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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:03am 11/09/09 | 12 Comments
As archaic as the animations look, and as grating as that nu-metal business at the end of the trailer is, we're still really pumped about BioWare's foray back into the fantasy realm with Dragon Age: Origins, and now even more so thanks to their latest revealing trailer.

Introducing the character Leliana, her brutal sword-swinging abilities and the tantalising image of her, err... half neked, this introductory trailer gives more reason for Dragon Age: Origins to be on your radar when it releases this November.

Check it out right here. We've also updated our game page with more screenshots, check them out below.














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Obes
Posted 11:08am 11/9/09
hmm reads like a paid add.
Dan
Posted 11:12am 11/9/09
Heh yeah. Cause game publishers love to give you money for ripping on their choice of music.
Steve Farrelly
Posted 11:17am 11/9/09
and animations
Khel
Posted 11:27am 11/9/09
Yeah, the animations are a bit of a turn off, and the frozen zombie faces on all the characters as they talk is a bit distracting and creepy, but I'm still looking forward to this.
Hogfather
Posted 11:30am 11/9/09
hmm reads like an Obes troll
Dan
Posted 11:44am 11/9/09
I wish they could have just used the Mass Effect engine to make a b****in medieval fantasy game. Will reserve my judgement until I get to play it though because Bioware really haven't done me wrong so far.
giririsss
Posted 12:46pm 11/9/09
Could also be what the additional delay was for? it was meant ot be out by now originally.
Phooks
Posted 04:10pm 11/9/09
Bioware has never been one for amazing visual battles or animations. But they are legends at storytelling. Really pumped for this
konstie
Posted 04:30pm 11/9/09
i agree that they are legends for story telling, but the mass effect story didn't do it for me (too short?)... though kotor was enjoyable.
Tollaz0r!
Posted 05:00pm 11/9/09
I found Mass Effect to be rather limiting in the RPG factor. I hope this game does a better job.
skythra
Posted 10:18am 14/9/09
I found Mass Effect to be rather limiting in the RPG factor.


I found mass effect to be incredibly counter-intuitive. No matter how much i could aim in regular FPS's headshots for some reason were mostly based on something else. I couldn't play more then 2 hours of that game before it worked so hard against itself that i gave up altogether.

I think mass effect without guns (ie fantasy) would have been pretty neat. Although i'm partial to fantasy rpg's and futuristic FPS's.
ravn0s
Posted 10:27am 14/9/09
anyone know if theres going to be a demo?
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