How one customer's purchase of Dragon Age: Origins forced GameStop's hand, and whether it means anything for used games going forward.
Whew. Good thing I got the 250GB drive.
Here's one way to snag more DLC than you can shake a broadsword at.
Guess we won't have to wait until Dragon Age II.
Transport issues and other weird errors being addressed.
The classic feel of BioWare's RPG continues with the announcement of a full-on proper expansion.
Which of these mouse-and-keyboard marvels drew us in most in 2009? You're so close to finding out that you can practically taste it! Gross!
The system requirements are out for the PC version of Dragon Age: Origins. Does your machine measure up?
Truly, this is the age of PC RPGs that seem to work pretty well on a gamepad.
Two pieces of news on this highly anticipated return to fantasy role-playing from BioWare.
Greg Zeschuk of BioWare proclaims that continuous DLC content is a big part of the Dragon Age release.
EA held its quarterly earnings call today, and there's a pile of announcements and delays to go along with it.
BioWare drops details on the requisite Dragon Age prequel novel, coming in March.
See BioWare's Dragon Age: Origins with commentary from the game's producer, Dan Tudge.
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