The Qunari will be the fourth playable race in Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare has told VideoGamer.com.
That won't save this franchise from it's downward spiral.
I only disagreed because DA2 was enough to destroy everything Dragon Age was or ever could have been....they're just burning the corpse now. 1+ out of a million negatives
Downwards spiral? You talk like Bioware has been putting out crappy DA titles one after another. I could see if we were talking about Final Fantasy or Resident Evil but we're talking about a series that only got two titles so far.
Dragon Age 2 didn't ruin the world of Dragon Age, it just reused a handful of areas repeatedly ad nauseum, utilized an inferior combat system, and lacked truly great companions and characters. The franchise hasn't jumped the shark yet and the next installment could easily redeem the failures of DA2.
Dragon age inquisition looks amazing. -_-
So awesome, can't wait.
Oooh this is gonna be good!
No playable Dwarf race, no buy.
From the article... Joining the returning options of human, elf and dwarf, it's the first time the horned beasts will be made available as an option.
Donte can't read you will have to excuse him
So now they're going to waste time making Qunari dialogue which will have to be a huge departure from that of the other races. I applaud bioware's commitment to making this game more freeform, but I'm really worried that this level of breadth is going to impact the raw amount of story content. Don't get me wrong. I'm not just dismissively attacking this out of spite, but am simply a believer that this will take development time away from story content for the more popular races.
The article on gameinformer actually gave me hope for this one and I really wish give actually have options on the armor of your followers, that was one of my major turndowns of #2. Also im wondering the romance options if you play as a qunari?
Awesome! The qunari were the best thing in DA2! The BEST thing!
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