08 Aug

Hot off of the tails of rumors and speculation on the same subject, Bioware has officially announced that their highly-anticipated role-playing property, Dragon Age: Origins, will be shipping in November, rather than the planned October 20th launch date. While no solid reasoning has been given for the delay, it has been specified that gamers can expect the PC and Xbox 360 release of the IP on November 3rd in the States, and the 6th in Europe. However, the Playstation 3 version has been furthered delayed into an unknown day later that same month.

Dragon Age: Origins is the self-proclaimed “spiritual successor to Baldur’s Gate,” pitting players in squad-based combat against throngs of medieval baddies and an expansive and open-ended narrative. The game features branching dialogue paths and deep character customization, and has promised deep and involving action to match the complexity and variety of the more RPG-centric elements.

3 thoughts on ““Dragon Age” Delayed”

  1. Well as long as the game is good, I don’t care if it is delayed, the more time the game takes to make in a reasonable time the better it is.

  2. I think they put themselves in a massive hole by tying themselves to Baldur’s Gate, which is one of the greatest games of all time. And I’ll have to get a better computer to play this one because it does not seem like the kind of title that’ll work on a console.

  3. I love Bioware, but this game just isn’t doing it for me. I’ve never been a fan of WRPG themes, but games like Mass Effect and Jade Empire both caught my attention.

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