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Submitted by Shoul 481d ago | opinion piece

What Dragon Age: Inquisition needs to take from its predecessors

"Dragon Age 2 didn’t win anyone’s heart. Origins, on the other hand, was a fantastic RPG that reminded us of yesteryear epics such as Baldur’s Gate and Icewind Dale.

Sure, it was no Planescape: Torment but Dragon Age: Origins gave us RPG lovers something we hadn’t seen for years – a wondrous fantasy RPG full of dialogue, memorable characters, and classic combat. For me, it was the perfect combination - Origins had me entirely enthralled from beginning to end." (Culture, Dragon Age 2, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, Dragon Age: Origins)

Speed-Racer  +   481d ago
Character customization would be cool
bohangirl84  +   481d ago
It seems that the second Dragon Age took steps backward and I am also of the mindset that games with difficult decisions have a greater impact than games that don't.
mcroddi  +   481d ago
I am stoked for inquisition

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