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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Jade Empire was crap, agreed. An hour of playing it with that idiotic combat system and I had had it.
Still, I give kudos for innovation. At least they tried.

More than I can say for a LOT of companies (*cough* Capcom *cough*... it's good to have established 'Franchises', eh? Where'd their intellectual property go, I dunno... but the 'Franchises' are great).

Mass Effect, I felt, provided the best of both worlds in a nice console FRPG. As far as quality RPG gaming goes, it was Oblivion, but it was DX2 either.
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