To celebrate the release of the second episode of Dragon Age: Redemption, Felicia Day answered five questions on Twitter and gave away a few copies of Dragon Age 2: Mark of the Assassin DLC. Never mind the free stuff, we've collected the Q&A for you after the break. Read More
You may have spotted in yesterday's Kotaku article - about Felicia Day demo'ing Dragon Age 2: Mark of the Assassin DLC - the bit of information about her upcoming web series Dragon Age: Redemption being split into six episodes that will be released weekly starting on October 11th, but Felicia Day also added (via Google Plus and Twitter) that you will be able to find these episodes on Machinima's Youtube channel when the time comes.
On Twitter, the Bioware Dragon Age account posted a challenge to players to create a Dragon Age 2 character that looks like actress and celebrity girl gamer Felicia Day, who will star as Tallis, an assassin in the upcoming Dragon Age: Redemption web series. A contest wouldn't be complete without prizes, and the winner of this challenge will receive $100 of credit towards purchases at the Bioware Store. Credit to Ausir for the heads up.
It's finally Tuesday on the West Coast, which means that a new episode of Dragon Age: Redemption is now up on Youtube. Watch the second part of Tallis' bloody journey for redemption after the break. It's party (building) time! Read More
As promised, the first episode of Dragon Age: Redemption, Felicia Day's dark fantasy webseries based on a game franchise near and dear to our hearts, has been posted up at Machinima's Youtube channel. It clocks in at 9 minutes, and is the first of six weekly webisodes. This story takes place prior to the happenings in Dragon Age 2: Mark of the Assassin, which is also slated to go on sale today. Webisode video after the break. Read More
Something I missed in the hubbub of the Mark of the Assassin buzz is that Dragon Age: Redemption, the web series whose protagonist stars in the DLC, will be premiering alongside the new DLC release on October 11, 2011. Felicia Day briefly mentions this at the end of her GT.TV segment last night and again in a post on her Google Plus account. Read More
While on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Felicia Day talked about The Guild and Dragon Age: Redemption, which will debut later this summer. She mentions having two months of dagger training for this role, and shows off a ~40 second, action-packed Redemption trailer (starts at 3:58) with some stabby stabby. Video after the break! Read More
Reminder: Felicia Day is doing her "Hangout Housecalls" right now, from 1-4pm ET. If you want to group video chat with her about Dragon Age: Redemption, form a group and open up a G+ Hangout for her to join.
Turns out that Felicia Day's appearance on GT.TV last night was to announce a new story-based Dragon Age 2 DLC named "Mark of the Assassin." It features an adventure involving Tallis, an elven assassin character created by Felicia for her upcoming web series Dragon Age: Redemption, so it all ties in together nicely. We've scrounged up the GT-world-exclusive trailer and the video of the GT.TV segment with Felicia Day after the break. Read More
There's a new trailer for Dragon Age: Redemption! Need I say more?
Tonight's episode of GT.TV on Spike will include a segment with Felicia Day, who will have something #DragonAge2 related to announce. I'll hazard a guess that it's about her upcoming web series, Dragon Age: Redemption. It is slated to air at 10pm PT (or 1am ET)