As if I don’t have enough to do in Skyrim, Bethesda has announced new DLC this summer for its massive, seemingly endless-in-a-good-way RPG.
During a Q&A session held in Japan last week with Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, he has revealed that Nintendo will be taking one step closer into the online world by creating downloadable content for both the Wii U and the 3DS.
It’s not often that I don’t describe a marketing tactic by a company with a snide remark or three, but not this time. Rockstar is doing something really cool for their customers. The company is launching some long awaited DLC for its latest hit, L.A. Noire. Along with it, they are introducing the “Rockstar Pass”, which allows players to pre-purchase their DLC at an economical price.
Like killing Zombies? Who doesn’t! Treyarch is bringing more Zombie killing goodness to Call of Duty: Black Ops.
We all knew it was going to eventually happen. With Capcom releasing an Arcade version of Super Street Fighter 4 we knew, in time that it was going to come to the home platforms and that time is closer then you may think.
Seriously, I should start a column called Dragon Age News or something. But much to my surprise and so soon after the recently released DLC Golems of Amgarrak, Bioware has announced its final DLC for Origins: “Witch Hunt.” Set one year after the defeat of the Archdemon and therefore six months after the events in Awakening, Witch Hunt ties up loose ends with the most mysterious and deceitful of your Warden’s companions: Morrigan.
Like clockwork, if it’s at all Dragon Age related, I report it. The new DLC for the ever expanding DA universe is Leliana’s Song. You assume the role of the red haired beauty and potential love interest of your male (or female) Grey Warden. It delves into Leliana’s backstory as an Orlesian bard. It details how she was eventually betrayed by her mentor Marjolaine, her escape from Orlais, then finally making her way to the Chantry in Ferelden.
Time for yet another return to the land of Ferelden today as Bioware released a new downloadable quest that lets you play as a bloodthirsty darkspawn general. Set in an alternate universe in which your Warden character never survived the Joining Ritual, your poor friend Alistair is the last remaining Grey Warden and is tasked with defeating the Blight. Needless to say it ends in disaster for the good guys. And yes, I am playing it.