Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition

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The epic role-playing series from BioWare takes a thrilling leap forward with the power of Frostbite 3. Beautiful vistas and incredible new possibilities await you. Ready yourself for Dragon Age: Inquisition. A cataclysmic event plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow over lands on the brink of chaos. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your allies to restore order as you ...
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The epic role-playing series from BioWare takes a thrilling leap forward with the power of Frostbite 3. Beautiful vistas and incredible new possibilities await you. Ready yourself for Dragon Age: Inquisition.

A cataclysmic event plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow over lands on the brink of chaos. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your allies to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos.

BioWare’s latest action-adventure delivers an unparalleled story set in a vast, changeable landscape. Explore hidden caves, defeat truly monumental creatures, and shape the world around you based on your unique play style.

Explore, lead, and battle: Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come.



  • OS *: Windows 7 or 8.1, 64-bit
  • Processor: AMD Quad core @ 2.5 GHz/Intel Quad core @ 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: AMD Radeon HD 4870/Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 26 GB available space

Dragon Age franchise

Dragon Age Reorigins
Dragon Age Reorigins
Release date: 2025
Dragon Age: The Veilguard
Dragon Age: The Veilguard
Release date: 2024
Dragon Age 2
Dragon Age 2
Release date: 2011
Dragon Age: Origins
Dragon Age: Origins
Release date: 2009

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nice story line.

i did not even played the other games of dragon age,

with this game u don't need to.

everything u need to know is in this game.

i love the graphic , game play and story.

I have played all the Dragon Age Games repeatedly, this will not disappoint for the most part. Having to use EA to launch has ruined the game for me, you cannot use mods and half the time EA is not working. I tied to play as an Elf, but could not stand looking at the deformed little stick body you are stuck with, and cannot mod your way out of. DAO is still the best story and character wise just dated graphically. But putting aside the negative, I have only played the Mass Effect games more than DAO so definitely more than got my money's worth, playing as a Mage the most fun.
  • Great stories and characters. You cannot beat the price here
  • Being ruined by big companies buying them up and ruining them like EA.
This game has GREAT replayability. The characters are solid for the most part ESPECIALLY Solas and Cassandra. Here's my issue though

Black emporium doesnt load - Crashes. No point playing anymore. Lol
  • Characters
  • Writing
  • Lots of content
  • Lackluster main story
  • Bugs and crashes where you really NEED it to work
  • LOTS of content
The game overall is good in my opinion! Great fighting interface, better than the first game, easy to mode, great graphics a bit glitchy/buggy but not overly annoying, mostly just a few voice activated quest not triggering(mostly Cole related).
  • easy to mode
  • good looking graphics
  • easy character controls/fighting interface
  • pretty good character customization
  • LGBTQIA+ friendly
  • a few bugs
Can't play it on pc, unless you turn off antivirus and others stuff. I mean, I don't want to change my safety settings to play a game that I bought. It's not like something you cracked, should be fixed sooner or later.
  • Doesn't start on PC unless you go through some security settings changes.
Bioware formula refined to the purest with a bit of MMO checklist bonanza!
The main story has it's moments but it's a bit childish compared to what else is out there.
The companions are classic Bioware tropes.
The vilain is boring.
Sidequests are repetitive with no real goals or impact to the story.
Combat is MMO ported for single-player.
The game won't even start if you have some antivirus software running.
Graphics are ok.
Sound design is excelent.
A well deserved "Meh"
Learned from the mistakes made in DA:2, improved what was so great about DA:O, took it to a whole next level. From the most loveable partners to the most annoying companions, it is so well done and thought through, making me want to play it over and over again for hours on end.
Je vais pas y aller par 4 chemins. J'ai joué au jeu une dizaine d heures, le jeu est mou et chiant.

Les quêtes ne sont pas intéressantes, ca se résume à du: "trouve tous les machins dans cette zone", "va tuer un mec qui se trouve là bas". Seul la quête principale reste à peine digne d'interet .
Je ne vous conseille pas ce Dragon Age contrairement au premier du nom.
  • Graphismes honnêtes encore aujourd'hui
  • Quêtes inintéressantes
I HIGHLY recommend this game. I played over 500 hours on the console version and now that I build my own pc this is the first game I bought for it and I have since then played over 50 hours, even though I have played this game a lot before. Great game to unwind to and progress at your own pace.
  • Inexpensive
  • Great story line
  • Great graphics
  • Continues the story from the other games
  • Gorgeous art style
  • Sometimes you lose all your problems due to a save file bug
  • Unplayable with Keyboard and mouse
  • Long loading screens
  • Bugy characters
  • No "completed quest" notifications
Indispensable se te gustan los RPG, cientos de horas de juego, una historia envolvente que entronca directamente con las anteriores entregas, desborda calidad en gráficos, bso, guión, desrrollo de personajes...
  • Historia
  • Cientos de horas de juego
  • Secundarios de lujo
  • Misiones secundarias demasiado repetitivas
Bioware sin duda ha alcanzado el cúlmine de la saga de Dragon Age en este juego (por ahora, aún quedan por venir más) ya que combina lo mejor de DAO (sistema de combate y el número de decisiones) con lo mejor de DA2 (elecciones por personalidad y cámara táctica de combate).

