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Dragon Age Inquisition (Deluxe Edition) - PC

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Platform: PC
Edition: Deluxe
Deluxe
  • Skyhold Throne: Every ruler should sit in a place of high honor, but as the Inquisitor you will have the greatest of all, fashioned from an ancient dragon skull.
  • Red Hart Halla: Traverse the perilous, living world atop this great-horned beast.
  • Bog Unicorn: Once belonging to an evil marauder, this unique mount has returned to inspire fear into those who would oppose you.
  • Bring the world of Thedas wherever you go with the digital soundtrack
  • Dragon Age Multiplayer Deluxe Edition chests


Product Details

Platform: PC | Edition: Deluxe
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00JUI8HJ4
  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 7.9 x 5.8 inches ; 3.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 18, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,924 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Deluxe

Discover the ultimate Dragon Age: Inquisition experience with the Deluxe Edition which includes the legendary Skyhold Throne, great-horned Red Hart, ominous Bog Unicorn, digital soundtrack, and more! Intensify your battle readiness with the mighty Flames of the Inquisition weapons, armor, and armored mount!

From the Manufacturer

Blackwell

The Grey Wardens hold a lonely vigil, enduring lives of hardship and sacrifice to protect the world from an evil that can never truly be conquered. Few would volunteer for this: the suffering, isolation, and promise of a violent death. But the path of a Warden is also one of valor, and those who give themselves to the cause are rewarded with the knowledge that they have become something more than they were. Blackwall is one of the rare few Wardens who chose, of his own accord, to pick up the shield. He believes so wholeheartedly in the noble ideal of the Grey Wardens that he would rather have this life than any other.

Cassandra

Though of noble birth, Cassandra Pentaghast turned her back on a life of wealth and privilege to join the Seekers of Truth. The ancient order serves as a watchful eye over corruption and magical threats, granted ultimate authority in its investigations by the Chantry—or it did, prior to abandoning their duty in response to the mage rebellion. Cassandra did not join her brothers in this, instead remaining loyal to Divine Justinia and her efforts to restore order in the face of chaos. She is both pious and driven, the sword in the right hand of the Divine, seeking justice above all else.

Cole

"He is a ghost in the shadows, walking unnoticed through crowds. He can slit an enemy's throat before they even realize he's there, and slip away, never to be seen again. Those few who do notice him soon forget he ever existed… and Cole isn't certain that he does exist. He is a spirit, impossibly caught between the immaterial realm of the Fade and the confusing realities of our physical world, but does that make him real? Does it make him human or a demonic pretender, as some believe?

All Cole knows for certain is that the world is full of pain and he must find his place within it. Those who wish to restore order and help the helpless will find him a strange but unwavering ally. Those who use their power for selfish reasons may never see Cole again—if they remember that he was there to begin with."

Dorian

Being from a proud bloodline of the Tevinter Imperium has its advantages: Dorian was born with a flair for magic that made him the envy of his peers. He is charming and confident, his wit as sharp as any blade, and if some suggest his manner cocky, it could be attributed to being a powerful mage in a land where mages rule. Indeed, Dorian would be the pride of his family—if he didn't oppose everything his homeland has come to stand for. He wears the labels of "pariah" and "outcast" proudly, knowing that views of the Imperium are unlikely to change until and unless someone of his ability stands up to make a difference.

Sera

Sera is impulsive and revels in the moment. For her, it's not about what's right, it's about what's right now. In the Friends of Red Jenny, she humbled authority and had fun doing it. But now the nobility are being not just selfish but blind. War, demons, a torn sky: these are more than troubling—they're terrifying. Fortunately, Sera and her "friends" can be frightening, too, and if she needs to put an arrow through some baddies so regular people can sleep at night, so be it. Sera fights for those caught in the middle, but she also needs order restored. The world has to be normal so she can play.

Solas

"Solas has spent his life as an apostate, living in the wilderness well away from the civilized world and those who would shackle him for what he is. He mastered his magic without the help of tutors, spending years exploring the spirit realm of the Fade and coming to an understanding of its denizens that few others could claim. He would be happiest left alone to sleep in ancient ruins, searching for memories and knowledge that has been lost for ages, but the Breach in the sky threatens all worlds.

