World Premiere of Dragon Age: Redemption Tonight on Jimmy Fallon


BioWare and EA have announced a new six-part web series called Dragon Age: Redemption, created by, and staring Felicia Day. Felicia Day is an actress that has had many guest appearances in TV shows, such as House, Lie to Me, Dollhouse, and Monk, although she is best known for her reoccurring character in Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and more recently the web series The Guild, for which she is the creator, writer, producer and star.

Look for the world premiere of Dragon Age: Redemption this Wednesday, February 16, presented by Felicia Day on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” on NBC (check your local listings), and get your first on-set look at Dragon Age: Redemption on “Gametrailers TV with Geoff Keighley” on Spike TV, Thursday, February 24 (check your local listings).

“I’m a huge Dragon Age fan, and I have been looking for a follow up project to ‘The Guild’ for quite some time,” said Day. “I was thrilled when the opportunity to work with BioWare materialized. Dragon Age: Redemption allows me to tell a fantasy story in a new way, using a universe I really love. It has been a dream working together.”

In Dragon Age: Redemption, Day stars as Tallis, an Elven assassin hired by the Qunari to capture a rogue mage intent on wreaking havoc throughout the world. In her quest to find this dangerous mage, Tallis is joined by other companions who are not always aligned in their beliefs and goals, but who band together to defeat their foe, in an attempt to restore peace and balance to this dark fantasy universe.

Day’s original web series, “The Guild,” which follows the story of a group of players in a fictitious MMORPG, was an instant internet phenomenon, attracting more than 100 million viewers in three years. Day is also known as the main love interest, Penny, in Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog, and for her recurring role as Vi on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. For more information about Felicia, including updates on Dragon Age: Redemption, please follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/feliciaday/.

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  1. #1 by premiersoupir on February 16th, 2011 [ 17020 Points ]

    Felicia Day is awesome. Graduate of my alma mater, UT Austin, at about the same time as me. When running through her credentials, let’s not forget her “singing career” on “Dr Horrible” (another Joss Wheadon production, if that fact excites anyone out there) and the Guild cast’s music video, “(Do You Want To Date) My Avatar”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urNyg1ftMIU

  2. #2 by Markus on February 16th, 2011 [ 4322 Points ]

    I’m interested in this. Should be cool, especially if they keep to the vulgar, violent and sexy themes that we can find in Dragon Age ^^

    I wasn’t aware that Felicia Day had such a long resume. Recurring role on Buffy? Hrmm… I’ll have to check that out. I can’t lie though, I was more impressed by her when I thought that she was just some random gamer girl doing a web series. No worries Felicia, for you… I still have love in my heart…

    And room in my bed. Bazinga.

  3. #3 by pedro on February 17th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    The premises for this are great. But I’ll have to see the execution.

    Dragon Age is a really polished game with some very rich development and I’d like to see that, even on a web-series.

  4. #4 by Beastxjason on February 17th, 2011 [ 26201 Points ]

    If they have to mash the buttons to attack Im all for this game. I read they removed the click and battle. I hated starting an attack and going to eat dinner and coming back and the battle was over lol

  5. #5 by pedro on February 17th, 2011 [ 39949 Points ]

    Beastxjason: If they have to mash the buttons to attack Im all for this game. I read they removed the click and battle. I hated starting an attack and going to eat dinner and coming back and the battle was over lol  

    Where did you see that?

    I’ve read there’s no button mashing at all. The stop and command gameplay style still pretty much present. You can still queue only one command to each character.

    The thing I’ve read was the most different was the fact enemies seem easier, eg: they’ll die in one or two special hits.


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