Dragon Age: Inquisition’s latest trailer set out a grand stall for BioWare’s latest, but can it win over those disillusioned by the second game? Dave Cook reckons that it can, and then some.
Oh, man am I ever with you on this! The hype for Dragon Age 2 was almost like almost like a sine wave, with the high being everything leading up to release and the low after we play in the same environments OVER AND OVER. I've Platinum'd both Origins and DA2, with the mindset that the former is the best RPG of last generation. It's funny- I watched the gameplay trailer the other day and consciously stopped myself as I felt the hype building. The reason for that? Dragon Age 2. Actually, The Witcher 2 ended up being more of what I wanted out of DA2. Bring back the days of a full price AAA RPG and $30 expansion packs set in the same universe! C'mon, BioWare(EA)... don't cock this up!
I'm ready for DAI. I really enjoyed both DAO and DA2.
Nothing but red flags from Bioware's camp so far, including comments from the devs and gameplay. I'll just be watching as it breaks down, because i have a bad feeling about this.
I'm with you on that one. The wait and see approach.
Dragon Age Inquisition is far and away my most anticipated game. I am one of the rare people that think Dragon Age 2 was better than Origins and I hope that Inquisition is even better.
There was no depth for that game. They're target audience was probably you though but that's why the game sales went down fast.
I have accepted the fact that when it comes to Bioware popular opinion is always against me. Another example being I think Mass Effect 3 is the best game of the last gen. Most people I talk to don't think it is even the best game in the series.
ME3 was great. Only thing that most people complained about was the ending.
I just talk to a lot of people who complain about squadmates, lack of choice and various other things but maybe those type of complaints aren't as numerous I assumed.
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