DSOGaming writes: "Dragon Age fans, get ready for a treat. A new video from the Digiexpo 2013 event has emerged, showing off 30 minutes of gameplay footage from BioWare's upcoming RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition."
that's fvcking water effect look sexy, damn, hope it's not lame as the 2nd one
Looks good, but this footage is about a month or 2 old. The game probably looks even better now. Glad BioWare decided on using the FB3 engine.
Holy crap DA3 looks amazing and to think this is only pre-Alpha. I would not be upset with this game if it came out now. So happy they are going to polish and refine it even more.
Please let the consolers have their action RPG hackfest, give PC gamers Dragon age origins style of gameple D&D, everyones happy.
If they can make the combat somewhat on par with Dragon's Dogma's, I'll be happy. But if they're going for the slightly improved Dragon Age 2 route than just no.
NO DEAL. Give everyone Origins style or they might as well cancel the project. DA2 was horrible crappy bad all around and I forced myself to finish the game.
@grahf Grab a mouse/kb for the full experience then. They need to make the game around D&D mechanics for the full experience else its just a dragon effect game. I would think they should make it with Mouse and keyboard in mind even for consoles. Otherwise its just an ARPG just like DA2 was.
Just two things I thought of reading your post. 1) Dragon Age has never run on D&D mechanics, not even in its pen & paper RPG form. 2) DA2 is using pretty much the exact same ruleset (and engine) as DAO, only the game play is sped up and the PC version cannot enter tactical camera mode (which is now back on all platforms). DAI seems to be at a speed somewhere in between DAO and DA2.
what if i tell you that console players also like the dragon age origins style of gameplay,not all of us are in to mindless button mashing,there´s God Of War for that.
Not going to lie, this does look good, but it could look at lot better, especially on PC. Furthermore, if you own a PC, check out the mods for the HD water effects, now those are pretty badass.
Looks like a raping blend of Kingdoms of Amaular (art style) and The Witcher 2s realistic style. Not fully impressed, yet.
Seems like i'm not the only one reminded of KoA by this. :) I wish they could've improved upon a sequel for that game, because it was promising.
this is the biggest area weve ever made bigger than all of da2. lol. looks nice though cant wait.
Seems more like the 1st one which is awesome
The animations kinda remind me of a slower paced Kingdoms of Amalur. Overall it looks okay i guess, but i'm not convinced yet.
looks perfect! they blended the best aspects of 1 and 2. cannot wait!!!!!!!!!!!
Loved the second, hated the first and very interested in this!
Loved the first, hated the second and very interested in this!
I'm crossing my fingers for Bioware to make this at least just as good as DA1.
CAN. NOT. WAIT.
This game shot up the top of my list as soon as first gameplay footage was shown. And put The Division at #2
I must be the only one who likes DA2 & hates the 1st.
Nope, notice my comment above. I was obsessed with the second and platinumed it within weeks but the first was so laughably horrible to me that I could only endure 10 hours of it.
Does anyone else remember when this games was an rpg and not a hack n slash? Those were the days.
No Grey Warden's, no purchase.
Why is God throwing desiccated coconut on the player?
Was never interested in the previous games, but i have tried them and i gott say i am really glad they decided to ditch unreal. the game was obviously held back with that engine and this game is proof of that. I am actually GREATLY interested in this, definitely keeping my eyes on this
Bioware didn't use Unreal for Dragon Age 1 and 2, though. They used their own in-house engine.
Christ, i never imagined it to look this good, now i cant wait to get my hands on this game lol
A world where we have Robots on Mars and people living in space yet we still continue to get CRAPPY OFF SCREEN VIDEO!
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