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Build a party of famous warriors and epic monsters from Dragon Age lore. Battle other players in strategic, CCG-inspired 3D combat and compete for daily PvE rewards in the Nexus. Fight bosses on engaging quests from the award-wining, dark fantasy RPG games.

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Collect hundreds of characters from the Dragon Age universe, including rare dragons, giant golems, and other devastating creatures each with unique abilities, stats, and factions. Unlock Fortify Slots to consume your other heroes stats and become more powerful than you can imagine. Devise deep strategies with the Gallery: a compendium of hero groups, faction, rarities, and specialties.

Welcome to a quest-embarking, boss-battling, PvE adventure for all skill levels. Progress through exclusive maps and complete daily challenges to win heroic loot!

Build up to eight squads and watch your strategy unfold on the battlefield. The more heroes you collect, the more possibilities you have at your fingertips. Clash against other players to earn banners and one-of-a-kind rewards in timed events. Deploy your winning formations to earn trophies and dominate tiered leaderboards. Can you beat other players and hold the top spot?

Play through epic quests and boss battles as you immerse yourself in Dragon Age lore. Earn achievement rewards by reliving places, times and storylines straight from the beloved franchise!

Immerse yourself in stunning graphics as you watch your heroes rock the battlefield with amazing special effects.

Are you ready to master the heroes of Dragon Age? Join us now for FREE

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Sanuku's comments:

Sorry to tired to manually copy & paste every Details. I will add those when I will get up later.

10-22-2013, 09:19 PM
Joined: Jun 2009
Posts: 11,957
I assume the Builds are similar so...

10-22-2013, 09:44 PM
Quite interested in checking this out.
10-25-2013, 02:38 AM
Joined: Oct 2011
Location: BC, Canada
Posts: 540
So far I am really enjoying the game, Already put some money into getting more packs. While its strategy is unlike say card based deck, in that you can have different focus i.e. Direct damage, creature deck, counter spell deck. Here you do have synergies but the action is AI controlled so, balance or defense fast strikes or AoE [max 4 characters and 1giant]. You have runes that can do temporary boosts, and your characters level up but can be also evolved. Then there is the rarity. So far the only gate I've seen is timer for games, that included online and another for offline, which hurts. Regen timer is one per 15 min so give or take 2hrs for full recharge. Still enjoying it.
10-25-2013, 08:02 AM
Joined: Oct 2011
Location: BC, Canada
Posts: 540
Alright just hit a wall. My epic guys cannot progress further, and can't pass the next mastery. There is a definite wall you hit, unlike in card deck games where even a well designed commmon deck has a shot here it stops. Not sure if I want to spend more money because if this is any indicator then I will hit this wall again. Kinda sad, when you cannot play single player content. PvP is somewhat fun.
10-25-2013, 08:31 AM
Joined: Apr 2011
Posts: 2,067
Boobi, it looks like from the video that the game plays automatically. Am I just not seeing the taps, or do you select your team and then they go without any direct control?
10-25-2013, 09:24 AM
Joined: Apr 2012
Location: Lacey, WA
Posts: 97
I'm having a hard time myself deciding whether or not to push further into this game. It does play automatically...you can sometimes find runes that give your team a 10% or so chance of targeting the weakest/strongest opponent, but otherwise you have no control whatsoever about who they attack. It can be extremely frustrating when they change their own targets, and an enemy with basically one hit left is ignored and allowed to continue hurting your team. And there is definitely a wall...I hit it during the campaign, where my team simply had no chance to progress, and then again while grinding earlier levels to level up my existing team. You can replay earlier levels a certain number of times to master them and earn gems, but the levels ramp up quickly in difficulty and leave you with few options besides paying or a very long and tedious grind to slowly earn gold and a minor bit of XP to level your team. The game looks good though, and I can tell there is a pretty cool collection of characters to find...I really want to like this game, but I definitely wrestling with moving forward. It seems like it would have been so easy to make it turn based, and give you some control over how the battles play out. It's very frustrating to watch your team lose in part to who they decided to target, instead of letting you direct them...
10-25-2013, 01:43 PM
Joined: Mar 2012
Posts: 774
Game Impressions

Ive never played Dragon Age and had no vested interest in the IP aspect of the game. Honestly I thought Id hate it when I found out it was automatic combat, but tried it anyways because it was free and looked good. Surprisingly, the game is actually pretty fun. My observations so far:

1.Graphics: This is a pretty-looking game. The units all look neat and animations seem fluid. I actually get a bit excited with every new unit to see what kind of creature it is.

2.Gameplay: I thought I hated auto-controlled combat without exception, but DA seems to do it right. Each unit has a variety of forms of combat, from combat speed, special abilities, and range of damage, which ranges from single target, all targets, a column, or a row. In addition, there are benefits from using various factions that get bonuses against other factions, but also bonuses from being teamed up with full teams of one faction. To add to this, position also matters as units in the back get attack bonuses and units in front get health bonuses. Ive found I have a very high win percentage in versus even against those with more invested in the game than me, mainly due to my team having more thought in who is fielded and where. Thus, the combat, while automatic, actually does feel like you have had a decent amount of control in the outcome. Plus, the battles can be fast forwarded and are fast, so you dont feel like your bogged down watching animations.

3.Currency and IAP: So there are two forms of in game currency; gold and gems. Gems are the rarest, you start with enough for one rare pack and can get more either with real money or by mastering stages, which involves completing the same stage multiple times as the difficulty ramps up with each attempt. You can easily do this enough to buy many more rare packs with no spending of real money. The other currency, gold, is easy to get coming from all normal single player missions and versus missions. With gold you can purchase packs that offer commons and uncommons mostly, but also do have a chance at giving rares.
10-25-2013, 03:05 PM
Joined: Jun 2009
Posts: 11,957
Originally Posted by Kirenx View Post
Ive never played Dragon Age and had no vested interest in the IP aspect of the game.
You are missing one of the best RPG of the new Century, at least speaking of the first One + the Addons.

There is absolutly no reason why you shouldn't grab a Copy of Dragon Age the next Time it goes on Sale on Steam or GoG.com.
10-25-2013, 04:29 PM
So hearing of this pay wall completely ruins it for me. While I will entertain a free to play game that is enjoyable, I will not do so with a paywall.

Why do these great IP's shoot themselves with this disgusting pay model? These types of IP's (already highly recognized) have the potential to explode, as long as they don't shoot themselves in the foot in which they did.

Heres to hoping it gets a balance update.