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Wednesday, 02 March 2011 09:54

Dragon Age 2 to get peripherals

Written by David Stellmack
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Razer to deliver the branded goods
PC peripheral maker Razer will be delivering a number of Dragon Age 2 branded offerings for PC players. The offerings will arrive in April to both the Razer store as well as Razer retailers.

The offerings will include Dragon Age 2 branded versions of the DeathAdder mouse, BlackWidow Ultimate keyboard, Onza Tournament Edition gamepad, Goliathus Speed Edition mousing surface, and the Dragon Age 2 Razer Messenger Bag.

The Dragon Age 2 Messenger Bag is perhaps the most interesting of all, ironically enough, as it includes a special unlock code for “The Ring of Whispers” in-game item. Only the messenger bag will include this special unlock code, from what we understand.

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