The lights are on
The new social "project" (network was taken) from Google now plays host to BioWare's fantasy franchise. Better go tell all your circles. Dragon Age Legends expands upon the popular fantasy fiction of the franchise with a simple, tactical combat game. Players take on quests, advance the story, earn loot, and grow their kingdom as they customize and upgrade their characters. The game includes both cooperative and competitive modes. “We’re very excited to be among the first games launching on Google’s new social project. It’s an honor to join Google in celebrating the birth of their gaming platform on Google+ by expanding Dragon Age Legends to an even wider audience,” said BioWare co-founder Ray Muzyka. “Dragon Age Legends raises the quality bar for social network games. By bringing the franchise to Google+, we’re able to connect and entertain millions of existing and new fans within the rich, immersive Dragon Age universe!”Dragon Age Legends is available on Google+ starting today, and the game released on Facebook back in March. You can watch the Legends' trailer right here.
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Somehow I got an invitation to the closed beta months ago. I gave it a shot, but it was soooo boring. I guess this is good news for fans though.
Yeah because the game was so awesome the first time around.
Hah, I'll go tell my three friends in my circles.
Although these games are good if for some reason you can't play games on your computer or console, I really don't consider them "real games". I think mostly that these are just to pass the time, but maybe they are. Either way, I plan to get into Google+ anyways.
social gaming, what is exactly is that?
why on Facebook.
Wasn't THAT bad. Had it's flaws though.
Finally a reason for me to try it!
haha... i've been playing this game on my facebook the whooooole time... hehe... i'm really enjoying it too! i'm kind of glad google is hosting it... cause sometimes it can run a bit... on a lag level lol
Great, now Google+ has games on it? Am I going to start getting those endless requests for troll-hunting and cake-making on Google+ now, too? Is there no social media that is sacred?
Considering Google+ doesn't allow anyone under 18 right now, launching games on there could be interesting because you're automatically guaranteed a mature age group of players. That is, until they lower the age gate in a few weeks or months.
Can not stand social networking gaming, so this I will be skipping.