Why You Should Download The Dragon Age II Demo
Next week, you are going to download the Dragon Age II demo. You're going to do it, because everyone can benefit.
It's a "call to arms" as revealed at the game's official site: the demo will be available for two full weeks before one of the most anticipated RPGs of the year hits on March 8, and that should be enough time. Time for what? Well, BioWare will give us all two in-game bonus items if the demo is downloaded 1 million times across all three platforms. Those two items are the Far Cliffs of Kirkwall and Lothering's Lament Tomes; the former is a book of poems and grants money when read, and the latter is a another set of poetry that gives you extra EXP after you read it. In regards to the demo you'll definitely be downloading, you'll be able to play through the game's prologue as one of three character classes. We'll be introduced to Hawke and we'll have to rendezvous with his love interest, Isabela. Just completing the demo will automatically unlock something else: Hayder's Razor, a dwarven blade that grants health, mana and combat bonuses.
Sounds like a worthwhile piece of equipment for the full game, right? And I don't know about you, but I want that extra cash and experience. So don't let me down.
Related Game(s): Dragon Age II
2/17/2011 8:52:29 PM Ben Dutka