Dragon Age: Inquisition - Hands-On Preview
After getting hands-on with Dragon Age: Inquisition and speaking with Cameron Lee of BioWare, Kevin VanOrd and Tom McShea share their early impressions of this expansive, beautiful addition to the series.
1) this video didn't show anything new. Didn't Kevin already have an article telling us his thoughts in much more detail? Was hoping for a long unedited video of Kevin's play through.
2) at 1:53, why are they are standing on one side of the table and it looks like Leiliana, assuming the hooded one is her, is the only normal looking female.
Yeah, just little things. So tempted to preorder for PC this time around but the prices drop so fast esp. so close to Thanksgiving and the preorder bonus doesn't seem very tempting.
Yep cant wait for this game it looks great, been replaying DAO & Awakening DA2 the whole gambit, I do hope though there is opportunity to customise character(s) and or races like with the override addons available or toolset for DAO and or Skyrim would be nice, either way cant wait I usually like first person shooters but this game really caught my imagination just so much fun
It looks amazing. It looks like Bioware took it in the right direction.
I loved both Dragon Age games, and it seems that I will love this one too. It is nice to see game studios evolving their games the right way.
I look forward to this one, can't wait.
Anyone know if your chooses from the previous games will carry over in this game? I'm thinking of replaying the other two games.
Looks awesome, definitely a day 1 purchase for me.
People acting like DA2 was an awful game are just silly. I'd say the combat and gameplay were better than DA:O. The repetitive environments and linearity made it worse than DA:O overall, but only a hyper-emotional, horribly biased nit would say it was a bad game.
Also, Mass Effect 3 was an amazing game; beginning to end. I still have complete faith in Bioware; still a lot of quality in everything they release and Inquisition looks great.
I'm cautiously optimistic about DAI, but will not be preordering it. Bioware (EA) has lost the "preorder without thinking about it" status that they used to have with me.
They don't have my unquestioned trust anymore like CD Projekt now does. I'll likely wait and get the "Ultimate" edition on Steam.
So what do you do when the Iron Bull starts getting h0rne and makes some moves towards your toon ? Need a big can of pepper spray or a cattle prod. My first playthrough of DA origins I jumped into b3d too quickly because Morrigan made the moves on me early, messed up my chances with Leilana, and was but-hurt. This time I will bide my time and be patient.
EDIT I went thru all the words I though were flagged by the chastity bot and it was the word B u tt that it didn't like
I love the Dragon Age lore and world. But I'm afraid to purchase this thinking there may be additional DLC purchases to make the game feel complete. By this I mean optional characters and/or quests. Skyrim somehow still felt like a complete game even without the DLC, and I think Witcher 2 also ( but don't know much about that game)..
@AstroGazer All PC games support standard gamepad for several years, why does it need to be mentioned?
@JAHBU Your choices from the previous games will carry over into this game, check out information on the Dragon Age Keep which is the system there using to import your choices.
@nocoolnamejim Sorry to rain on your plan BUT it won't be coming to Steam, only Origin.
@nocoolnamejim Just to let you know its never ever a good idea to have unquestioned trust, that is why people get disappointed in the first place and why crappy games keep getting released.
@AzureBonds76 There's a life lesson in there, dude. A life lesson.
*****strokes chin and gazes into the distance*****
DLC optional characters like Shale is highly unlikely considering the already large cast. The DLC side stories seem standard these days, so I would be surprised if they don't sell those. DAO felt complete to me without the DLCs. Getting the ultimate edition years later seemed worth it and didn't feel like they were critical to the main game.
@Mojira7 From what I remember them saying, they are not going to have DLC Optional characters, because of how ingrained the characters are into the story this time, they would have to have part the character already developed in the game in the first place.
@Mojira7 The campaign will probably be on the long side if Bioware listens to the complaints of DA2. First one was like 60 - 70 hrs aside from the DLC. If the campaign is meaty and makes you feel you are getting your money's worth I will welcome the DLC and prob. pick it up. DLC is fine to me and welcomed if they do the original game right and don't cut things from the game and tack them on as DLC.
@Mojira7 Go forth and play The wticher, if you have the rig for it.
Ignore the "which should I play (da or tw)" folks. If you like one, you'll like the other.
@olddadgamer Life lesson: Don't jump into bed with the first water buffalo that crosses your path...
@JAHBU @TheDarkNut @Deathhawk4 If you will be having fun then its not a waste of time! :D I will too be playing again. For a refresher. Read the codex again. Stuff like that.
@TheDarkNut Yeah your right! Besides I have never played the PC versions and I hear they are pretty different in terms of the tactical combat.
@olddadgamer, so you are an original recipe kind of guy?
@jake198624, that isn't actual honey and why would you use that to stroke your chin?