Entries in 'dragon age' (19)
Back in April, EA was voted the worst company in America for the second year on the trot.
EA's hit RPG series Dragon Age will launch on next generation consoles next year.
Dragon Age: Legends developer Bioware San Francisco is reportedly no more.
It's a more profitable series that Mass Effect, but EA has admitted that recent RPG release Dragon Age II has "lost some fans" for the franchise.
Production on Dragon Age 3 is underway, BioWare has announced.
Dragon Age fans have accused Electronic Arts and BioWare of hiding controversial DRM measures in their latest release.
BioWare has assured consumers that Dragon Age II will be a more “streamlined experience” than its predecessor.
Ahead of the release of Dragon Age II on March 11th, it has been announced that the BioWare RPG is to get a spin-off live-action web series.
Electronic Arts has started its own DLC sale on the Xbox Live Marketplace.
2011 will be a landmark 12 months for developer BioWare as it prepares three big titles for the year.
Publisher EA has announced Dragon Age Legends, a brand new instalment in the successful RPG series that will be released exclusively through Facebook.
Rob Bartel, the principal designer at BioWare, has told MCV that last year’s PC and console release Dragon Age was the most successful game the studio has ever produced – ...
A simple mistake, a deliberate headline-grabber or a surprise-spoiling leak – we won’t know until next week whether details in GameSpot’s interactive E3 planner are the real deal.
BioWare and EA are teaming up with a leading anime firm to produce a feature film based on the acclaimed Dragon Age franchise.
Sony has told MCV that SCEE policy is the reason behind why many of the boxed expansion packs that get released on Xbox 360 and PC only get a PSN ...
Electronic Arts has stormed the PC charts this week, taking the top two positions with its latest releases.
Downloadable content sales for Dragon Age: Origins have already surpassed the $1 million mark.
In the most competitive release week of the year so far, Nintendo’s Wii Fit Plus has seized the number one position, according to this morning’s weekly games charts.