Posts Tagged ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’
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Bioware Releases Free Version Of Dragon Age Inquisition

by Peter Paltridgeon July 15, 2015
Surprise — Bioware has released a version of Dragon Age Inquisition that is 100% free. If you don’t have the game yet, the perfect way to try it out is now here. You might be wondering “If this version is free, what’s different? Meaning, in what way is it handicapped?” It is, but surprisingly, not […]
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Dragon Age: Inquisition Patches Out Awkward Silences, Gender Confusion and Other Bugs

by Shawn Hopkinson December 10, 2014
Yesterday, BioWare released a patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition that was intended to fix one of the more annoying bugs in the game. When you get the bug instead of having a snappy conversation and moving on to their next line the other player says their line and looks soulfully into your eyes, waiting for […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Pokes Fun at Itself in Parody Image

by Shawn Hopkinson November 26, 2014
Without spoiling anything beyond the intro, Dragon Age: Inquisiton is about closing a big hole in the sky. The Avengers was, at the end, about closing a big hole in the sky. That resemblance was not lost on BioWare and EA, which slyly referenced the final post-credits scene of The Avengers in this funny new […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition Now Available for Early Play on EA Access

by Shawn Hopkinson November 13, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn’t come out until Tuesday. But you can play it right now if you meet certain conditions. First, you need an Xbox One. Second, you need a subscription to EA’s EA Access service, which is a $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year service that allows access to EA Vault titles and […]

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Dragon Age: Inquisition Goes Gold

by Shawn Hopkinson November 4, 2014
Like many, I felt a little bit burned by Dragon Age II. But I’m willing to give BioWare another chance with the series, and news that Dragon Age: Inquisition has gone gold on all platforms and is on track to his store shelves Nov. 18 is welcome. The game’s executive producer, Mark Darrah, made the […]
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Dragon Age Keep Lets You Import Your Old Dragon Age Choices in Dragon Age: Inquisition

by Shawn Hopkinson October 30, 2014
In advance of Dragon Age: Inquisition, EA has now launched the web game Dragon Age Keep. Dragon Age Keep is how you’ll make Dragon Age: Inquisition match up with your playthroughs of the earlier Dragon Age games. You’ve got 300 choices to make, if you can remember them all. It’s okay if you cheat a […]

Dragon Age: Inquisition’s ESRB Rating Promises Some Ridiculous Adult Content

by Shawn Hopkinson October 28, 2014
This was to be expected from a game series that’s almost as obsessed with sexing up party members as it is brutally killing enemies, but still funny just the same. The ESRB (Entertainment Software Rating Board) description for Dragon Age: Inquisition lists some of the gore and sex stuff you can expect from the game, […]
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Indulge in Some Heresy With Official Trailer For Dragon Age: Inquisition

by Shawn Hopkinson October 15, 2014
This new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition shows off some gameplay footage, and delves a bit into the mythology of Thedas. Is the Maker really guiding the hero’s hand, or is that just a useful lie? Religion was always a deep underlying element of Dragon Age, but it seems like Inquisition will tackle it head-on.  […]

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Make Your Character Unique With Dragon Age: Inquisition Customization

by Shawn Hopkinson October 1, 2014
If you’re like me and you felt stifled by Dragon Age 2’s limited character customization options, which allowed you to be a male human named Hawke or a female human named Hawke and dared you to whine about it, then you’ll be well-pleased by this new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The new trailer shows […]
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Dragon Age: Inquisition Will Be Tougher Than Origins

by Shawn Hopkinson September 25, 2014
Dragon Age: Origins was one of the few RPGs of recent years where I actually felt the combat put up a decent tactical challenge that forced me to make the right choices or wipe, at least in some of the harder and more critical encounters. So I’m not sure I feel about this news from […]