It's all about the narrative, bay-beeee. Here's why Dragon Age, as a series, is still among the absolute best RPGs.
I loved the first DA. After that, not so much.
It isnt dragon age either
Series? Origins you can argue but if you add the others you might as well put 76 in the running.
"Bioware" & their touting it as a "return to Baldur's Gate" style gameplay are what got me hyped to play "Origins" which was a great game. Though i can't help but remember the built in DLC Walls. That grated on me, and was telling of what was to become of EA and its future games. Never touched DA2 (and therefore never touched Inquisition). My brother tries to defend them but they look garbage.
Inquisition was a good game, but not the beat RPG ever. Dragon Age 2 was lazy and rushed, reusing the same maps over and over while trying to claim they are different locations. The only difference is different doors would be accessable and different enemies would be present.
I agree, Inquisition was good fun Not as good as origins, but a good enough compromise between O and 2
Nor is Dragon Age, the first game was pretty great though.
I can't be the only one that loved inquisition? I understand that the fetch quests were plentiful, but the relationships you build with your companions ,the gameplay and loot, main story, and the world was beautiful to explore. And the online was actually decent.
you're not the only one who liked dragon age inquisition although i hated it when i first played because i bought the ps3 version when i got the ps4 version it was night and day difference.
May I ask why? Was the last gent version really that bad?
Dragon Age Inquisition is among the best games I've played this generation. It's not just you.
I think DA:I got rolled over have from DA2. Because DA2 was THAT bad.
it's not dragon age either
Nah as a pure RPG only I would say Divinity Original Sin 2 is the best RPG. I would also add that DA:I isn't a bad game even though they watered it down from the original.
Divinity Original Sin 2 is an incredible game but the difficulty spikes are such a huge stumbling block. Seriously thinking of backing the Kickstarter board game of it though
OS2 is def in my top 5. Suikoden 2 is probably number 1 for me. It's hard not to throw DA:O in there and The Witcher series.
From what ive played id say it somewhere between Morrowind given its freedom and expanse in character building (you can craft some awesome spells and straight up learn how to fly), and Divinity original sin II given its very flexible "pen and paper RPG" open choice style being able to recruit and kill anyone and the world in turn reacting to that and other things you wouldnt expect.
Best RPG games: 1. Gothic 1, 2 2. Witcher 2, 3 3. Dragon Age Origins
To me personally it is Knights of the Old Republic.. But Dragon Age is certainly up there. I am in the minority here but I liked Inquisition the best. Played through that game 5 times.
To me personally Elder Scrolls Morrowind is still the king of Open World Rpg-s.
Witcher 3 is the best RPG with defined protagonist but New Vegas is still the best RPG all around(despite the gamebryo gunplay) with the freedom of who you want to be and the emphasis on C&C and memorable characters & quests in one of the best fictional settings... what Bethesda's doing with it is a disgrace.
Dragon Age Origins is one of the best rpgs ever. Two is isn’t my favorite but I really enjoyed the Inquisition. I doubt they will ever make one as good as origins again
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