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Dragon Age Inquisition - Standard Edition - PC

Platform : Windows 7
Rated: Mature
3.6 out of 5 stars 284 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100

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  • 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 WorldYour actions and choices will shape a multitude of story outcomes along with the tangible, physical aspects of the world itself.
  • Play Your WayCompletely 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.
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Electronic Arts Inc. Dragon Age: Inquisition 72922 PC Games

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • Product Dimensions: 18.2 x 7.9 x 5.8 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Media: CD-ROM
  • Release Date: November 18, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (284 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,375 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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I had high hopes that this game would be a full return to form for Bioware. I loved the original Dragon Age but DA2 was a huge disappointment. Inquisition is definitely better than DA2 but it drops the ball entirely in many important areas.
Keyboard and mouse controls should be the standard in any CRPG but here they seem like an afterthought. There is no auto attack for basic abilities after targeting an enemy, no click to move and chests can only be interacted with once your character is directly in front of them. The result is that this feels like a character action game that just happens to have more traditional RPG elements.

The tactical combat mode might as well not exist. Moving the camera in this mode is painful, the view never zooms out far enough to survey the battlefield and it is actually interrupted by the terrain. Additionally, unlike DA:Origins, which has a detailed party AI management system, Inquisition has stripped out all but the most basic features.

Now, if you can look past all of this you will find good overall writing, great characters and a huge world to explore. It’s just unfortunate that the actual gameplay suffers as a result of poor design and interface decisions.
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Here's some simple advice. If you use a Mouse and Keyboard to play games with then don't buy this game - yet. In its current state it's another terrible console port with clunky controls, no PC optimization for either performance or inventory systems and its currently suffering from bugs that make it unplayable for many players. Bioware are working on several fixes so hop over to their forums and keep an eye on what they release. If they fix the controls and optimize for the PC then this will be a good game and that'll be the time to buy it.
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This is a review for the game in it's current state (as of 6/28/2015). Glancing through the current crop of reviews I can tell you that many issues people had have been addressed. Most bugs have been fixed (though no game is ever bug-free) and the controls have been updated to give the game a much-needed auto attack feature. Why this wasn't included in the original release I cannot say but I cannot imagine trying to play the game without it.

What I will say is that this game is immersive as all hell. If you played Dragon Age 2 and got bored at the endlessly repeating environments you will be blown away by the variety of vistas to explore. From a vast plain of farmland called The Hinterlands, to a desert oasis with a vast canyon that has not one but two levels (a lower level in the canyon itself and an upper one navigated via natural rock bridges and catwalks), to the Storm Coast where the raging seas beat upon the shore, variety is the spice of life in Inquisition. In terms of exploration it seems like Bioware took the best features from Skyrim, Red Dead Redemption, and Dragon Age Origins and put them in a blender.

As for the story and dialogue...well, it's Bioware. Even Dragon Age 2 got the characters right for the most part, and Inquisition is no slouch either. Your characters all have their own stories, wants and desires and a big part of the fun is discovering what they are. As leader of the Inquisition most side quests involve things that can strengthen your troops or fortress, ranging from recruiting horse breeders (for better mounts for your men), spies, etc.

Completionists can easily spend a hundred or more hours exploring the world. With optional dragon bosses scattered throughout the world (who are all unique and not trivial by any means to kill, unlike Skyrim) and perhaps too many sidequests, and returning characters from the other two games, fans of serious, meaty RPGs will find a lot to love in Dragon Age: Inquisition.
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I'm not someone who posts many product reviews, but felt compelled to for this one.

I had been looking forward to this game for a very long time. Growing up I was a big fan of Baldur's Gate, Final Fantasy, Ogre Battle 64, etc. I loved DA:O, it's one of my favorite games ever. I even (controversial opinion alert) really liked DA 2.

I've officially given up on Inquisition after one painful hour. The main reason is the controls, though I didn't really enjoy the game play either. I had bought the game when it was first released, but decided to wait to try it, after hearing all the complaints about the PC controls. I checked recently and saw that a patch had been released to deal with the issue, so I decided to finally install the game and try it out. I can't imagine how bad the controls were before they were fixed, because they are still terrible.

It's frustrating, because In DA:O and DA:2 the control scheme is so simple and intuitive. You use your mouse to handle movement by simply pointing and clicking. You attack an enemy, by again, clicking. In Inquisition, you're stuck using the wasd keys to move. It's really irritating that when I want to interact with something that I have to run up next to it and then click on it, rather than just being able to just click on it and have the running part taken care of for me. Maybe for someone new to the series this wouldn't be such an issue, but it's really a deal breaker for me.

In combat, if you are playing as a melee character, you again, have to literally run up next to an enemy using wsad, then actively attack the enemy to attack. You can switch between characters as in previous games, but it seems pretty pointless with this type of control scheme.
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