Dragon Age IV
The fourth installment of the popular series of RPG games, supervised by BioWare Corporation studio. Dragon Age 4 once again takes us on a journey to the fantastic world of Thedas - in the course of our adventure we deal with exploration, execution of tasks and fight against enemies.
Dragon Age: Inquisition
RPG 18 November 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third part of a cRPG series, which started in 2009 with the debut of Dragon Age: Origins. Once again BioWare took on the development of the production in cooperation with Electronic Arts. The game is set in a fantasy world of Thedas, and the main theme of the plot is a demon invasion. The player becomes a leader of the Inquisition burdened with two tasks: stopping the creatures invading from spirit world - the Fade, and finding the ones responsible for bringing them to the world of mortals. The gameplay is based on classic cRPG solutions with a focus on world exploration, tactical combat, team-building, and making ethical choices that affect the course of the story. On the technical side, Dragon Age: Inquisition employs the Frostbite 3 engine (known for Battlefield 4, among others) which provides high-quality audiovisual environment.
Dragon Age: The Last Court
Adventure 09 November 2014
Dragon Age: The Last Court is a text adventure game by Failbetter Games. Production allows us to assume the role of a ruler of a small region and our task is to manage estates and subordinates and lead political games at the court.
Heroes of Dragon Age
Strategy 05 December 2013
A miniature wargame, set in the fantasy universe of the popular RPG series by BioWare. The title is based on the free-to-play model with microtransactions and was developed by EA Capital Games. Heroes of Dragon Age allows the players to create their own party that consists of the characters known from all the major installments of the Dragon Age series. In the title, they are represented as digital figurines that are sent to battles against enemy forces just like in a classic tabletop game. The pool of available heroes can be expanded by buying in-game packs. What’s more, characters gain experience with each battle and thus advance to higher levels. Clashes are loosely connected by a campaign in which the player moves between locations and faces various challenges. Apart from a single player mode, the title also offers a multiplayer for two players in various game modes. Heroes of Dragon Age features spectacular three-dimensional graphics.
Dragon Age: Legends
RPG 16 March 2011
Action/cRPG game set in the world known from games from the Dragon Age series, realized in the convention of social production on Facebook. The game offers two-dimensional graphics and a turn-based combat system that places a strong emphasis on the tactical aspects of battles. The whole system uses a free model with micropayments.
Dragon Age II
RPG 08 March 2011
A third-person perspective RPG sequel to the greatly received game from 2009. It’s another installment of the series that is considered as a spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate. It was developed by the creators of the legendary series – BioWare studios. The story takes place in the well-known dark fantasy world and it concentrates on a completely new character – a refugee named Hawke who becomes a legend and a hero of Kirkwall. What’s interesting, the plot is presented as a set of stories told by various bards. In difference to the first game, in Dragon Age II the player can become only a human character. The lack of choice is compensated by a much more advanced character development system. Combat system was improved as well, and the dialogue system was changed. The graphics of the game are not only much better than in the predecessor, but they also have a different, more comic book-like style.
Dragon Age: Origins
RPG 03 November 2009
A classic cRPG developed by the famous Canadian studio BioWare – the creators of such iconic RPGs as Baldur’s Gate, Neverwinter Nights, and Mass Effect. The game is set in a typical fantasy universe inhabited by several non-human races. Long ago, in response to a demonic Blight, the elite brotherhood of Grey Wardens is created to fight the spreading evil. Now, as the Blight returns under the reins of an arch-demon, you have to gather an army and personally take command of up to 4 characters to stop it once again. Gameplay is built around real-time combat with active pause and story quests, featuring many dialogues, interesting characters, and moral choices, whose consequences become evident later in the game. While playing, you can choose between the classic isometric view – typical of earlier BioWare games – and modern third person perspective.