DRAGON AGE INQUISITION
You’d bloody well hope so too, considering the title
of this here action-infused RPG intrinsically implies the presence
of humongous mythical creatures afforded the gift of flight.
Now 33. Why are we padding more than we often pad
despite our pissy little self-imposed 300-or-so word limitation?
(52) Well, when it comes to RPGs, even if admirably action-infused,
our views are really about as authoritative as Morrissey’s thoughts
on our utterly scrum-diddily-yummilicious chicken casserole.
we’re going to say this now so you can nick off and do something
more useful with your life... if you loved Skyrim then you’ll more
than likely love this, unless you don’t, which would be weird, for
it follows many similar avenues of RPGingdom.
Only 125? Poop. We
might have to write something vaguely useful.
in the Dragon Age series from masters of story-with-depth Bioware,
Inquisition isn’t exactly what we expected.
Oi! No cheap Monty
Python allusions, right?
Erm, so you fashion your
player hero character being (made some ground there with overuse of
unnecessary wordy thingies) from a selection of four races and three
classes. You’re then hurled into a world where you’re the sole
survivor of a terroristic act that has much suspicion falling upon
you. But hey, you can close demon-spewing rifts and stuff, so
accusational types quickly realise that you have your usefulness.
roll now... (237)
You’ll endure some linearity while
familiarising yourself with all that’s happening and doable, but
you’re soon privy to open worldliness where main or side quests can
be tackled at whim. Combat abilities may seem tame initially, but
given time you’ll be whomping-down with the best of them.
have just completely wasted your time, unless you’re an RPG nut who
now wants this – and in our almost entirely uninformed opinion you