A new trailer for Anthem appeared at this week’s The Game Awards. This was followed up by a breakdown video, with Lead Producer Mike Gamble going over the trailer’s contents.
BioWare released a teaser trailer for a new, currently untitled Dragon Age game. When it might actually arrive is anyone’s guess.
Those hoping to play Anthem even earlier will get a chance to this month. EA is conducting a closed alpha for the game as accepting sign-ups.
BioWare posted a couple of its recent developer streams for Anthem. The first video looks at combat and exploration, while the second focuses on Javelin customisation.
EA and BioWare have revealed that there will be a demo for Anthem ahead of its launch available to certain players. In addition, a new trailer looks to highlight the link between its online shared-world and individuals’ narratives.
Fresh off its appearance at EA Play, the publisher’s E3-adjunct event, BioWare has provided a demonstration video of the game. Four developers team up to take on the game’s “Scars & Villainy” mission.
EA technically isn’t part of E3, holding its own event a few miles away. Nevertheless, Charalampos Papadimitriou was able to head over and check out BioWare’s Anthem.
BioWare’s Anthem was the game that received the most attention during the EA Play press conference. Three of the game’s developers took some time to talk about the game’s features and show off some new footage.
Fortunately, the Andromeda Initiative chose a bit more than two of every species to go out in its arks to our neighbouring galaxy. The hostile Heleus Cluster does its best to reduce those numbers, however.
Dragon Age is back in a big way. More characters, more areas to explore, and more fun are just a few things Inquisition has to offer.
Get ready to talk and kill your way across the nation of Ferelden in a BioWare title with plenty of information to digest. Doing so is certain to prompt some amusing conversations and situations.
If you’re in the mood to massacre venomous spiders, battle vicious trolls, and slaughter helpless boxes, Reckoning gives you plenty of ways to do that. Come and see if this fate is for you.
We at RPGamer love BioWare games. Just look at our end of year award features for quick proof. While the blood and guts and boobs and butts were more prevalent in Origins, we found Dragon Age 2 to be the more shallow, vapid game.
So it came to pass that the Champion of Kirkwall did a whole bunch of totally epic stuff and exploded a bunch of bad guys into pasty red bits. And there was much rejoicing.
If you happen to be one of those lucky enough to have completed Dragon Age: Origins, then it’s time for more. If not, it doesn’t really matter, because you can still play this.
Grey Wardens get no rest, and neither do those playing Dragon Age: Origins. If you haven’t begun your quest to try and stop the Blight just yet, this review might help to recruit you.
RPGamer returns to Ferelden in this second take on BioWare’s latest RPG epic. Another Grey Warden has stepped up to defeat the darkspawn, but did he enjoy the journey as much as the last?