Dragon Age II is definitely an interesting sequel. After originally beating the story modes of Dragon Age: Origins and Awakening, I was definitely excited what a new iteration would bring after seeing the E3 trailer for this title. The way the protagonist fighting this horned enemy and creating hands from vortexes to defeat him just kept me on the edge of my seat with questions. Will they have improved the magic system or combat in general? Would we be able to create any character we like from any race like before, and what would the story be like to involve these fierce new characters? Click below to learn what they’ve done with this great series.
With Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire due to release in less than twenty four hours, Mr.Dragon and I have decided to celebrate this momentous occasion with naming our top ten favorite Pokemon of all time! We did establish some rules so that way our lists could be more diverse considering there are over 700 Pokemon. Those rules being only one Legendary, one starter, and we could only choose one Pokemon from an evolutionary line. Now Ben names his Top Ten favorite Pokemon!
With Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire due to release in less than twenty four hours, Mr.Dragon and I have decided to celebrate this momentous occasion with naming our top ten favorite Pokemon of all time! We did establish some rules so that way our lists could be more diverse considering there are over 700 Pokemon. Those rules being only one Legendary, one starter, and we could only choose one Pokemon from an evolutionary line. Mr.Dragon is up first so let’s who his Top Ten favorite Pokemon are!
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Welcome everyone to the first ever movie commentary for the RPG crew! Due to the lack of actual episodes and how busy Dragon and I are with reviewing loads of games this holiday season, we decided to do a fun commentary for all of Marvel Studios movies. So just hit play on here and the movie at the same time and let the syncing begin! Let us know what y’all think of this and what other movies would y’all like to see us comment over.
Holy crap, the holidays are nearly here and boy Nintendo seems ready to absolutely dominate this winter! So the next set of reviews will be even more Nintendo centric than usual so bear with me here. So to kick this off let’s start with Hyrule Warriors, a game that blends the style from The Legend of Zelda with the huge army combat game that is the Dynasty Warriors franchise. I didn’t see this coming and I was dreading its release because I don’t have the fondest of memories for Dynasty Warriors. Can you mix two completely different genres and make something amazing? Let’s see shall we?
When Dragon Age Origins was released, people enjoyed the game so much that Bioware didn’t want to just stop there with the core game. Thus they used the same game but created the expansion that was Dragon Age Origins: Awakening, which tells a brand new story after the events of Origins with some new gameplay elements. But does the Expansion do anything that improves the problems of the core game or is it just more of the same? Click below to learn more.
People who know me know I love the fantasy RPG genre. So when Dragon Age: Origins first came out, I knew immediately I had to play it. I remember enjoying the story for the first time quite fondly, but I will be revisiting the title for the Playstation 3 to see if the game is just as good as I remember it. Let’s dive into the realm of Ferelden and see if it’s held up to today’s standards.
To celebrate the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition coming out on the eighteenth this month, I’m going to spend all of November reviewing the series. So for the upcoming weeks, I will review Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age: Awakening, Dragon Age 2, and finally Dragon Age: Inquisition. If there is enough interest or I feel it warrant enough to talk about, I will also write about the various Downloadable Content for the games as well. If I have enough time, I will also sneak in a review of Lords of the Fallen as it will be the most recent game to date that I will review. But the majority of my time will be dedicated in playing this series to revisit what’s evolved throughout the series whether good or bad. Either way, this will be a great chance to revisit the series I enjoyed so much during their initial releases.
It’s time to conclude Halloween Month here for the RPG crew with a game that I’ve been told ages to play. I’ll lay this out and say that I have never been truly interested in the Castlevania series growing up nor when I came back to gaming 3 years ago. I didn’t know this was a franchise till I saw a series of youtube reviews, and that peaked my interests. This game is considered by many to be the peak of Castlevania awesomeness, but what about a person who has no experience with the mythos? Without further adieu it’s time for Castlevania: Symphony of the Night!