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Thursday, December 18 2014

Personalizing Race in 'Dragon Age: Inquisition'

Amid the game’s palatial estates and ancient ruins, I found a story that hit much more close to home than I expected. With remarkable subtlety, the world of Dragon Age creates a personalized experience of race.


Monday, October 29 2012

The New Age: Reflections on the 'Dragon Age' Series

Bioware has announced the third installment in their highly regarded Dragon Age series. While they've kept most details about the next title close to the chest so far, it offers an opportunity to look back at where the series has been.


Monday, October 24 2011

"The Shadow to the Substance": Romanticism in 'Dragon Age'

No matter how grave or self-destructive the world of Dragon Age becomes, the poet figure is the ideal guide and prophet to Thedas.


Monday, May 30 2011

'Dragon Age: Origins' and A Few Notes on Class

In games, we always play as middle class. We just occasionally start out in peasant drag.


Monday, March 28 2011

Everyone Is Terrible: The Politics of Orzammar in 'Dragon Age'

The decision of who will be king is probably one of the more complex quests that the Grey Warden undertakes, and here's why.


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