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  1. If you've ever played a BioWare game, chances are you've played through a game written or designed by David Gaider. Gaider worked at BioWare for over a decade writing games, novels, and comic books for the company. He cut his teeth writing and designing for Baldur's Gate II and went on to play a major part in the creation of Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and then wrote and conceived the fictional world of every single Dragon Age game. With that pedigree, Gaider definitely possesses a familiarity with the minds of the various characters spread throughout Dragon Age. One of the biggest components of the fandom surrounding BioWare's modern juggernauts remains the shippers; people who become very invested in the fictional romances around the various companion characters the developer brings to life with so much care and attention to detail. After a Mass Effect or a Dragon Age releases, fans construct their own headcanons or write fanfiction, but the original creator always reigns supreme. To that end, one of Dragon Age's fans asked Gaider, who is no longer a works at BioWare, what Valentine's Day dates would look like in Dragon Age. Gaider's response was an absolutely adorable and cute gift to the Dragon Age fandom. You can read the highlights of his date descriptions below: Alistair's would probably start off as something which seems lame - like he takes you bowling. Then you realize he's rented the entire place, because he remembered your anniversary, and has it all set up with candles so he can clumsily serenade you while blushing the entire time. Fenris's dream date would probably involve raiding a magister's Tevinter mansion, and then - excited like a schoolboy - he demonstrates his latest choreography for you amidst the ruins. Plus, he brought wine. Dorian's dream date would be some elaborate extravaganza which you both decide to ditch halfway through to head down to the worst dive in the city. There you end up in a big fight with sailors. Who you then drink shots with after the fight's over until you all pass out. Zevran's dream date would involve him taking you on a tour of Antiva while he plays a mandolin. All the locals seem to know him and bring out cakes and other delightful treats. Eventually it turns out to be the lead-up to an assassination. After the fight, he apologizes with sex. Cassandra's date is taking you to a play of Varric's first novel. Her delight is palpable. You arranged to have her dragged on stage to play a character... at first she protests , but then plays the part perfectly. After, you walk along the pier while she talks about her dreams. Morrigan's dream date is taking you to break into a tomb full of musty tomes. You read passages to each other while she laughs at your interpretations of the text. As you're leaving, she suddenly remembers to tell you she had a lovely time. You're not allowed to call it a date. I'm pretty sure Shale's dream date would be going to a clay pigeon factory. The two of you would destroy larger and larger batches of clay pigeons. Between batches Shales would laugh and maybe dance a little jig. There you have it! If your favorite character didn't have a described date, you'll have to hope a different BioWare writer tackles the characters that they wrote throughout the series' history. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games!
  2. If you've ever played a BioWare game, chances are you've played through a game written or designed by David Gaider. Gaider worked at BioWare for over a decade writing games, novels, and comic books for the company. He cut his teeth writing and designing for Baldur's Gate II and went on to play a major part in the creation of Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, and then wrote and conceived the fictional world of every single Dragon Age game. With that pedigree, Gaider definitely possesses a familiarity with the minds of the various characters spread throughout Dragon Age. One of the biggest components of the fandom surrounding BioWare's modern juggernauts remains the shippers; people who become very invested in the fictional romances around the various companion characters the developer brings to life with so much care and attention to detail. After a Mass Effect or a Dragon Age releases, fans construct their own headcanons or write fanfiction, but the original creator always reigns supreme. To that end, one of Dragon Age's fans asked Gaider, who is no longer a works at BioWare, what Valentine's Day dates would look like in Dragon Age. Gaider's response was an absolutely adorable and cute gift to the Dragon Age fandom. You can read the highlights of his date descriptions below: Alistair's would probably start off as something which seems lame - like he takes you bowling. Then you realize he's rented the entire place, because he remembered your anniversary, and has it all set up with candles so he can clumsily serenade you while blushing the entire time. Fenris's dream date would probably involve raiding a magister's Tevinter mansion, and then - excited like a schoolboy - he demonstrates his latest choreography for you amidst the ruins. Plus, he brought wine. Dorian's dream date would be some elaborate extravaganza which you both decide to ditch halfway through to head down to the worst dive in the city. There you end up in a big fight with sailors. Who you then drink shots with after the fight's over until you all pass out. Zevran's dream date would involve him taking you on a tour of Antiva while he plays a mandolin. All the locals seem to know him and bring out cakes and other delightful treats. Eventually it turns out to be the lead-up to an assassination. After the fight, he apologizes with sex. Cassandra's date is taking you to a play of Varric's first novel. Her delight is palpable. You arranged to have her dragged on stage to play a character... at first she protests , but then plays the part perfectly. After, you walk along the pier while she talks about her dreams. Morrigan's dream date is taking you to break into a tomb full of musty tomes. You read passages to each other while she laughs at your interpretations of the text. As you're leaving, she suddenly remembers to tell you she had a lovely time. You're not allowed to call it a date. I'm pretty sure Shale's dream date would be going to a clay pigeon factory. The two of you would destroy larger and larger batches of clay pigeons. Between batches Shales would laugh and maybe dance a little jig. There you have it! If your favorite character didn't have a described date, you'll have to hope a different BioWare writer tackles the characters that they wrote throughout the series' history. Don't forget to sign up for Extra Life to help sick and injured kids in hospitals around the US and Canada by playing games! View full article
  3. Looking for some classics to add to your gaming library for the low cost of $0? Sega's got you covered. As part of their ongoing Valentines Day promotion they are giving away Golden Axe, Jet Set Radio, and Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (along with its two DLC packs). In order to pick these up for yourself, log in to Steam and go to the store page of any one of these titles. On the page there will be an option to download the game for free and this will also give you the option to download the other free titles Sega is offering. Alternatively, you can follow this link to the list of games being offered. The Make War Not Love promotion puts players to the test to unlock new rewards. Every 48 hours new prizes will unlock based on the time players put into Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 2, Total War: Attila or Company of Heroes 2. The prize changes based on which game proves to be the most popular. The title that has the most time in it by the end of the promotion will receive a free DLC pack. Dawn of War 2 is currently in the lead for round 2. Prizes for this round will unlock tomorrow morning and include Streets of Rage II, Binary Domain, and Condemned: Criminal Origins.
  4. Looking for some classics to add to your gaming library for the low cost of $0? Sega's got you covered. As part of their ongoing Valentines Day promotion they are giving away Golden Axe, Jet Set Radio, and Hell Yeah: Wrath of the Dead Rabbit (along with its two DLC packs). In order to pick these up for yourself, log in to Steam and go to the store page of any one of these titles. On the page there will be an option to download the game for free and this will also give you the option to download the other free titles Sega is offering. Alternatively, you can follow this link to the list of games being offered. The Make War Not Love promotion puts players to the test to unlock new rewards. Every 48 hours new prizes will unlock based on the time players put into Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 2, Total War: Attila or Company of Heroes 2. The prize changes based on which game proves to be the most popular. The title that has the most time in it by the end of the promotion will receive a free DLC pack. Dawn of War 2 is currently in the lead for round 2. Prizes for this round will unlock tomorrow morning and include Streets of Rage II, Binary Domain, and Condemned: Criminal Origins. View full article
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