Articles tagged dragon age ii

How Could He?: Exploring Social Issues Through ‘Dragon Age II’

No one is implying that the LGBT community turn into blood magicians and that the religious march out to cage and murder them, but this conflict still echoes the tensions felt in the lives of real people.

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22 Aug 2011 // 9:00 PM

Dragon Age II: Legacy

For a story pitched as casting a shadow on the Hawke family line, the actual revelation doesn't really tarnish anyone's reputation.

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Choice, Apathy, and Evil in ‘Dragon Age II’

Dragon Age II, unlike Origins, forces you into the position of a tyrant.

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I Want to Play the Victim in ‘Dragon Age II’

Dragon Age II is all about prejudice, but the player is never truly victimized or oppressed.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: Everyone Is the Champion of Kirkwall

Despite its more limited geographical scope, Kirkwall is a game world well suited to an expanded discusssion.

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Take Your Damn Rivalry Points Like a Man: The Non-Dialectic of ‘Dragon Age II’

This whole outcry stands as a testament to why gamers need to get over notions of "fairness" -- especially when "fairness" isn't really fair.

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The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pantsless Rogue: ‘Dragon Age II’‘s Isabela

If there's one thing I never expected a game to do, it would be to teach self respect.

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‘Dragon Age II’: Making the Case for “Quality” Games

The game makes the most of its often glaring limitations to deliver on some of the strongest character-driven storytelling that we've seen out of a Bioware title.

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Moving Pixels Podcast: ‘Dragon Age’ Expanded?

Dragon Age: Origins received a great deal of DLC, but do these downloadable prologues, epilogues, and side stories add anything to the diverse and complex world of Origins?

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//Mixed media

Because Blood Is Drama: Considering Carnage in Video Games and Other Media

// Moving Pixels

"It's easy to dismiss blood and violence as salacious without considering why it is there, what its context is, and what it might communicate.

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