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[Interview] Dragon Age: Inquisition: Bioware Reveals the Inquisitor

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  • DarwaDarwa CambridgePosts: 2,184Member Common

    I think there should be a visible tag on articles like this. I know I'm a bit behind the times, but I come to this site for MMO news, so maybe put a 'SRPG' (or similar) tag next to this sort of thing.

     

    Going back under my brick now....

  • dinamsdinams Muriae, VAPosts: 1,362Member

    I understand covering this

    But why bother making a page for it? its not an mmo

    Change the name of the site already or add to it =/

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  • SamhaelSamhael Huntsville, ALPosts: 696Member Uncommon

    After playing the godawful DA2 and just hearing about ME3's ending, I'm in no rush to buy or pre-order this one. I'll wait for the reviews to speak. Give me something as awesome as Origins/Awakening and I'll be happy. 

    Bioware has a long way to go to redeem itself and I just don't think that's possible.

  • Solar_ProphetSolar_Prophet Columbus, OHPosts: 875Member Uncommon

    I'll probably pick it up six months after release when it goes on sale or something. After the obviously rushed and poorly written debacle of DA2, combined with the lazy hole-filled plot and ending of ME3, Bioware games simply don't interest me any more.

    SWTOR was good story-wise and would have made an excellent addition to the KOTOR series, had they not screwed up and decided to make it into an MMO.

    Bioware is dead. Long live EAware.

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  • BurntvetBurntvet Baltimore, MDPosts: 2,936Member Uncommon

    After the last DA POS expansion/sequel, who cares?

    The franchise deserves no hype after that train wreck.

  • BurntvetBurntvet Baltimore, MDPosts: 2,936Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by dinams

    I understand covering this

    But why bother making a page for it? its not an mmo

    Change the name of the site already or add to it =/

    You can bet there are some advertising dollars in there somewhere, is why....

  • amadeuzamadeuz BangkokPosts: 73Member
    So this game is not MMO .. =/
  • winterwinter El Paso, TXPosts: 2,276Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Canibaloler

    DA2, ME3 and swtor's memories doesn't allow me to get this game..

    Sorry Bioware ,, i blame EA instead :P

    R.I.P.

     

     This^

     We've already seen how EAoware works promising that your choice will matter and then delivering one ending in 3 different colors where none of your choices made any difference at all.

  • vort3xvort3x Jebem vam materPosts: 129Member

    I need this to be good.

    And I need Witcher 3, which I already know will be a legendary game.

    + Project Eternity, Wasteland 2, and hoping for good Fallout 4.

     

     

    That's all I need for the next 7 years of gaming :)

  • WolfClawsWolfClaws Arlington, VAPosts: 553Member Uncommon
    I dunno,, this is reminding me of the limited Dragon Age 2....
  • Allacore69Allacore69 Casselberry, FLPosts: 839Member
    isnt this a single player offline game?
     
     
    Whats it doing on an MMORPG site LMAO.
     
    Just saying not trolling.

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  • Allacore69Allacore69 Casselberry, FLPosts: 839Member

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dragon_Age:_Inquisition

     

    Whats this doing on an MMORPG site?

     

    LOL just saying not trolling.

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  • mindw0rkmindw0rk St-petersburgPosts: 1,351Member
    Game looks fantastic
  • SilaxSilax Daytona Beach, FLPosts: 250Member

    The way I feel about DA:I is essentially the same way I felt about Oblivion - I'm not particularly keen on the changes that are being announced but I will play it anyway and perhaps I will be pleasantly surprised.

    Without a doubt DA:O was one of the best RPGs of the past decade, maybe a close second to the Witcher.  That said, DA 2 was horrendous.  I still played it because I wanted to see where the story went (somewhat disappointed) while knowing what people had said about it.

    At the end of the day, it's like reading an epic fantasy series or watching a TV show.  Some seasons are just going feel lackluster to the first while others make a comeback and then some.  I don't know many people who would stop watching a favorite show just because it did something they didn't like.  There is an investment, a continuation that people care about whether that is the story, the characters or whatever.  Shoot, George R. R. Martin pissed me off so much for waiting so long to publish the last book in the series (something like 7 years) and the book that came before ignored all the main characters and plot lines.  Did I still read the new book when it came out?  You bet I did.

  • Stuka1000Stuka1000 Posts: 865Member Uncommon

    So, no continuation of the previous story apart from the occasional nod if you load a previous save from DA2 or DA1.  Story sounds meh at best, nothing that hasn't been done before.  RIFT I believe was a PnP role playing game that first opened these dimensional rifts onto the world.  Then Trion did it with the unimaginatively titled RIFT and now EA jumps on the tired bandwagon. But in an effort to appease the old DA1 loving crowd they will give us the option of top down combat.  I'm not convinced but I'm a sucker for rpg's so I will give it a go before completely condemning it.

