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The epic role-playing series from BioWare takes a thrilling leap forward with the power of Frostbite 3. Beautiful vistas and incredible new possibilities await you. Ready yourself for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
A cataclysmic event plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow of terror over a once-peaceful kingdom. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive Templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your party of legendary heroes to restore order as you lead the Inquisition, hunting down the agents of chaos. Bonds will form - and some will break - as the campaign for truth takes its toll.
BioWare’s latest action-adventure delivers an unparalleled story set in a vast, changeable landscape. Explore hidden caves, defeat truly monumental creatures, and shape the world around you based on your unique play style.
Explore, lead, and battle: Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come.
- 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 World
Your actions and choices will shape a multitude of story outcomes along with the tangible, physical aspects of the world itself.
- Play Your Way
Completely 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.
OS: Windows 7 or 8.1, 64-bit
Processor (AMD): Quad core @ 2.5 GHz
Processor (Intel): Quad core @ 2.0 GHz
Memory: 4 GB
Graphics Card (AMD): Radeon HD 4870
Graphics Card (NVIDIA): GeForce 8800 GT
Graphics Memory: 512 MB
Hard Drive: 26 GB
Internet: 512 kbps up and down
OS: Windows 7 or 8.1, 64-bit
Processor (AMD): Six core @ 3.2 GHz
Processor (Intel): Quad core @ 3.0 GHz
Memory: 8 GB
Graphics Card (AMD): Radeon HD 7870 or R9 270
Graphics Card (NVIDIA): GeForce GTX 660
Graphics Memory: 2 GB
Hard Drive: 26 GB
Internet: 1 Mbps up and down
* Xbox 360 controller supported
* 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
* Online Authentication at time of installation
Origin account required for game activation and installation
Top customer reviews
DON'T! In the end, the annoyances more than overcome the pleasures of play. Specifically:
1. Although there are some great moments, but really, MOST of your adventuring time will be spend wandering around trying to find the adventure, which is the opposite of fun. What this means is that you'll be running up and down the map wondering how to get past this low line of rocky hills to the part where, presumably, the fun begins. This was not occasional; this was MOST OF THE DANGED TIME! I don't know why BioWare decided to make it so incredibly difficult to get from one area of a map to another, but the hundreds of hours you're gong to spend doing this is really going to leave a bad taste in your mouth.
2. Way too many cutscenes! I can't imagine how many levels they could have added if they had cut all those movies and simply used the memory to add more levels and monsters. Was any of it really necessary? Why couldn't they have just started with, "You're the leader of the Inquisition. Your forces are under assault by demons from the Fade. Go!" That would have been enough to hang all the adventures on. But instead the cut scenes go on and on and on. I play games like this to slay monsters with my sword, not watch a movie.
A colleague informs me that this second issue was a lot worse in previous outings of Dragon Age, though.
I love love love character creation. Truly, I could sit and customize a character for hours and be completely content, lol. I won't subject all of you to my Hannibal Lecter doppleganger and quotes upon killing enemies. Lucky you! The customization is great. Just make sure you rotate the body before accepting the creation of your character! One of my first characters looked as if he'd been punched in the nose. It was practically nonexistent due to playing with the creation sliders and I didn't notice until gameplay. The hair selection is fairly lacking, but other than that, I was appeased.
The controls took some time to get used to, cough, like a few days! I almost always pick a Hunter-esque type character to play, but chose a Human Warrior this time. And boy, did I regret that, lol. Learning to play with the new controls was already difficult, but adding melee into the equation made it even more challenging. So, if you're just getting into Inquisition for the first time, perhaps try out a ranged character instead. They're definitely easier to play.
In the beginning, I didn't really tend to focus on my character's placement or actual combat abilities. I smashed buttons and figured I'd learn everything later. However, I would have been able to speed through some areas had I realized how important character placement was. You'll need to master it plus use the combos to successfully kill enemies.
The storyline is wonderful, though long-winded at times. The beginning quests are traditional openers, briefing you on the background or basic fillers. Trust me, you will find more than enough quests to complete...or ignore. Eventually I found myself amidst a swarm of different storylines that branched off into smaller segments. It can be a little overwhelming trying to keep up with all of the lore.
Overall, the graphics aren't the best, but good enough for those who don't have beastly computers. The world is gorgeous.
Be prepared to put quite a few hours into the game. I put over 400 hours into it before completion. I simply grew tired of the side tasks and quest lines. The only negativity I truly associate with Inquisition is my hatred for questing, lol. After several breaks, I'd come back and jump back into the game.
Overall, I enjoyed it.
While the story and environment is immersive, the lack of customizable key and mouse functions is appalling. It is 2015 what game doesn't support multiple button mice? This one.
The hardware requirements insinuated superb graphics, but instead showed to be a resource intensive bit of code that stutters and clips even after multiple patches even with top of the line systems.
Until the base game graphical bugs fully repaired, about the only way I will bother with any DLC is if they give it away. Even then I am likely not to play this much, if ever again.
Bioware has failed me. As a huge fan of their games, I will think four or five times before purchasing their next release, and likely will only do so six months or so AFTER it is released.
Most recent customer reviews
It's probably pretty good.
I should finish it sometime.