You might have spotted a familiar name with an unfamiliar icon among the lineup of launch titles for Google+ browser games. Dragon Age Legends is now enjoying the spotlight alongside esteemed titles like Angry Birds as one of the up-and-coming social network's first game offerings. Although it will be updated concurrently with its Facebook incarnation, Google+'s Dragon Age Legends will be a separate entity, requiring you to create a new hero, and populate another friends list and guild. Having the opportunity to create a second character can be a good thing, since the game only allows you to have one character at a time. Read More
Dragon Age Legends is soliciting ideas for npc war cries.
Suggest castle names for the NPC castles in Dragon Age: Legends, and if your suggestion is picked, you'll receive an in-game reward.
Really commander? A scratch and win game feature in an online rpg... I'm not exactly sure how this fits in with the whole RPG experience, but it does seem like EA2D is scrambling to attract/retain players by giving away loot. Free loot!
The latest Dragon Age: Legends update adds Guild vs. Guild combat, as well as some gameplay fixes.
Get a free pack of items and consumables for the Dragon Age Legends Facebook game by checking out this promo at Origin. You will need to have or register (free) for an Origin (aka EA) account in order to complete the transaction. You already have one if you're playing DA:L anyway.
Another DA:L contest.
PVP in Dragon Age: Legends? The DAL team is working on adding guild vs. guild combat to the game for those itching for a little friendly rivalry.