[quote]Genres: adventure, fantasy
Objectionable content: Intense
Plot Summary: In a country named Orlais where darkness is about to engulf the nation, Cassandra a young heroine who must rises to glory as Templars, mages, and dragons clash. Cassandra must stop a conspiracy that threatens the chantry. Accused of treasonous crimes, Cassandra must fight to regain her honor and overcome her past in order to save Orlais and take her place among the legends.
Running time: 89 minutes
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[quote]Genres: adventure, fantasy
Never played the game myself. Seems to be a good shift like this these days though, movies mirroring games.
The game was a good romp around the hay, but that’s about it really. And since Sori’s involved, then more likely DA will be CG/cell-shaded which for a fantasy/rpg might be pretty…ehh 'shrugs’
And yes, I find that funny 'specially after DA is a 3-D rpg.
Hmmmm… still have no interest in this.
Animated stuff from Video games most of the time suck so bad they need to be burned or used as drink coasters. All I’ve got to say.
Nothing has been announced yet, but it looks like they have the page up and running and are going to provide more info at ComCon on the 21st.
Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker looks to be the name of it.
And they posted a behind the scenes teaser today.
posted on 2010-06-07 11:30 EDT
Movie of fantasy action RPG to ship on home video in 2011
posted on 2010-08-12 16:45 EDT
Fumihiko Sori to adapt Bioware RPG into anime with T.O. Entertainment, Oxybot
[size=16]Dragon Age Film Pushed Back to 2012[/size]
posted on 2011-07-27 23:45 EDT
[size=16]Dragon Age Trailer for Japanese Theatrical Release Posted[/size]
posted on 2011-09-23 03:00 EDT
Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker film to open in Japan on February 11
posted on 2011-12-07 09:05 EST
Sky Crawlers’ Tanihara also in film based on Bioware/EA RPG; Gackt sings theme
[size=16]Dragon Age CG Anime Film’s New Trailer Streamed[/size]
posted on 2011-12-23 01:30 EST
Battle Royale/Kill Bill’s Kuriyama, Gackt, Sky Crawlers’ Tanihara star in February film
Wait - did he say Dragon Rage? :laugh: :laugh:
I do like the look of the dragons, but I’m not sure about the film itself.
She’s not voice acting, she’s just…SCREAMING!!!
…please, use your inside voice…
Wait - did he say Dragon Rage? :laugh: :laugh: [/quote]
That was actually a really fun PS2 game.
As for the movie, I just have to say that it’s bad when the CGI movie looks worse than the CGI in the game. Hopefully, the animation quality is not indicative of the narrative quality. (But I have a feeling it is.)
[size=16]Dragon Age CG Anime Film’s 1st Production Update Streamed[/size]
posted on 2012-01-27 13:05 EST
Some new footage, storyboards shown from prequel to Dragon Age II
Still looks like crap. I think they would sell more copies if they would stop with the teasers. Let people be surprised by the bad CGI.
I really don’t know why Funimation keeps advertising this to anime fans, it seems we really don’t care about it. They would be better off putting it on some game thing like X-Play…
There you go
They will complain about the graphics and the fact it isn’t on the PS360 if I am up to date with Morgan and Adam(his X-Play persona, not the actually guy, I like him)
[size=16]Dragon Age CG Anime Film’s 2nd TV Ad Streamed[/size]
posted on 2012-02-13 08:49 EST
Dragon Age II RPG’s prequel film to ship in N. America on May 29
[size=16]Dragon Age CG Anime Film’s Extended Clip Streamed[/size]
posted on 2012-03-05 21:05 EST
Shorter clip from Fumihiko Sori’s film aired on Texas news station