Dragon Age Inquisition is almost upon us. While I'm getting ready by fobbing off as much work as possible on innocent younger members of staff, other people prepare themselves by dressing up as their favourite characters. This crew is truly incredible.
There are a bunch of reasons that I'm excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The story-telling from Bioware has always been fantastic, but I'm also keen for all the extra RPG and tactical elements of the game. The war table is one such element, and it is sort of making me giddy to think about.
I'm still quite skeptical about the Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer, but I've decided that just because I don't like 4-player co-op in my single player games doesn't mean that other people won't enjoy it. Here's how some of you might be having a ton of fun when the game launches.
Hidden away in the EA behind closed door session was Bioware's Dragon Age: Inquisition. I managed to grab 30 precious minutes with the game and controller in my hands, and it was everything I'd hoped that it would be.
EA kicked things off at Gamescom today with a brand new gameplay demo for Dragon Age: Inquisition. Spells, swords and shivers, it’s all looking pretty amazing still.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is almost upon us and Bioware fans are chomping at the bit to learn more. How much of what they learned from Mass Effect will be visible in the new Dragon Age? Well, here is a slightly spoiler-ific list of details on a range of aspects in the game.
Considering the vast range of Collector's Editions, I think we've gotten used to the idea that it will be difficult to decide what version to get when a game is released. I got all excited to hear about an Uber Edition for Dragon Age Inquisition, but it's not as uber-ly cool as I thought.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has shown off some cool combat thus far, but you guys haven't really seen a full explanation of the strategic, tactical mode that you can also use. I thought it was a nice change of pace for the franchise from what I saw at E3, but the new details in this video make it look even better.
We've all been excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game has tons of cool features that blew me away at E3, and you all loved what you saw from the footage that they revealed. Now Bioware has announced we'll have a wait a little bit longer to actually play it.
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 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.
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.
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 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.