Decisions Will Have Huge Consequences in Dragon Age Inquisitions

If there is anything Bioware is famous for, it’s the huge impact that decisions have in their games. They have made a name for themselves in the gaming world by giving players control over the game’s story. Each new title they create puts more power into the hands of their fans, and Bioware isn’t ready to stop yet. In Dragon Age Inquisition, player decisions will have massive consequences on the world around them.

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Snookies121536d ago

Awesome, just what I wanted to hear!

Jason_Plays_PC1536d ago

Cant wait for this.If its even 80% as good as the first i'll be delighted.

Snookies121536d ago (Edited 1536d ago )

I agree, DA 1 was a great game. It had its flaws, but man the stories and characters in that game were phenomenal. Felt more like an actual journey, rather than just playing a game.

-Foxtrot1535d ago

Not saying it isn't true (we don't know) but they said exactly the same thing with Mass Effect 3

Just saying...

Eamon1535d ago

Yeh, but I think they learnt their lesson with ME3.

thorstein1535d ago

Me too. If I can wipe out the Templars and the evil abomination known as the Chantry, then it will all be worth it!

MAULxx1535d ago

Hope it's not an illusion of meaningful decisions like Mass Effect.

Imalwaysright1535d ago

Every decision made in the Mass Effect Trilogy was rendered useless when they made us choose the ending.

Eamon1535d ago

To be fair, ME1 and ME2 endings were useless too since the next game just dismisses the ending choice you made.

CorndogBurglar1535d ago (Edited 1535d ago )

Uh, no it didn't.

The decisions you made carried over from ME1 to ME2.

if you decided to have the girl N7 person die in ME1, then she was dead for the rest of the series. Same with the guy character (can't remember their names.)

In ME1, Grunt died in my playthrough, so he was dead in ME2, and a new Krogan took his place in the story.

The same with the Raknos. I always let the queen live in ME1, and they mentioned that in ME2, and she obviously had a big part to play in ME3.

The decisions were not meaningless.

The only thing that was meaningless was the very end decision of ME3, which basically gave you the choice of what ending you wanted, virtually negating the Paragon/Renegade choices you made throughout the series.

Sure ME2 and ME3 did not pick up exactly where the previous games ended, but that doesn't mean the decisions you made didn't matter. They still happened.

Eamon1535d ago

Read my comment again. I said "endings" not in-game choices.

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mydyingparadiselost1535d ago

I still remember playing DA:Origins, building up Morrigan as a complete bada** and then having her leave my party because I wouldn't give her babies. I'm still pissed about that moment, she was the character I had put most of my time and effort into only to have her walk out right before the final battle.