Dragon Age

Personalizing Race in ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’

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.

The New Age: Reflections on the ‘Dragon Age’ Series

Existing Above the Law in Video Games

Machismo and ‘Mass Effect’

Speaking in Accents and the American Ethnocentrism in Video Games

“The Shadow to the Substance”: Romanticism in ‘Dragon Age’

Other Princesses, Other Castles: The Problem with Playing Romantically in Video Games

Dragon Age II: Legacy

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

Watching As Gameplay: ‘L.A. Noire’ Merely a Visual Novel?

‘Dragon Age: Origins’ and A Few Notes on Class

‘Dragon Age Legends’ Provokes Cynicism but That’s Okay