At a time when other mages flee into hiding, Solas has put his freedom at risk by emerging from the shadows to assist those who would combat the chaos. He will not stand idly by when his knowledge of the arcane could mean the difference between salvation and utter destruction. "

Varric

Varric Tethras is one part adventurous rogue, one part dashing storyteller, and three parts trouble. Born on the surface, Varric has little love for his underground brethren—all his contacts lie with the dwarves of the Merchants Guild, though he has little taste for their schemes. Still, he has found a place as an outsider, rubbing shoulders with both the wealthy elite as well as the worst of scoundrels. To hear him tell of it, that’s all he truly cares about, though anyone who truly knows him claims differently. They say that, try as he might, Varric has been drawn more and more into conflicts that shake the world—ones that he can’t get himself out of with a quick tale.

Vivienne

Referred to as Madame de Fer, “the Lady of Iron”, Vivienne lives up to her title. A leader among the mages and official enchanter to the Imperial court, she is renowned as a fearsome woman who achieved her position through guile and deft political maneuvering. Vivienne allows nothing to stand in the way of what she desires—not those who claim she is a social climber, not those who seek to restrict her power, not even her fellow mages who would conscript her into a rebellion with which she disagrees. Vivienne fights to restore order in a world gone mad…so long as that leaves her among those left standing, once all is said and done.

The Inquisitors

Male Inquisitor

The lone survivor of a cataclysmic blast, the Inquisitor is the only one who can stop the demons terrorizing the land of Thedas. It falls to the Inquisitor and a party of legendary heroes to restore order and save a world tearing itself apart. Lead them or fall.

Female Inquisitor

The lone survivor of a cataclysmic blast, the Inquisitor is the only one who can stop the demons terrorizing the land of Thedas. It falls to the Inquisitor and a party of legendary heroes to restore order and save a world tearing itself apart. Lead them or fall.


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98 of 114 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Not For The PC Gamer November 19, 2014
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Deluxe
There is a stark difference between what the console experience is for players versus what the PC experience has been.

Users of the Xbox 1 and PS4 made it out fairly well with DA:I but the ire and negativity goes to the PC system of which it is very apparent through its User Interface (UI) and other software issues.

In my own experience, and having a pretty solid gaming AMD based gaming rig, that the pre-download and day 1 release was terrible. Crashes during start up, crashes during cut scenes, and crashes after you've been given a false sense of relief believing it's finally working.

My experience turned into a back and fourth Troubleshooting session, lowering graphics and re-downloading the game. when I got it to work, it lasted until the next phase of the game. This is where my exp ends, I havent been able to progress any further beyond the war map selection.

The controls and interface are tedious and obviously console driven. If you are lucky and already have the max specs, you may have been spared. --- but the problems continue and the PC version is near broken depending upon what kind of patience you have for bugs, lag, and crashes.

Wait for patches and fixes, it's a total mess.

I can't comment on the rest of the game although the opening parts of the game was done well --- and when it did work, you have to give due credit for their creative processes.

2 stars for being a broken port.

UPDATE: 11/28/14*

I wanted to provide an update for the purpose of being fair about it.

I have put well over 10+ hrs and have gotten to a few areas of the game.
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48 of 57 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Disappointment of epic magnitude... November 22, 2014
Platform for Display:PC| Edition:Deluxe|Verified Purchase
I can only start this review by saying how much of a HUGE disappointment this game is right now. For me, the game is unplayable. The combat and movement system is atrocious; unnecessarily complex, clunky, and outright tiring. If you were fond (like me) of the movement/combat system in Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age 2, Inquisition will more than likely tick you off in a big way. Inquisition completely abandons the elegant system they had on the PC platform in the previous Dragon Age installments, and seemingly tailored the entire thing around console system players. How this got by the PC beta testers is beyond me. How Bioware thought this would be ok is utterly mind-boggling.

At this point in time I cannot recommend this game to anyone, especially former players of Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age 2.

For now, the game will just sit on my PC until Bioware addresses the issues... IF they ever do. Otherwise, $70 down the drain.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars NO MONEY BACK!!! DON'T GET IT November 26, 2014
By PamR
Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Deluxe
Hate it, Kind of a lot. And I'm not even talking about how you can't select multiple party members, or click to move, or zoom the tactical camera out very far.

