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Dragon Age: Inquisition: What’s so Unique About the Long Questioning? [TheGameHeadz]

An inquisition is defined as “a judicial or official inquiry or examination usually before a jury.” In the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition, the player's character, appropriately deemed the Inquisitor, will be conducting investigations on behalf of the organization. The objective is to discover who is responsible for the event that ripped several holes in the sky that lead to the Fade, letting in demons and other unsavory creatures. The gameplay appears much larger in scale than the previous two games, showing that BioWare is employing their usual series magic to prevent Dragon Age from growing stagnant.

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KazHiraiFTW1049d ago

It's too bad Bioware has become a developer where I have to wait for reviews before I buy their games. DA2 was atrocious.

Baka-akaB1049d ago (Edited 1049d ago )

Reviews ? you really wanna trust them on that ? They'll always say the game is great , bare some fringe site going against the tide to be special . You'll have to check out the gameplay and the game yourself i think

Roccetarius1048d ago

Hmm, i wouldn't say they're preventing the series from growing stagnant. It still seems like the same old ultimate evil from Bioware.

Anyways, the hype they're trying to get going for this, just doesn't have an effect on me.