Dragon Age ™: Inquisition (NA)
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The epic role-playing series from BioWare takes a thrilling leap forward with the power of Frostbite 3. Beautiful vistas and incredible new possibilities await you. Ready yourself for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
A cataclysmic event plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow of terror over a once-peaceful kingdom. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive Templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your party of legendary heroes to restore order as you lead the Inquisition, hunting down the agents of chaos. Bonds will form - and some will break - as the campaign for truth takes its toll.
BioWare’s latest action-adventure delivers an unparalleled story set in a vast, changeable landscape. Explore hidden caves, defeat truly monumental creatures, and shape the world around you based on your unique play style.
Explore, lead, and battle: Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come.
Become the Inquisitor
Wield the power of the Inquisition over the course of an epic character-driven story, and lead a perilous journey of discovery through the Dragon Age.
Bond with Legends
A cast of unique, memorable characters will develop dynamic relationships both with you and with each other.
Discover the Dragon Age
Freely explore a diverse, visually stunning, and immersive living world.
Change the World
Your actions and choices will shape a multitude of story outcomes along with the tangible, physical aspects of the world itself.
Play Your Way
Completely control the appearance and abilities of your Inquisitor, party of followers, outposts, and strongholds. Decide the makeup of your Inquisition forces and your own style of combat.
800+ hours played. Awesome.ruinerr | July 14, 2015 | See all ruinerr's reviews »
This is an amazing game. Easily the best current gen RPG on the market at the moment. Sure, I wish there was more content coming out at a faster pace, but that speaks to the great work that's been done and our craving to have more. I've played each game in the series twice through, this one is the easily the biggest and totally redeeming after Dragonage 2. Don't let the size daunt you in the beginning, just aim towards objectives and start knocking them down. You'll find your pace and will be rewarded with the best character development and story in an RPG. (Also, to the guy complaining that sometimes the mouth movements don't match or the sight lines don't match, I didn't have that problem at all. There were some optimizations that were patched in, so depending on when you played through, you might have had hiccups with your vid card.)
Not as good as I expectedShaide | April 16, 2015 | See all Shaide's reviews »
This game *IS* good based on it's own merits, however when comparing it to previous games of the series, it felt like something was missing. Sure, the names and locations were all there, but it didn't feel as polished as the others. Animations seemed off, and my character(At least as the male) seemed dazed and confused. Always staring off into space. Plus, there is a serious syncing issues. Mouth movements don't always match the words being spoken. and sometimes, between slow FPS and the syncing, it looks like you are watching a poorly dubbed Godzilla movie. Still, as an RPG, it's enjoyable. Just don't expect a highly polished experience.
A beutiful gameMJO96 | April 12, 2015 | See all MJO96's reviews »
Without a doubt, this game truly lives up to the name Dragon Age, everything in it is beautiful and done well, from the combat, to the party dynamics, it is all masterfully done with a engaging story. It is a Semi Open world that is large enough that you never feel restricted to linear pathways or other such things, but closed enough that you will never truly feel lost. One of the highlights of the game for me is the political intriuge sequence, I wont say what it is as I dont want to spoil anything, but I have seen many games try to do this and fail,but DAI does it masterfully, always keeping you guessing and on your toes as you try to figure out who is your enemy and weighing that with who you want to be in power all while trying to keep your suspicion from going up. The other major highlight for me were the character side missions/stories, these missions dont feel like simple fetch or "go kill a thing" missions, I felt connected to each and every one of them and honestly had trouble making decisions in a couple of them, weighing what is good for the inquisition, against what the companion wants and against what I want for my character and the companion. The Only real downsides of the game are as follows: 1. multiplayer needs some work, there is no tutorial on how to get crafting ingredients so that you can make better weapons or progress to the next class, and people dont even seem to use the feature that much 2. like in DA2, you can have up to 8 abilities mapped to hot buttons on either your keyboard, or if your like me, your controller, however unlike DA2 if you have an ability you want to use that is not mapped to a button or key, you cant acceess your other abilites to use through the radial menu like you could in DA2 which can be quite frustrating if you are suddenly set upon by a creature with a specific weakness and you dont have the ability that exploits that mapped to your hot bar. 3. While this is not something Devs can do much about, since trying to find the balance between performance and quality is a difficult thing and is made more lengthy by the fact that the game forces you to quit and restart it each time you change a graphics setting 4. If you want to play the game, but you didnt log into origin before you left the house and now no longer have wifi, you are unable to play the game until you can sign into Origin and connect to the EA servers, which is frustrating, but thats more of a devs being dumb than a game problem. 5. After you complete the final mission it is impossible to continue taliking to your compainions Overall a wonderful game I would highlyl recommend it to anyone who wants a fantasy RPG
Major Comeback for Dragon Age Seriesejamesharper | March 20, 2015 | See all ejamesharper's reviews »
This is the true sequel to Dragon Age: Origins. The open-world settings are absolutely gorgeous and the combat is always fun. You can roam around for hours doing side-quests without even touching the main story. This is how you do a multi-platform game. Scale the graphics up to fully PC capacity (as opposed to awful graphics in Dark Souls 2). This chapter of Dragon Age captures the same compelling narrative as in Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect, and hopefully will set the bar for future Bioware titles.
Bioware is back and they delivered a gemTakwin | Feb. 8, 2015 | See all Takwin's reviews »
Lose yourself in a gorgeous massive open world, with many different stories to follow and tales to be forged. The Skyhold fortress, mission map, party system, crafting system - all excellent. The voice acting is great. Your party members have a LOT of variety in personality and you have at least 2 of each class, plus yourself, to field a party of 4, so you can play it your way and change as the situation dictates. The great mix of Skyrim-type action RPG and slower, turn-based RPG like Transistor and similar to Fire Emblem. It's a little more action-y than Origins, and even though I generally prefer pure turn-based games, I was entertained and engaged with the combat system throughout the game. Rest assured, a stunning success like this shows that Bioware is back after the SWTOR mistake (we all wanted KOTOR 3) and the misfire at the end of Mass Effect 3 (which I still loved anyway). Now, we can all look forward to Mass Effect 4, and whatever else Bioware has in store for us.