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Will 15 minutes of Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay win you over?

I was thoroughly impressed with what Bioware showed off of Dragon Age: Inquisition during E3. It showed huge environments, new gameplay and an excellent approach to side missions and story telling. Now you can see the first 15 minutes of what I saw.

Dragon Age: Inquisition companions might leave if you’re bad

Dragon Age: Inquisition is coming, and we keep on hearing more about the romantic elements, new companions and gameplay mechanics of the game. In a recent Raptr chat with developers, more tidbits were revealed, but it's a pain to read through all of them.

Dragon Age Inquisition: Dragon Slaying Goodness

Dragon Age fans are surely salivating at the upcoming game, Inquisition. EA give fans a closer look not only at the gameplay, but also the heroes a player will get to choose from.

Dragon Age Inquisition shows off more screenshots

It is getting closer - the seasons have definitely changed, which means that 7 October isn't all that far away anymore. Bioware keeps showing off the different environments that we can expect to explore in the game, and this weekend saw some more screenshots released into the wild.

Dragon Age: Inquisition shows off more environments

Bioware has been feeding us the slow drip of information about Dragon Age Inquisition. Yet, like a woman stranded in the desert, I have been savoring every drop. Now, there are some new screens to rub all over your eyeballs.

Cutting game content is tough, says Dragon Age writer

Cutting content from your own game sucks – but like with film, games need editing too. Without editing, videogames would all be filled with pointless drivel. Or be made by David Cage. Dragon Age: Inquisition writer David Gaider has said that cutting content is tougher than gamers might imagine.

Dragon Age Inquisition’s Exalted Plains

Ah, Dragon Age Inquisition, I am so ready for you. This time, we are graced with not only another screenshot (to add to last week's singular screenshot), but we also get some descriptive words. The game must be almost ready, right?

One new Dragon Age Inquisition screenshot

Wow, I thought the guys from The Division were bad, giving us two screenshots at a time. Now the good people of Bioware see fit to taunt us even more, dishing out a measly one screenshot. We're promised more, soon, but c'mon!

Dragon Age: Inquisition concept art teases elven origins

Dragon Age: Inquisition has a solid spot on my personal list of top five most anticipated games of 2014. It looks like it's going to be huge, stunning and well designed. This latest bit of concept art coming out of Bioware shows off an enormous environment with hints at something to do with the elves.

Zoe’s Top Ten Games

In a day that will live in infamy for all those on lazygamer, last week Victor (aka Vicky, aka VEEEEKTAAAWR) wrote his top ten list of games. It included all three Fables, and has (rightfully) earned him a lot of ridicule. It also led to the rest of the crew being asked for their top ten - an almost impossible task. But I tried.

Bioware wants feedback on Dragon Age

With about a year to go until Dragon Age: Inquisition, Bioware is clearly determined not to make the same mistakes as they did with Dragon Age II. In fact, they are on a fact-finding mission to determine why people liked Dragon Age to begin with.

The beautiful concept art of Dragon Age III: Inquisition

I may not be a fan of Dragon Age, but I can sure as hell appreciate some fiiiiiiine art when I see it. The weekend saw some new tidibits of info and videographics for the upcoming game roll out. As well as this great concept art from Bioware’s Matt Rhodes that was shown at PAX. Feast your peepers on it after the jump.

Shape the world as an extra race in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Bioware made some serious mistakes in Dragon Age II that prevented it from being a great game. One of those errors was forcing the player to be a human named Hawke. This time around, you get to choose your race: human, elf, dwarf or Qunari.

Dragon Age Keep shapes the world

Dragon Age was designed as a franchise where choices matter - who you romance, who you kill, and friendships you forge can all change the world. In Dragon Age Inquisition, choices you made in previous games can be carried into the world of Thedas using the Dragon Age Keep.

Gamescom 2013 – Dragon Age Inquisition

Next up, the expected Inquisition. Or more specifically, Dragon Age Inquisition. We get a deeper look at the game, thanks to a dev diary.