Western RPGs can learn a lot from Xenoblade Chronicles

"I know I'm going to catch flak for this, but I am not a fan of Dragon Age: Inquisition. As someone who enjoyed the focused, more personal tale of Dragon Age 2, I feel like Inquisition made a hard left over-correcting 2's biggest flaws. Inquisition features big, open spaces to roam and countless side quests, each one rewarding you with a few experience points and some new items to help you on your way. The citizens of Thedas are bizarrely incompetent, relying on the Inquisitor to help them slay bandits or gather herbs. Sure, it makes sense that the Inquisitor's probably the best person to ask if you need a dragon killed, but to wrangle a druffalo back to a cattle herd's ranch? Twice? Please, the entire world hangs in the balance here. I have better things to do."

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