Conclusion: Dragon Age: Inquisition is a humongous game that one play through is not enough to explore the continent of Thedas. The game is aesthetically pleasing; has a great storyline; and good replay ability. Overall, Bioware has developed one of the best games of the year.
Summary: Jaws of Hakkon highlights everything the main game got right, but it does little to stand out on its own and offer a truly-noteworthy quest. The evnvironments are visually attractive and diverse, the story is compelling, and battles pose a challenge.
Conclusion: The Dragon Age series is one that I’ve always felt awkward about. Among the people I associated with, it was the preferred choice to the Mass Effect series as most of them had grown up on titles like Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights.
Excerpt: By the time I "finished" Dragon Age III: Inquisition 's near 90-hour main story, I was spent. I had overthrown political parties, traveled thousands of miles and even slayed a few dragons. Somehow though, I still wanted more.
Excerpt: Having enjoyed Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2, I usually tear through them in a matter of days with no memory of what the outside looks like – just the satisfaction of a journey well spent.
Excerpt: Dragon Age 2 was, for such an esteemed and historied developer like Bioware, a disaster. Not necessarily financially, but DA 2 marked what I consider to be the start of a decline of an untarnished RPG-making track record.
Summary: I seldom spend 100 hours on anything these days, let alone a video game, but I spent at least that much time with , the latest sprawling epic RPG from BioWare, studio that brought us Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and the Mass Effect series.
Excerpt: Ah BioWare my old friend, we meet again. After that Mass Effect 3 ending and the disappointment that was Dragon Age 2, it appeared that almost all enthusiasm for BioWare’s projects had ebbed away, never to be seen again.
Pros: Awe-inspiring world, Sense of adventure, Great writing
Excerpt: Dragon Age: Inquisition Review Price: £39.99-£59.99 Developer: BioWare Publisher: EA Platforms: PC, Xbox One, PS4 Version Reviewed: PC Dragon Age Inquisition is a heck of an apology for Dragon Age II.