Dragon Age: Inquisition - Inner Geek Review

In terms of scale (sorry), Dragon Age: Inquisition dwarfs (not sorry) its predecessors. By the time the credits rolled, my game clock sat at 65 hours – long enough, but consider there was still had a couple of locations unvisited, a few more dragons to brutally murder for no reason and some minor quests to tackle. The areas you visit are absolutely huge, spanning barren deserts, rain-battered coasts, moonlit marshes, sun dappled forests and icy tundras. These areas aren’t interconnected and are instead selected from a world map, but each is expansive and ripe for adventure.

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