Dragon Age: Inquisition PC Review | IncGamers

IncGamers have finished their inquiry and rendered judgment on the PC version of Dragon Age: Inquisition.

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kevnb3209d ago

Doesn't the game have optional difficulty ? Terrible review


Prime Gaming Is Getting Even More Games and In-Game Content from EA

Amazon announced a partnership with Electronic Arts to deliver even more free games and in-game content to Prime Gaming subscribers.

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Prime Gaming November Drops Include Control, Dragon Age Inquisition and Rise of the Tomb Raider

Amazon announced the Prime Gaming gifts for the month of November: Control Ultimate Edition, Dragon Age Inquisition, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and more.

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Profchaos692d ago

The quality of these free games has been awesome. Before anyone says they are not free I was already giving Amazon $6 a month for prime shipping and video this isn't why I pay for my subscription

Teflon02692d ago

Still technically paying for it, even if it wasn't your intent. They've been giving out games with Twitch prime, they just changed the name. It's the same sub as that was. If you weren't aware, great. But you're paying for it.

That being said, I don't personally care. For me as long as you're willing to pay that for 1 service and get more. I personally take it as free. Like prime video, music though the prime version is trash, and all the Twitch benefits are all free to me because I didn't care about those when I got it. Just comes with it.

Only noted because that's technically wrong as a defense to that argument, whether I'm on yourside with the initial statement lol

mkis007692d ago

It's free to anyone who has already been paying. IDK why people need to split hairs.

TinkerNation692d ago

How does Prime Gaming work? Do you keep the games, or is it only as long as you have Prime?

Germaximus692d ago

lol Nice distraction from how they're now charging people to increase viewership. It's "just an option." /wink lol


'Dragon Age' and Why It Sucks to Play Cult Favorite Games

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.

Snakeeater25714d ago

All dragon age games are terribly boring

Kerppamaister714d ago

Why'd you play DA2 if you thought 1 was boring?

Snakeeater25714d ago

Because of the reviews, I thought they could do better specially gameplay wise and the third one was even worst

spss11714d ago

I've never been able to complete a Dragon Age game. They always felt too rigid in design. I eventually think "why am I playing this over Witcher 3?" or pretty much any other rpg.

arkard714d ago

The same reason you read a different book, or watch different movies. Different world, characters, lore and story.

jeromeface714d ago

Idk, because maybe you completed the witcher 3? Not all of us like repeating a game over and over just because its the best in genre.

spss11714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

Never found the story or lore of DA interesting. Inquisition was just generic evil dude with demon army wants to conquer world and you're the chosen one.

I've played through Witcher 3 once, at the same time I was playing DA Inquisition. Hence the example. I never finished Inquisition and went on to complete Witcher 3.

Yui_Suzumiya714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

Well the first bored me but I loved 2 and 3. I could never get into The Witcher or Elder Scrolls but I enjoyed those as far as medieval themed RPG's go.

SegaSaturn669714d ago

I played inquisition and thought the story was pretty well done. Voice acting as well.

Lost interest when i found an ultimate weapon that could only be wieldable postgame. Like wtf would they let me even obtain it for?

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phoenixwing714d ago

Is it really a cult following if it's in the millions?

IanTH714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

lol Definitely a fair point. When a game is made and published by one of the largest video game companies on Earth, has at least 12 million sales between DA:O/DA2/DA:I, DA:I noted as being BioWare's most successful launch, and made EA enough money to greenlight a 3rd game? I'm thinking it's tough to argue that's niche :-p

If you take cult following on the face of it - a group of people who are highly dedicated & passionate about something - the author wouldn't be wrong. But they have to know that term is most widely associated with the group being small/the object being obscure, so it can't really apply here.

melons714d ago

Yeah, in what universe is a series with three games, a fourth on the way that's sold millions and is published by EA a "cult favorite"? Next you'll be telling me The Witcher 3 is a plucky and underrated indie.

IanTH713d ago

I've heard about this hidden gem called GTA V...

jznrpg714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

Cult favorite? It’s well known and sold fairly well and they are making a fourth game . I don’t see it anywhere near cult favorite status . I really enjoyed the first game and the third was pretty good (with failed mmo faults you could notice) but the second game was lazily made garbage .

Yui_Suzumiya714d ago

Second was the best game which is the biggest hot take I've ever had, lol

ElvisHuxley714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

Loved the first one, second was pretty good. Couldn't even get through the third one. Don't have high hopes for 4, but hey, nowhere to go but up hopefully.

moomoo319714d ago (Edited 714d ago )

DA: Origins was cool, but I got Mass Effect 2 at the same time and goddayum there was no comparison imo.