 28, 2009 2:54 PM

        Anime aesthetics are fine to me, but I've quit JRPGs a long time ago because of the stagnant gameplay.

        Typically far too easy, virtually NO dialogue/meaningful choices in most console games, hamfisted/unskippable cutscenes, ultra linear story progression, all preset characters, and no mod support.

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        October 29, 2009 6:50 AM

        No, what we really need is more cutscenes with massive dragons flying out of the sky, swooping down, swooping back up, then pausing for a slow camera pan over its face, until finally a bright light suffuses the entirety of its majestic form. Particles form around the mouth as the mighty avatar takes a deep breath, and finally a cascade of pure, mind-bending energy is expelled onto the enemy of the player, hitting for 8 damage.

        That move completed, the next character summons a huge treewoman who......

        And after about an hour and a half, the round is over and we go to the next round.

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      October 28, 2009 12:53 PM

      Multiple Fs.

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      October 28, 2009 3:51 PM

      Baka gaijin.

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      October 28, 2009 5:30 PM

      Don't play that game, dude. Both have really silly archetypes. Fighter, archer, mage much? Shooting sparklers from finger, you call that magic?

      My problem is with the North American fantasy stuff, it's so detached from its fairy tale origin it's silly. Of which this game is.

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        October 28, 2009 7:44 PM

        Wait a sec. It's silly because it's different from the "fairy tale origin?" Which origin or you talking about: medieval legends of dragons and wizards, or just Tolkien high fantasy? Whatever, it's ALL silly so I don't get your point.

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      October 28, 2009 6:23 PM

      No. JRPGs, my friend. They can sink back into the swamp from which they came because they're just as stagnant.

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      October 29, 2009 11:55 AM

      ...and preferably 7th graders with with furry cat ears and long tails. WTF is up with that anyway?

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