In addition to today's simulcast news, Crunchyroll and Funimation have teamed up once again to bring more titles to the Crunchyroll anime catalog. Read on for launch details and more!
Dragon Age: Inquistion places the player at the head of your own Inquisition, allowing you to gain influence, spy on your enemies, and play in politics as you build your forces. It brings a lot of cool features and, although it possesses some frustrating design flaws, brings back the same immersive fantasy experience. Check out our full review after the jump!
BioWare lifted the curtain on the next chapter in its medieval fantasy franchise today with the announcement of Dragon Age III: Inquisition. According to Executive Producer Mark Darrah, the next game is being developed by a lot of team members who worked on the previous entries, and it currently has a release window of late 2013. Read on for more!
Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker is headed to DVD and Blu-ray in North America on May 29 courtesy of FUNimation, but you can go ahead and check out a 6-minute English-dubbed clip of the flick now. See that and a fresh trailer past the break.
FUNimation has published its list of May releases. New titles include RPG-inspired Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker, horror anime Shiki, Cat Planet Cuties (aka Asobi ni Ikuyo!), and the Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood OVAs. See the complete list after the jump.
Japanese production company T.O Entertainmenthas posted a new promo for Dragon Age - Dawn of the Seeker, the EA, BioWare, and FUNimation fantasy RPG based project from Vexille director Fumihiko Sori and studio Oxybot. The preview hightlights Japanese voice talent, and features plenty of action. Check it out after the jump.
EA, BioWare, and FUNimation are working with Vexille director Fumihiko Sori and studio Oxybot to produce an animated feature based on Bioware's Dragon Age games. The official site has relaunched with a look at the making of Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker. Check it out after the jump.
Japanese production company T.O Entertainment posted a new, minute-and-a-half trailer for the controversial CG anime movie based on BioWare's Dragon Age games. EA, BioWare, and FUNimation are working with Vexille director Fumihiko Sori and studio Oxybot on the feature. Check it out after the jump.
EA, BioWare, and FUNimation are working with Vexille director Fumihiko Sori and studio Oxybot to produce an animated feature based on Bioware's Dragon Age games. To convince further, Japanese production company T.O Entertainment has posted a look at why a Dragon Age anime makes sense. Check it out after the jump.
The official website in Japan for the FUNimation/T.O Entertainment produced CG Dragon Age movie has opened revealing the Japanese release date, title, and a new teaser. All the details and the teaser below.
Originally planned for a home video release in 2011, the FUNimation-produced "anime feature film" based on Bioware's Dragon Age series of role-playing games will now be making its debut in 2012. More after the jump.