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Dragon Age: Redemption


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  • Actors: Felicia Day
  • Directors: Peter Winther
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Flatiron Film Company
  • DVD Release Date: February 14, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005TZFZ6U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #82,410 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Product Description

Written by and starring Felicia Day (The Guild), DRAGON AGE: REDEMPTION is a six-part series based on Bioware's Dragon Age video game franchise. Taking place in the same setting as Dragon Age: Origins and during the same time period as Dragon Age II, DRAGON AGE: REDEMPTION tells a story of sword, sorcery and adventure.

Tallis (Day), an Elvish assassin, gets a last chance at redemption when she is sent to capture a rogue Qunari mage who is intent on wreaking havoc in the world. Complicating her quest is a Chantry Templar, Cairn, whose goals seemingly rival her own. Along the way, through battles and subterfuge, they join forces with a murderous Reaver, Nyree, and a lovelorn Dalish Elf, Josmael, to defeat the mage's hidden plot or risk massive destruction throughout the world.

Special Features:

  • Bioware TV: Working with Felicia
  • Dragon Age Trailers and Premium Content
  • The Making of Stunts, Costumes and Characters
  • Audio Commentary with the Director and Producer
  • Bloopers

Customer Reviews

The acting is pretty good and the costumes are amazing.
Link2Courage
I am a fan of the Dragon Age video game series and really enjoyed this mini-series.
lespaulio
I wish they would just call this what it is- a really bad cosplay.
Heather Lynn White

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102 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on December 25, 2011
Format: DVD
As much as I truly love Felicia Day and have supported the Guild by buying the DVD's despite being able to watch online for free. I can not however encourage anyone to spend 14 dollars on this dvd. It claims a run time of 90 minutes, each of the 6(?) episode unless they've actually added content is only about 6 1/2 minutes long (if you take out the opening titles and ending titles.) I would say go onto youtube and check out dragon age redemption, if after a couple episodes you think this is a can't live with out then buy it. I figure it'll be on sale for 10 bucks down the road and I can pick it up then. It's worth seeing, just 14 bucks is too steep a price for it. I've had a crush on Felicia day since her diet coke commercial so it kind of pains me to say that, but like i said check it out and you may like it 14 dollars worth.

Pro: It was awesome after a couple years of watch the guild seeing Felicia in a feisty kick ass role. This whole thing looks very "do it yourself" which I'm fine with. That shows more love for the genre then anything I think television could manage.

Con: Some of the dialog is seriously lacking, not so much what is written but how it was delivered.

For me this one just missed the target. When I do buy it it'll strictly be in support of the idea, not so much the end product. You might ask why I'd buy it at all? Simple this stuff is not as easy as it seems. I have friends down in southern California who do everything from indie movie projects, to prop building, to weapons making for television. It's a lot of hard work getting your name out there for the stuff people take for granted, it's even more difficult to make your name as an actor/actress not to mention actually getting a product out. So I do encourage people to check it out. But that's all I can do.

They should sell the cover as a full sized poster, that would probably sell well.
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Format: DVD
To take advantage of the wildly popular game franchise "Dragon Age," the web series "Dragon Age: Redemption" premiered in October. The six episode live action adventure was written by and stars Felicia Day (The Guild). If you're a fan of either the game or Miss Day, this is a relatively enjoyable little program with good enough production values considering that it's a web series. I enjoyed it. If someone asked whether they should watch the series for free, I'd say sure. I don't know that I would so freely recommend purchasing the DVD version. If, however, this was included as a supplement within a deluxe version of any of the "Dragon Age" games--I'd say it was a terrific addition. The DVD has a wealth of extras, though, so if you're a fervent fan or a completist--you may want to check it out.

Here's what's included:

Web series: Six Episodes (running approximately 6-8 minutes each). (1) Tallis, (2) Cairn, (3) Josmael, (4) Nyree, (5) Mercenaries, and (6) Saarebas.

Day (complete with Elf ears) plays Tallis, who is given an opportunity to reclaim her status if she hunts down a dangerous mage who has escaped from confines. On the road, she meets a variety of characters in her pursuit and soon a quartet has banded together for the final showdown. There is nothing particularly extraordinary about the plot, but it is serviceable enough and Day is amusing. It's not feature film quality, nor would I expect it to be, but considering its web origins--I think it's nicely done.

Bonus features: Here is where the disc really stands out with over 40 minutes of extra material. If you loved the web series, this might make it worth it.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By C. Juniper on March 15, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm a fan of Dragon Age and Dragon Age 2 games (PC). I've finished the DLC "Mark of the Assassin" and sadly found Felicia Day's voice acting, annoying and not believable in comparison to voice acting in Dragon Age and Dragon Age 2. I'm not sure if this is due to the writers for the DLC game, production time/cost etc.

Mark of the Assassin is supposed to be intertwined with DA: Redemption, so I watched the first two episodes online. I really tried to like it because I am a fan of the series, but I had the same issues with believability. It seems to be a small budget production and the uneven acting abilities shows. The story line could use some help, too.

Seriously though, it's really hard to translate games/comic books onto film. It has been done but you need a director with vision and a budget to match.

Unless you're a huge fan, I would not spend the money on the DVD.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By S. Bernatovich on March 8, 2012
Format: DVD
As a huge fan of The Guild and Dragon Age, I was looking forward to this mini-series.
What a letdown. The canon is pretty much set aside, the only interesting characters take far too long to introduce. Talis could have been an interesting concept, but could not carry a DLC and this on her own merits. The world would have been better served with a short story co-written by Day and Gaider.

And let's not forget - Day obviously subscribes to the Guidelines of Whedon in this.

Streaming (on youtube), it could be worth a few minutes of your time. I would not put down money, no matter how much I adore the Dragon Age franchise.
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