Good Old Games
Donate to Codex
Putting the 'role' back in role-playing games since 2002.
Odds are, something you like very much sucks. Why? Because this is the RPG Codex
News Content Gallery People Games Companies  
Forums About Donate RSS Contact Us!  

And Book Review He Did

Visit our sponsors! (or click here and disable ads)

And Book Review He Did

Review - posted by Edward_R_Murrow on Thu 30 July 2009, 04:58:55

Tags: BioWare; David Gaider; Dragon Age: Origins

Just for laughs (and because both Gamebanshee and RPGWatch posted it), the Codex is proud to bring you news about a Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne, book review by Galatic Watercooler.
Gamers know David Gaider for the great characters he’s created for popular games Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Neverwinter Nights. And now that he’s the lead writer on Bioware’s upcoming fantasy RPG Dragon Age: Origins he’s published his first novel (and prequel to the new game), Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne. It’s chock full of the usual fantasy trappings like elves, dwarves, mages, giant spiders, magic and sword fights, but its focus remains squarely in Gaider’s strength: developing the main characters.

Stolen Throne feels like the original Star Wars trilogy meets the Harry Potter series, with the tales of King Arthur and the darker tone of George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series tossed in for effect. It’s a coming-of-age story set against the backdrop of a rebellion to reclaim the throne for the kingdom of Ferelden’s rightful heir.
Anybody on the Codex up to challenge their review?
Spotted at: Gamebanshee

There are 295 comments on And Book Review He Did

Site hosted by Sorcerer's Place Link us!
Codex definition, a book manuscript.
eXTReMe Tracker RSS Feed
This page was created in 0.0497150421143 seconds