Lead a team of heroes on a perilous journey through a living, open world. Discover the dramatic world of Thedas, from war-torn plains to jagged coasts, in the upcoming action RPG from BioWare, the creators of Mass Effect.Read full description
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.
When you enter the game, after you meet the first dragon, you will be surprised and will be astounded in the detail of the dragon! One of the reasons of so much hours of gameplay you will get in Inquisition is the vast expanse of the game world. This expanse has endless details and a lot of works done beautifully. and in every single area of the game's world, you will see side-missions, hunting missions, meeting with others, getting close with other characters and so on. after experiencing of Inquisition, you will realise that an RPG-based game will not be relying just on its storyline. After completing the storyline, some new doors will open up to you, and then you will see the endless world created in this game . One of the reasons why Dragon Age: Inquisition will no longer require extra DLC packs is the plenty high level of gameplay which players will get from the story and other parts of the game and they are completely thorough or even more striking! Dragon Age: Inquisition is a completely extraordinary game and of course it may have some flaws, but it tries to show you the main roots of the RPG genre, which has been kind of successful in this regard.
I love this game! It's story and characters are some of the best, with some really down right hilarious lines. Some of my favorites being from Sera and Vivian, with Iron Bull as an honorable mention. The only problem with this game is my obsequious completionism, which drags the game out hundreds of hours. Don't get me wrong I love all the side content, but with other games crying to be played and work to be done, it can be like come on I need to finish this one.
Dragon Age Inquisition is a solid RPG game with an in depth and compelling story-line. Each playable character has a great background story. There is a great deal of opportunity for character conversations and interactions. In fact, I highly recommend players interact often with your allies, you may gain new mission or even perhaps fall in love with someone if you so choose. Leveling up is straight forward and reasonable. I played as a Dalish Elf Mage. As a magic user I found it nice I could specialize in a variety of magics. One thing though is that specializations start to become somewhat confounded later in the game. You only have 8 slots for magic which sounds like a lot but it's not, I don't want to use spoilers so let's just say you get lots of options of specialization and there's just not enough room for the spells you want to pick from. Potions require way too many ingredients, that is one big complaint I have. It takes forever to collect and even with allies helping collect it seems they rarely came back with what they said they were going to collect making it even harder. Another negative was, no healing spells. I have never seen this in an RPG before and think it was a bit of a mistake. Other spells were great. It look a little bit to get the hang of some of the area effect spells but once I got it it was easy. For the most part you are free to roam rather than play the game in a completely linear fashion, but be cautious, you may end up in areas too difficult for you if you wander too far from the main missions too fast. The War Table is an interesting addition to the game. You can choose in what way you wish to complete mission, by stealth, with forces, or with your ambassador's connections. Environment and game-play graphics are excellent. CGI and character animations left something to be desired. In particular with the character animations, the character's facial features seemed sub-par, and once again female characters were stuck wearing very un-girly macho looking hair choices. There is also some issues with lighting in both the character creation UI and Armor Tinting UI that does not show realistic results of the way your characters and armor looks outside the UI screens. I found often my character looked cool in the creation UI but then later in CGI scenes looked terrible, or armor looked a completely different shade outside the tinting UI. Armor and weapon creation was pretty good but could have been simpler to do some things missing were the ability to see what the armor or weapon looks like or does (it's stats) before choosing to buy the schematic. I am also almost positive that I may have bought and/or found the same schematics several times in the game and there was no warning that I already owned them. Leveling up characters is fairly easy but it lacks one very basic concept I have never seen before in an RPG. Unless I'm mistaken you don't get any increases in stats or health. I have never seen a game allow me to pick spells but not also pick a main stat for instance magic to level up as I see fit. This made two of my characters fairly weak in the higher levels. Basically the game relied too heavily on armor and weapons to increase stats and health. The other annoying thing about character stats that irritated me is that you cannot see in what way if any increases main stats such as Willpower is doing, if anything for your character. You have stat bars that show up when equipping armor, but it fails to measure these stats so makes it very hard to decide if it's better to have +40 to health or +2 to Constitution in this game. The story-line and characters really is the best part of this game in my opinion and it outweighs the negatives which is why I gave this title a very high score. I look forward to the DLC and will review those once I've played them. I recommend this game to any RPG lover, especially if you are a story driven player who likes investigation and reading back story, because there is lots of it. Oh and there are definitely dragons.
While Final Fantasy, Disgaea and Neptunia are some of my favorite RPG series this one somehow managed to worm it's way in my heart. It was a huge surprise, because I read a lot about it and to be honest, it just didn't look very good. In the end though, to me, it ranks up there with the awesome story telling and graphics. It is in my top ten list of favorite RPG series and is a must have.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is a game that almost lives up to the predecessor in Dragon Age 1. Its story is rich and engaging. The characters are far more interesting than DA2. The quests can also be interesting as well, at least the main quests. It's also fun being so integral to the building up of an organization as powerful as the Inquisition, when once it was just a tiny player. However, some flaws are thus: -bland side quests that have been done too many times and you will do too many times throughout the game. -the game starts out strong with its areas and then increasingly, you get to smaller and smaller zones that sometimes aren't as interesting as the first three you start off at. -Sometimes, the characters can be really annoying. Overall, though, a great game.
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