BioWare has revealed Dragon Age Keep, an application that lets players recreate the choices made in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, and apply their consequences to Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Sounds like what they did with the PS3 version of Mass Effect 2. Doesn't sound like a bad idea, hopefully I remember exactly what I did in the 1st 2 games. But, if I don't I can make the story even better.
Wonder what they'll consider important and unimportant...A bit worrisome.
The big thing would be did you sleep with Morrigan performing that ritiual at the end of DA:O, other things probably like when you went into the Circle Tower did you purge the Mages or save them, did you help Alistar become king, did the Champion side with the Templars or Mages, who did you take into your party ... etc
cant w8 to play as a dwarf again. banging as a dwarf ~ epic
The choices won't matter either way, since nothing mattered from Origins to DA2. All you get, is someone who might appear very shortly in the game.
"What about actually importing your save games? We are continuing to investigate ways in which save files from previous games could be used to populate the initial world state of the Dragon Age Keep. We’ll provide more information on this in the months to come." To all the N4Gers who gave me disagrees a few months ago and said it would never happen because Bioware didn't care enough, or it was too costly, or it was unreasonable, when I said it was possible Bioware could find a way to transfer your saves from one platform to the next for DA, including making a website that you could import your save to.... Booyah!!!!
The 90's called and their suing you for using the term "Booyah".
I was going to say "Suck it, Trebeck" but changed my mind at the last second.
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