BioWare has confirmed that a third chapter of the popular multi-platform RPG will arrive late next year.
BioWare has shown off its concept art, and hinted at a few details regarding the next instalment in the Dragon Age franchise.
BioWare reveals new details for the next Dragon Age title, calling it "the largest game we've ever made".
If you're going to create a dragon skull for a publicity stunt, you might as well go big. Really big.
This year's entry in the epic RPG/adventure game category is Dragon Age: Origins, releasing Tuesday, November 3. Having now played a preview build of the game for the past six weeks, we can safely say it's one of the year's best.
One of the more interesting games we saw at the recent Game Developer's Conference was Dragon Age: Origins, combining inventive gameplay with a dangerously nerdy Dungeons & Dragons vibe.
One of the more interesting games we saw at the recent Game Developer's Conference was a large-scale RPG called Dragon Age: Origins, combining well-trod sword-and-sorcery clichés with an inventively twisting plot and an advanced branching dialog engine (which is how the main character affects the story by deciding what to say to other characters).
Dragon Age II offers plenty of choices, but does it live up to its predecessor?
Side-by-side comparison of the high-resolution texture pack Bioware issued for the PC version of Dragon Age II.
The upcoming Blu-ray release of the original Star Wars trilogy has even more changes on top of the Special Edition. And some fans aren't happy.