Using a keyboard your character cannot walk, which doesn't sound like a big deal until you try it. You are limited to two movement speeds (outside of the sprint modifier): standing still, and running. There's a wind up to the run while your character lurches forward, builds momentum then starts running, and it looks just fine if you're moving some distance away and need to keep the W key pressed for more than a second or so. But if you're in a small room, or just trying to get close enough to something to interact, your character lurches around like a crazy person, spazzing out while you tap the keys to move just a few feet. This issue is highlighted by the fact your character no longer automatically moves to an item you've right clicked on, like they would in the previous dragon age games; you now have to drive them over yourself, even if it's only across a hallway. Moving short distances is super clunky, not to mention charging around like a manic really breaks immersion.

On the mouse side of things, you're hamstrung by not being able to bind any buttons at all. Left and Right Click are fixed to attack and orbit camera, and can't be rebound. You also can't bind side mouse buttons or middle mouse at all. Setting side and middle buttons to specific keystrokes in mouse software may fix that problem, but in my case, Logitech's SetPoint software wont let me customize the middle mouse button specifically for Inquisition without removing it's usual functionality outside of the game, and Inquisition doesn't seem to know that button exists.

The controller has a different set of problems.
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79 of 98 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not mouse/keyboard friendly and not polished November 21, 2014
By Lys
Platform for Display:PC| Edition:Deluxe|Verified Purchase
Such a disappointment. Clunky controls, obnoxious graphics glitches and the expended 'prologue' make this easy to put down.

The good:
- backgrounds are pretty and generally move well
- new monster designs are very very nice
- difficulty is appropriate (some may think it too easy)

The bad:
- CLUNKY controls. this is a bad port from console controls.
-- no more movement via clicking on a space. You're stuck using the keys with your left hand while trying to adjust the camera with your left hand
--- this includes looting and battle
--- looting you have to get ridiculously close to the object (to the point of literally standing on it), right click when it highlights and hope it recognizes the action
--- battle you have to walk up to your target and hold down a key or the left mouse button (or super fast click). If you knock your target out of your range, you have to use the keyboard to clunkily follow after it before you can hit again. Half the time I can't tell if I'm actually making contact with my target even if I'm touching it.

- Character creation: *This* is customizable?
-- beginning creation is quick .. very quick. You no longer even get to assign stat points. You have 4 race choices, are down to a mere 3 class choices (rogue and warrior can choose between two specializations, and mage gets a subset physical attack later in the game). I miss the BG days when I could be a half-whatever with three different class specializations, including a switch halfway through the game, if I didn't start out that way) and rolled my stats for hours (literally) with great pleasure to get the optimal - THAT was customization.
--- When creating your character, beware.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dragon Age Inquisition ABOUT TIME !!!! GREAT GAME
I Love it ! if u like SKYRIM KIND OF GAMES GET IT!!
Published 23 hours ago by Terrell
5.0 out of 5 stars I have been waiting for this game for sometime. ...
I have been waiting for this game for sometime. I can only say that the wait was worth it.
Published 1 day ago by P. Agee
3.0 out of 5 stars Large Quantity of Average Content + Fun Combat + Recycled Fantasy...
This game is alright, there are a lot of filler quests so just try to ignore those even if your completionist urges command you otherwise. Read more
Published 1 day ago by Tim
3.0 out of 5 stars Three Stars
Don't buy if you love playing with KB+M, a controller is way better at the moment.
Published 1 day ago by Jaydip Bhattacharjee
5.0 out of 5 stars totally worth the wait
An engaging story with interesting gameplay and lovable, fleshed-out characters. This is the most fun I've had playing a game in a long time. Read more
Published 2 days ago by Vi
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent game,but
Excellent game,could have had a better game interface the use of the keyboard and mouse was added as an afterthought
painful for those that have carparal tunnel (you have to... Read more
Published 2 days ago by enkilm
1.0 out of 5 stars PC Version crashes too frequently
This review is about the PC version of this game using a NVIDIA Graphics card. I've been a fan of other Bioware products, as they traditionally have intriguing story lines,... Read more
Published 3 days ago by Steven Kern
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
great rpg
Published 3 days ago by Christopher Randall Merchant
4.0 out of 5 stars Amazing game: but use a controller if possible
I play the game on my PC using a controller, not the keyboard. As others have already noted, keyboard controls are a horror. Read more
Published 3 days ago by Julie A. Dawson
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Probably the best RPGS game I've ever played. Highly immersive.
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