On the Possibility of a Dragon Age Demo

Eurogamer draws attention to a revelation from their interview with BioWare's Dan Tudge that indicates BioWare's intent to support the release of Dragon Age: Origins with "downloadable content, both pre-release and post release; free content, paid-for content; online achievements." When pressed about whether pre-release downloadable content is code for demo, Dan plays it coy: "I can't say. You can expect something very creative from BioWare; the details I can't really go into."
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Yeah, I've never seen a bad game from Bioware yet

*cough* Jade Empire, Mass Effect *cough*

Sorry, i wanted to like these games, but couldn't. Great looking, good story, enjoyable dialoge ... but combat systems which do not work for me. I stay away from BeatEmUps for a reason and if i want to play a shooter, i play a shooter and not some crippled semi-shooter-wannabe-half-ass-RPG, which couldn't decide, what it wants to be.

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