As a part of their massive summer sale, Steam is featuring BioWare's entire Dragon Age series of games on sale today as a daily deal. Even if you're a BioWare fan, you can be a conscientious buyer too. Price breakdown, price comparison with the Steam regional stores, picks, and notes about price history after the break. Read More
We mentioned this a couple of weeks ago, but this weekend, the EA Store is having a 33% off sale on Dragon Age and Mass Effect games (both 1 and 2). Also, if you're not opposed to digital download preorders, Direct2Drive has a 25% off Easter holiday promo code BUNNY that can be used to take $15 off of your Mass Effect 3 preorder. Not too shabby.
After having played a dual wield rogue through in Dragon Age: Origins, studying up on the subject matter, and reading lots of community posts, I realized that there is a lack of detail-oriented class guides that put all those bits and pieces of information together. So, I finally got around to jotting down something about melee rogues that offers something for both power gamers and casual players. Read More
Digital download service Impulse is offering the pc version of Dragon Age: Origins Ultimate Edition for 50% off ($25) this weekend. (Technically, DA:O UE is $40 retail for the PC now, so that is actually only 37% off.) If you were curious about all those claims that DA:O > DA2, now's a chance to find out for yourself at a bargain price.
The latest Bioware Social Network Community Contest challenges you to create a short playable module using the Dragon Age Toolset. The module must be compatible with the Contest 7 Framework and must include content from at least three contests in the Community Contest Catalogue. They're adding on a "jobs board"-esque framework, so try and think of short modules which might make sense from that starting point. Deadline is Monday, March 28, midday GMT+0. The prize point system is explained on the contest page.
For this article, I'll put away that Slap Morrigan mod and get into a comprehensive list of fan-made patches that unobtrusively remedy various issues with the game, such as broken side quests, dialog continuity, imports, missing/unaccessible items, graphical glitches and nonfunctional game mechanics.