Dragon Age is a dark fantasy role-playing video game series created by BioWare. The first game, Dragon Age: Origins, was released in 2009. Dragon Age II, a sequel to Origins, was released in March 2011. The series' fantasy setting has also been used by a variety of other media, including books and tabletop games, and the two main games have been joined by a variety of downloadable content (DLC) add-ons.
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... Day, in partnership with BioWare, would be releasing a six-part web series called Dragon Age Redemption sometime in the summer of 2011 ... The web series premiered on October 11, 2011, the same day as the release of the new Dragon Age II DLC, Mark of the Assassin, which features quests based ...
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... by Shiori Kusaka, was serialized in Fujimi Shobo's shōnen manga magazine Dragon Age Pure between October 20, 2007 and December 19, 2008 ... After Dragon Age Pure was discontinued in early 2009, the manga was transferred to Fujimi Shobo's Monthly Dragon Age magazine starting with the June 2009 issue ... bound volume was released in Japan on June 9, 2008 under the Kadokawa Comics Dragon Jr ...
... II Throne of Bhaal, Jade Empire, Neverwinter Nights Hordes of the Underdark, Dragon Age Origins, Dragon Age Origins – Awakening, and Dragon Age II ... Meer appeared at Dragon*Con 2012 costumed as Commander Shepard, his most famous character ...
... Dragon Age Pure (ドラゴンエイジピュア, Doragon Eiji Pyua?) was a Japanese shōnen manga magazine published by Fujimi Shobo ... was a special edition of its parent magazine Monthly Dragon Age which also publishes light novels along with manga ...
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