GR - Starting a brand new character for Dragon Age: Inquisition meant releasing the idea that I would never truly understand what the characters and world were all about. I remembered a Morrigan, I remembered some cataclysmic event, and I remembered that Electronic Arts had previously been lambasted for Dragon Age 2, found decidedly inferior by fans who had already consumed everything of Dragon Age: Origins and its downloadable expansions. In fact, I own that package on Steam and still haven’t taken the leap into a convincing new license given that I was so taken by the publisher’s horror sci-fi spin in Dead Space.
Further, readers of GameRevolution know that I’m a much more stalwart proponent of Mirror’s Edge, a game that required tons of dexterity and more than a little patience on my speed running part given all the resets I would make in completing time trials and scaling leaderboards. In a quiet setting in San Francisco, Electronic Arts allowed me to create my own character, to learn of his unique ability to close a blight on mankind, and to discover that sometimes, you need to grind a little to reap a lot of gold.
Amazon announced a partnership with Electronic Arts to deliver even more free games and in-game content to Prime Gaming subscribers.
Amazon announced the Prime Gaming gifts for the month of November: Control Ultimate Edition, Dragon Age Inquisition, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and more.
Delving into a well-loved game or series years after its release, when it already has an enthusiastic and devoted fanbase, can be incredibly difficult. People can be casually mean on the internet without intending to, and that happens a lot when you say you don’t like something they do. Fans of the franchise take their love of the game very seriously. They’re fervent and devoted, which has its charms, but it can also feel like you’re disappointing them when you decide their thing is not your thing.