    I would ask though that you stop calling this a Bioware game, it isn't.  It's an EA game with a Bioware label stuck on it.  The heart and soul of that once great company are no longer there and Bioware vanished up EA's ringpiece when they left.

  • IvorySamoanIvorySamoan Te AwamutuPosts: 10Member
    What are you on about, ME3 was kick ass... and SWTOR was great when it was sub based (IMMO).
  • Jimmy562Jimmy562 FlimwellPosts: 1,099Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Stuka1000

    So, no continuation of the previous story apart from the occasional nod if you load a previous save from DA2 or DA1.  Story sounds meh at best, nothing that hasn't been done before.  RIFT I believe was a PnP role playing game that first opened these dimensional rifts onto the world.  Then Trion did it with the unimaginatively titled RIFT and now EA jumps on the tired bandwagon. But in an effort to appease the old DA1 loving crowd they will give us the option of top down combat.  I'm not convinced but I'm a sucker for rpg's so I will give it a go before completely condemning it.

    I would ask though that you stop calling this a Bioware game, it isn't.  It's an EA game with a Bioware label stuck on it.  The heart and soul of that once great company are no longer there and Bioware vanished up EA's ringpiece when they left.

    The story is continuing from DA2.

    Also EA hasn't jumped on the bandwagon, tears in the veil have always been a part of the lore and with the mages and templars in all out war, it's not surprising something like this is happening.

  • GrixxittGrixxitt New Orleans, LAPosts: 543Member

    It's EA so not worth my money. 

    Possibly might be worth the space on my hard drive if the combat is good. O and lesbian love scenes :)

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  • adam_noxadam_nox hays, KSPosts: 2,073Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Boraell

    From the minuscule amount of gameplay in the 'gameplay trailer' it looks like they are sticking with the DA2 style of action-combat...ah well, theres still Torment to look forward to!

     

    I thought DA2 combat was the one improvement over DA1.  Ok not the only one, there's also the skill tree.  But DA2's combat was just leaps beyond DA1.  I like slow combat too, but it was clunky and just too dated in Dragon Age.   Other games from bioware got away with it because the bar was lower in the past.  But games need to evolve, and not just graphically.

  • ArndushArndush Dallas, TXPosts: 303Member
    It's a good move. After all, no one expects the inquisition.
  • stevebombsquadstevebombsquad Orlando, FLPosts: 842Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by Stuka1000

    So, no continuation of the previous story apart from the occasional nod if you load a previous save from DA2 or DA1.  Story sounds meh at best, nothing that hasn't been done before.  RIFT I believe was a PnP role playing game that first opened these dimensional rifts onto the world.  Then Trion did it with the unimaginatively titled RIFT and now EA jumps on the tired bandwagon. But in an effort to appease the old DA1 loving crowd they will give us the option of top down combat.  I'm not convinced but I'm a sucker for rpg's so I will give it a go before completely condemning it.

    I would ask though that you stop calling this a Bioware game, it isn't.  It's an EA game with a Bioware label stuck on it.  The heart and soul of that once great company are no longer there and Bioware vanished up EA's ringpiece when they left.

    Wow. You just blurt stuff out with no research whatsoever. You should try looking stuff up before making an opinion. The story is a continuation of DA2 and tears in the veil were already part of the lore..........

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  • MoiraeMoirae New Orleans, LAPosts: 2,743Member Uncommon
    Little curious here.... isn't this site called MMORPG.com and therefore dedicated to MMO's? Why then is there an article on here about a single player game? Just wondering.
  • Stuka1000Stuka1000 Posts: 865Member Uncommon
    Originally posted by stevebombsquad
    Originally posted by Stuka1000

    So, no continuation of the previous story apart from the occasional nod if you load a previous save from DA2 or DA1.  Story sounds meh at best, nothing that hasn't been done before.  RIFT I believe was a PnP role playing game that first opened these dimensional rifts onto the world.  Then Trion did it with the unimaginatively titled RIFT and now EA jumps on the tired bandwagon. But in an effort to appease the old DA1 loving crowd they will give us the option of top down combat.  I'm not convinced but I'm a sucker for rpg's so I will give it a go before completely condemning it.

    I would ask though that you stop calling this a Bioware game, it isn't.  It's an EA game with a Bioware label stuck on it.  The heart and soul of that once great company are no longer there and Bioware vanished up EA's ringpiece when they left.

    Wow. You just blurt stuff out with no research whatsoever. You should try looking stuff up before making an opinion. The story is a continuation of DA2 and tears in the veil were already part of the lore..........

    By continuation I meant the ability to port your previous character into the game and continue the story with them, not play an entirely new character.  Yes tears in the veil have always been there but not like they have been portrayed in DA3 but you are right, perhaps I have read it wrong, we will see. 

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