Bioware's Dragon Age

Posted by Sam Hayes On Sunday, November 08, 2009
I've been researching into some more concept art styles today. I have just picked up Bioware's new Role-Playing-Game 'Dragon Age : Origins' for the PC. I am yet to play it (and fear for my well-being after beginning it, as I may forget everything else in my life) but I have seen a lot of the art that has been gradually released to the public as the game has been presented. Bioware is famous for it's game franchises, such as 'Neverwinter Nights' and 'Star Wars : Knight of the Old Republic'.

Each game from this developer has so much story, character and enviroment design behind it, which makes them a complete pleasure to play and get immersed into. Below I have included a few concept art pieces for Dragon Age, I really like the compositions and colour.

4 Responses to 'Bioware's Dragon Age'

  1. Bluejetdude said...'> 8 November 2009 at 19:06

    I got it on the 360 and trust me, you will lose your life to it. I'm getting MW2 tommorow on PS3 and to be honest I'm to focused on dragon age. I love Bioware


  2. Sam Hayes said...'> 8 November 2009 at 19:11

    I'm about to install it, I may have a sleepless night ahead of me. MW2 i'm also really looking forward to.How are you going to justify going to Phil's lecture when you have that little bundle of extremely violent entertainment sitting infront of your PS3?


  3. Adam Bailey said...'> 8 November 2009 at 19:33

    ahhhaaaaa come on guys we got a project due soon. only kidding. Is dragon age any good on console becuase the reviews i have read say its much much better on p.c but i dont know. otherwise i would get it on 360.


  4. Bluejetdude said...'> 8 November 2009 at 22:32

    As for dragon age on console and PC, I find its down to what style you prefer. the console version is more 'over the shoulder' while PC is more strategic. As for MW2 being at home, Its going to be extremley hard my friend. A real test of Will power


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