Articles tagged with: Dragon Age
EA and BioWare have announced that Dragon Age: Inquisition will be releasing on PS3 and PS4 in fall 2014. The debut trailer has also been released, with a lot to get excited about.
It’s once again time for PS3 Attitude to take a flippant look at the world of gaming. This week’s trope is impossibly obese bosses, all of whom could definitely stand to lose a few pounds; or a few stones; or, in one case, a few million tons. We had a fair amount of fat – sorry, big-boned – characters to choose from, but these are the five that made it onto our virtual weighing scales.
From tiny outfits that provide no more protection than dental floss, to massive armour that even Chuck Norris would struggle walking in, it has to be said that costumes in videogames often look pretty ridiculous. We could have picked five games at random for this list and they’d still have been relevant, but these are the characters we chose in the end (after we picked them at random).
I scared myself the other day. Before you ask, no, I didn’t look in a mirror or work out when the last time I exercised was; I counted up all the role-playing games I own that I haven’t completed yet.
Yes, that’s right; back by popular demand is PS3 Attitude’s PlayTime, in which we reveal what we’ve been up to for the past month. From blockbuster titles to indie games, we’ve been tracking exactly what we’ve been playing throughout March because, believe it or not, we do play games as well as write about them. There’s been a huge amount of highly anticipated games released in the last few weeks, and we’ve played a fair few of them, so let’s get started.
Dragon Age: Origins was released in November 2009 to great critical reviews, and quickly gained an almost fanatic cult following, due to its engaging story, range of interesting characters, and ridiculous amount of choice afforded to the player. However, despite its mostly positive reception, the title also had its fair share of flaws, so the question is, has BioWare successfully rectified these issues with Dragon Age II, or exacerbated them?
If Dragon Age 2 has fallen into the periphery we will forgive you. After all 2011 is quite the embarrassment of riches.
Bioware’s third foray on the PS3 is looking stellar as evidenced by this epic trailer.
Well then, dear PS3 lovers… it will soon be the Year of the Rabbit, the happiest of all the Chinese zodiac signs.
In Chinese astrology the Rabbit is considered to be happy and popular. Rabbits are known for their artistic talent and good taste. You might say there are certain attributes of the Rabbit that foretell of a great year for Sony’s flagship console.
So, is that the case? Or will 2011 be more a ‘dog of a year’ than a metaphorical ‘lucky rabbit’s foot’?
Boy oh boy, say what you want about the franchise but Bioware sure knows how to release an epic trailer, don’t they? The sequel to one of the more successful RPG’s of 2009 is right around the corner, and today we’ve got yet another amazing trailer to show you. Come inside and check it out.
There is a good chance that you have never heard of the company Side, but we’d be surprised if you haven’t came across and enjoyed their work at some point.
They are a London-based creative outsourcing team who developers go to when they need help with casting, directing, voice recording, full performance capture, audio mixing and foreign versions of their games.
BioWare has recently announced Witch Hunt, the final DLC for Dragon Age: Origins. The plot finally explains what happens to Morrigan after the main game ends, and concludes the Origins story-line.
Please note that this article contains spoilers for Dragon Age: Origins.
Excited about Dragon Age 2? Enjoy stylish pre-rendered trailers? Boy have we got the video for you. Come inside to see it.
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
The sequel to Dragon Age, the popular fantasy RPG from BioWare, has been officially confirmed by publisher, EA. The game has been slated for a March 2011 release, and will be available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC platforms.
Following up on a story we posted almost a month ago – a new patch for Dragon Age: Origins is incoming to fix a number of problems seemingly caused by the PS3’s firmware update 3.30.
Breath easy people, it’ll soon be over.
When Bungie recently announced that they were going multi-format by signing with Activision, it was music to the ears for us PS3 owners. The last time we got excited like that was when BioWare signed with EA.
Up until now, you have been a human, an elf, or a dwarf in Dragon Age: Origins, killing darkspawn left and right without so much as a second thought. For the first time ever, the upcoming Darkspawn Chronicles DLC pack will allow you to play as one of these nasty little demons.
‘Anger’ is the word of the day if you’re a PS3 Dragon Age: Origins fan, as there are numerous complaints that the latest console firmware update – 3.30 – is randomly crashing games.
And when we say numerous complaints, we actually mean twelve pages worth and counting. Eek!
Here we are with the latest edition of PS3 Attitude’s ‘Deals of the Week’. Every Friday we deliver our favourite PlayStation 3 game deals from across the Internet.
We’re also fair people here at Attitude Towers, so we have split this segment with two PS3 deals for the United Kingdom, and two for the United States.