That’s right, Dragons and Dragonettes: you can grab Felicia Day’s Dragon Age tie-in web series on DVD beginning on Valentine’s Day.
Which is also the day that the Mass Effect 3 demo comes out, if memory serves.
I suppose we can conclude from this that BioWare would much rather we all work on our in-game romances than our real-life ones?
The BioBlog has an interview her. It’s a pretty straightforward discussion about what she does and how she got in to the industry, so if those are things that interest you, give it a read.
I’m not really opposed to the idea of DLC for the most part, but I worry that in the case of Mass Effect 3, BioWare is going to saturate even the most ardent DLC proponents with so much additional content that the end result will be…ugly and kind of backlashy.
It’s too early to tell, but based on what few screenshots have been released for it, it seems to be a better effort from BioWare than their previous foray into the iOS space. Which was also a Mass Effect tie-in. And which…wasn’t great.
Text messages from the characters of the game? Really, BioWare?
…Mass Effect producer Casey Hudson has stated (again?) that BioWare aren’t going to be finished with the series after its third installment.
From Dust? That’s what…the fiftieth piece of announced and/or rumoured DLC for Mass Effect 3?
Actually, that might not be a bad way to put it; the game has to some level been architected to let you play it as…well…yourself. Only with a spaceship, big guns, some badass friends…and an ample supply of potential sex partners.
And don’t forget: The Mass Effect 3 demo drops tomorrow!