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BioWare now proudly present the latest trailer for Dragon Age 2 titled "Rise to Power" which shows some gameplay footage, along with Hawke confronting the invading Qunari, and Cassandra prying Varric for information about the Champion of Kirkwall.
The seductive Rivaini woman Isabela, who some people might remember as the captain of The Siren's Call from Origins, will return in Dragon Age 2. David Gaider commented that Mika Simmons, who voiced her, will not be returning in Dragon Age 2. "As for the voice, it's a different voice actress but she sounds much the same as she did" ~ David Gaider.
All of this, and much more, can now be viewed or downloaded at the official site for Dragon Age 2 here.Read more >
There has been speculation on BioWare's Social Network concerning possible cameo's of certain characters from Origins. We know so far, that the enigmatic character Flemeth will definitely return. In the midst of it all, there has been a discussion of the return of Alistair, whose role were an integral part of the plot during most of the events that transpired in Origins. Steve Valentine, the voice of Alistair, has recently given small hints of a possible cameo in Dragon Age 2 at his twitter profile.
In the end, like most of the followers in Origins, Alistair's fate were decided by the player. We can only assume, so far, that this means his part in DA2 will indeed be a small part. What does the community think of this? Will it be a joy to see A…Read more >
Part four of BioWare's podcast series, concerning Dragon Age 2, can now be viewed or downloaded through the official BioWare blog here.
Victor Wachter of BioWare's Social Network, will this time be talking with Lead Writer of Dragon Age 2 and Origins David Gaider about the story development of Dragon Age 2, the world of Thedas, Gaider's view on fan fiction, our new protagonist and the importance of followers and how they generally shape the world, the player has been placed in. Mr Gaider will also elaborate on how the decisions from Origins will affect the world. The Dalish Clan, which the Warden could have been part of, in Origins will make an appearance.
All this and much more will be discussed in the listed podcast, enjoy.Read more >
There has been speculation, fan art, chest hair and other shenanigans, concerning this seemingly popular character, amongst the fans at BioWare's forum. It can now be told, that Varric will be voiced by Brian Bloom who some people might remember as Leske or Dwyn from Dragon Age: Origins. This was confirmed by BioWare's very own Mary Kirby, who is also responsible for the writing of this character. The source of this information can be found on BioWare's official forum here.
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More information about Dragon Age 2 can be found here.
The lastest episode of BioWare's podcast series concerning Dragon Age 2 can now be viewed, or downloaded, through the official BioWare blog here.
Victor Wachter of BioWare's Social Network speaks with the Executive Producer of Origins Mark Darrah about the process of creating the Dragon Age games, the importance of the fans feedback and the possibility of female Hawke being presented to the public, very soon. Victor will also have a chat with Lead Designer Mike Laidlaw, talking about his recent trip to Gamescom and some exciting stuff you can look forward to, at Penny Arcade Expo, this weekend. Other fan-related topics including ponytail, Varric’s chest hair and Hawke’s beard will also be mentioned.Read more >