Dragon Age 2 Razer Deathadder
I have to admit to being a little excited about the impending release of Dragon Age II. I played the previous game through a few times and thoroughly enjoyed it, and despite what the naysayers are claiming I think the sequel looks to be an improvement on the original in many respects.
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Now depending on how you feel about product placement, the news of Razer’s new lineup of Dragon Age II branded kit will either make you more excited about the game or make you spit anti-capitalist bile at your computer screen.
The first of the new range is a Dragon Age II version of the Razer Deathadder gaming mouse. One of my favourite gaming mice, this re-badged Deathadder features all of the best bits of the standard model, including the 3500 dpi infrared sensor, 1000Hz polling rate, 5 programmable buttons and on-the-fly sensitivity adjustment.
The only change is to the case, which now boasts a rather fetching red dragon design and matching red backlighting on the wheel.
Will it help you slay Darkspawn any better than the standard model? No, but it does look pretty good.
Expect to pay around $69 when the Dragon Age II Razer Deathadder hits the stores in April.