Video games turned into movies don’t often fare well. And “Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker” won’t go down in the annals of great adaptations, but falls squarely in the middle. It’s not terrible, but it’s nothing special, especially for people who aren’t fans of the gaming franchise. Bioware’s “Dragon Age” games have been hits, … Continue Reading →
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Despite all your efforts in the first two games, the Reapers (sentient machines that destroy all intelligent species in the galaxy) have returned. The game opens with the Reapers launching a devastating attack on Earth, and it’s up to you to unite the warring other species to defeat the Reapers. If you have the final … Continue Reading →
Excited about playing Star Wars: The Old Republic on Tuesday? Be sure you read the End-User License Agreement (EULA). Online games usually have some sort of method to detect hacking or cheating programs that are part and parcel of the EULA, the agreement you are required to accept before you’re allowed to play. World of Warcraft … Continue Reading →
Set approximately 3,000 years prior to the events in the films, BioWare’s epic The Old Republic allows gamers and fans to experience and help shape the conflict between the newly re-emergent Sith Empire and the Galactic Republic. Allowing players to choose either side of the war, and to specialize in one of eight different playstyles, … Continue Reading →
Almost precisely a year after the PC and Xbox 360 version was released, the best action RPG (and, in my opinion, the best game of 2010) has finally landed on the PS3. And, as the game comes with all the important DLC already included, if this is your first foray into the world of Mass … Continue Reading →