HE’S BACK! Fa’Luffy has finished his cushion-crunching lunch and chosen the next item to be added to the Fa’Luffy Reviews!
For Fa’Luffy’s second Review, he has picked out an item for fantasy-lovers of an older audience.
Today, Fa’Luffy will review: DRAGON AGE: DAWN OF THE SEEKER!
Studio: Bioware, Electronic Arts, FUNimation Entertainment, Oxybot, T.O Entertainment
Medium: DVD, Blueray
Rated: MA15+ (Fa’Luffy recommends only those 15 years and older should watch the movie, due to its high level of violence)
Q: What’s it all about?
Fa’Luffy: A dragon hunter and Chantry Seeker Knight named Cassandra learns of a plot to bring down the realm’s most powerful religious order. Grudgingly teaming up with a mage named Regalyan, she must learn to control her rage and use all her skill and cunning to unravel the conspiracy and stop the schemers before their terrible plan succeeds.
Q: Who would enjoy this?
Fa’Luffy: Those who have played the Dragon Age games, those who like fantasy, and those who think dragons are awesome.
Q: What are some of your favourite aspects?
Fa’Luffy: The main character kicks some serious cushion! The animation is unique but cool. There are some great action scenes. There are DRAGONS in it!
Q: What are some of your less favourite aspects?
Fa’Luffy: The mages didn’t use nearly enough of their mage powers. Dragons die – a fact as sad as wet cushions.
Q: How would you sum up your opinion?
Fa’Luffy: A cool fantasy romp with dragons, knights, magic and conspiracy! Fans of the Dragon Age games will enjoy this movie, and will appreciate the back-story of Cassandra (who will be playing an important part in the next Dragon Age installment). Be warned, though, it is very violent! More violent than a room full of disemboweled cushions.
Q: What is the final Fa’Luffy Verdict?
Fa’Luffy: Out of a total of 5 Fa’Luffy Stars:
Q: So the Fa’Luffy stamp for Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker is …?
So there you have it, people! The Fa’Luffy has spoken once again. Dragon Age: Dawn of the Seeker is approved! So if you enjoy a good fantasy story, and don’t mind a lot of animated blood and sword-slashing, then this movie is definitely one to check out!
Have you played a game, watched a movie, or read a book that you think Fa’Luffy would enjoy reviewing? If so, feel free to send through your suggestions. If the Fa’Luffy finds it interesting, the Fa’Luffy will put up a review!