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Download Dragon Age 2 Demo from Xbox Live on 2/22/11.
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BioWare would like to reach a million downloads for its Dragon Age II Demo. If they do, players will get some extra goodies that could help players save the world.

If a million people download EA’s Dragon Age II Demo (for either PC, Xbox 360, or PlayStation 3) before March 1, then BioWare will unlock two in-game items for players to use.

The first is a book called The Far Cliffs of Kirkwall, which gives players a little bit of extra spending cash. The second book, entitled Lothering's Lament, will deliver a healthy boost to a player’s experience. Please note that you will have to login to your EA account while playing the game for BioWare to keep a proper tally.

Dragon Age II’s demo comes out February 22, so if you’re interested in helping with this noble venture go to the game’s official site to learn more.


[GameInformer]

 
 
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BioWare will reportedly release a Dragon Age II demo - at the very least for PC - on February 23.

According to an email sent to GameStop employees (via Kotaku), staff at the retailer will get early access to the demo on February 11 to help them "become a key source of knowledge for GameStop customers and BioWare fans".
EA and BioWare have yet to confirm plans to launch a demo for the game, which hits PS3, Xbox 360 and PC on March 11 in the UK.

The British Board Of Film Classification passed Dragon Age 2 with an 18 certificate last week, making no cuts to the game despite its "strong bloody violence". 

[ Source: Kotaku ]