"Overwhelming would be the best way to describe the initial foray back into the world of Dragon Age. Your quest log can become gigantic as you struggle to decide whether to close rifts or hunt for that woman’s missing jewellery. In that sense, this is the exact opposite of what Bioware did with Dragon Age 2, so you may feel the need to rejoice at that.
It wasn’t a bad game per se, but changing the huge open world of Dragon Age: Origins to the smaller city of Dragon Age 2 rubbed people the wrong way. Not to mention limiting your choice of character to play as, no longer could you select a dwarf or elf each with their own unique beginnings, instead you were stuck the human Hawke. Inquisition in a lot of ways goes back to what it did so well with Origins. And you feel more like the hero than ever before."