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  • Dragon Age: Origins (Collector's Edition Game Guide)

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Oct 20, 2009

    This Collector's Edition game guide brings you a vast array of Dragon Age: Origins lore, facts and behind-the-scenes delights. As a Grey Warden, you are among the last of an ancient order of guardians charged for centuries with defending the lands. But now you are on the hunt for the general who betrayed you in a critical battle. A myriad of foes and challenges await as you pursue your quest for vengeance. Prepare to face certain temptation and wrenching decisions as you seek to unite the disparate peoples of a world at war. When the time comes, will you have the necessary information needed to secure the survival of humanity? Stay alert and ready for any situation thanks to this Collector's Edition game guide for Dragon Age: Origins. A special section of more than 100 pages gives a look at the inner workings of the game's developer, Bioware Studios. You'll be privy to complete listings of all talents and skills for every class. Advice on spell interactions enable you to unleash amazing magical powers. Overcome the puzzling sections that vex you, as all puzzles now stand revealed. The rugged hardcover design makes this guide a welcome addition on any bookshelf.
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    The Bigger Picture: 'Mass Effect 3,' 'Mutant Turtles,' and The New Tyranny of the Fan-trum

    Type: Post | Date: Friday, Mar 23, 2012

    What rights do consumers truly have when it comes to the content they digest?
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    Most Anticipated Video Games of 2012: 'Halo 4,' 'Grand Theft Auto 5,' 'Mass Effect 3'

    Type: Gallery | Date: Sunday, Jan 1, 2012

    2012 is just scant days away, and with it, perhaps, the end of times. However...
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    Legendary Pictures wants to play 'Mass Effect' on the bigscreen

    Type: Post | Date: Tuesday, May 25, 2010

    Can this one break the video-game-to-movie curse?