"The pre-order bonuses for Dragon Age: Inquisition have been fully detailed."
I think this game is going to redeem the franchise after the DA2
I really hope this game redeems Bioware, but I will take a wait and see approach.
I always hear so many good things about them but to be honest I've only played KotoR games and DA games. The rest of their titles haven't sparked my interest. To my knowledge though they haven't made a good game since DA2. Star wars went free to play because it was dying and I remember everyone being pissed about Mass Effect 3. I sure hope they can turn what seems to be a slump around because DA Origins is one of my favorite games.
Yay pointless pre orders. Give us your money now and here's some random crap we took out of the game for you. I am getting so jaded with the industry these days. How about I just buy the game on release and you give me the full product? >_<
I am with you, it is a joke.
It's just another reason for me to support a certain other game. They don't believe in the pre-order bonuses, so you're getting the full game instead. One of the worst things to come out last gen, is that there were multiple retailers with different bonuses.
Being very slightly rewarded for putting faith in a game prior to release. Fuck them, right?
Putting faith in an EA game? what kind of mindset is that? the only reason for preorders is to get your money now instead of later. Do you think they're "rewarding you" or do you think it's about the $$$ and nothing more? be honest. Jeez "rewarding people" I can't believe some people buy into this crap. It's like EA PR talk hey guys give us your money now and we will "reward" you guys with some silly items! come on now cows let's get milking! come on here ya go! now hand over a bit more cash and we will reward you with some DLC, or maybe even a season pass if you're lucky! maybe you can preorder a season pass and get some horse Armour for "free"!
Lol... You're taking this far too seriously
What's not to put faith in, in regards to EA? They've published hundreds of fantastic games. Sorry for not being in on the circlejerk, I'm not cool enough. No, it's not being rewarded in the sense you're shoving it out there to be, but you're getting an item for pre-ording regardless. Besides that, 9 out of 10 times it's the high street retailers who throw money AT publishers in order to get this said 'content', so that they have a slight upper hand in sales and most of the time you don't pay for pre-orders until dispatch, so that point is moot. Get that head out of your arse.
Your'e not getting anything for preordering that wouldn't have already been in the game though that's the point. If it was a physical artbook or a soundtrack or something then yeah maybe I could see why people would preorder, but when it's digital content like this then it's just obvious bullsh** and all they want is the money now whatever the content they eventually put on shelves. Look at Battlefield 4 and tell me you wouldn't have been pissed off after preordering that game? what about sim city? EA have the worst track record and on top of all this they want you to put down your cash in return for some digital items they took from the game as a "bonus". As for high street retailers, you know what EA could say about exclusive content? they could say no we aren't doing that. It's that simple. They do this stuff without the high street retailers anyway, just go to the steam store, PSN and Xbox Live and there will still be pre order for digital content crap in their overpriced digital games. As for getting my head out of my arse, how about you stop bending over and taking it up the arse to publishers and sticking up for greedy practices? @BrobaFett I'm just annoyed with all of this stuff, and when "listenkids" said that people are getting "rewarded" for giving EA money up front. It just hacked me off. People need to stop being so naive.
That red heart halla mount reminds me of Princess Mononoke.
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