La historia, si bien simple y clara, se desarrolla a buen ritmo y con giros sin perder de vista las historias personales de los compañeros, que son igual de interesantes y que tienen un impacto en la relación que tienen con el protagonista. La historia es más similar a la de DAO, por lo que es claro que están volviendo a sus raíces. Pero no os engañéis, tiene mucho más micro-historias, dobles verdades y mitología de lo que primeramente se ve. Los escritores han hecho un gran trabajo, especialmente con cierto personaje.

Los personajes son increíbles, mucho mejores que sus antecesores, y con una variedad muy interesante, incluso en gusto por romance, lo que los hace estar mejor construidos y darles un punto más veraz. Los banters entre ellos son diversos, aunque me habría gustado que hubiera más, ya que saltan cada 20min aproximadamente y es mucho tiempo. Los romances con ellos son interesantes, emocionan y divierten. Lo bueno es que tus compañeros pueden enamorarse entre sí si no haces romance con ellos, lo cual añade una profundidad a la historia y a la realidad de la misma (no todos los PJ tienen que estar enamorados del protagonista).

El modo de combate está muy mejorado, es divertido y tiene una cámara táctica como en DA2, lo cual permite dar órdenes a los compañeros de manera más sencilla o, si nos gusta la estrategia, pues más clara. Siguen las combinaciones de poderes entre clases, así como la especialización de la clase del protagonista. Lo bueno de la especialización es que podemos "probarla" antes ya que cada compañero es un ejemplo de su clase. (Ejemplo: Cole, Sera y Varric son pícaros; Cole = asesino, Sera = Tempestad, Varric = Artífice).

El ambiente es de los más hermosos y mejores que he visto, están muy detallados y muy conseguidos. Hay lugares donde dan ganas de perderse y quedarse solo observando el lugar. Además, hay mucha variedad: desde páramos helados, a bosques, llanuras, pantanos y desiertos (cada uno de ellos desatando banters al respecto por parte de los compañeros de equipo). Los mapas son abiertos y libres de ser explorados, además de grandes, posiblemente "The Hinterlands" (primer mapa) sera el más grande y tedioso de todos.

La música es una delicia, un poco repetitiva en el estilo, pero cuidada y tratada con mimo. Me encanta el cambio de música en Orlais con su toque "francés" y las canciones de taverna.

Un juego 100% recomendable, una pedazo de obra maestra del RPG!
  • Personalización del protagonista + voice acting
  • Historia principal, mejora en la toma de decisiones
  • Compañeros y sus banters, PJ bien construidos
  • Mitología y mucho lore por todos lados! Mapas abiertos a exploración
  • Modo de combate mejorado + cámara táctica, creación de armaduras/armas
  • Algunas misiones secundarias son repetitivas
  • El banter es bueno pero es cada 20min, lo cual es mucho tiempo. Necesita acortarse.
The game does not work... I did try everything, but game does not even start. Already wrote a topic to Origin. How I read other forums a lot of people had multiple problems with the game... I wish I had read about those problems before purchase...
  • Game is not working
The game itself is very good, but you will have to pay for the DLCs if you want to see how it ends...not a wise move imho, DLC should expand, not complete the story. So if you like the genre buy it but the goty version is recomended.
  • Entertaining and well structured
  • Npc and companions well characterized
  • Longevity
  • Big world and many sidequests
  • End is in the DLCs
  • Final boss is a bit of a disappointment
  • Many cliches
  • Not always well balanced
Very good game! I can tell this is one of the best RPGs I have ever played! After playing Dragon Age: Origins and the second part, this is the best game. I love that story, open world, dialogues, choices... 10/10
Great game, its very long if you play all the side quests.

Good character creation, good and fast pace combat and music.

Lots of history, your choose maters.

It's a BioWare RPG and It's absolutely huge!.
  • good combat
Nice storyline, awesome interactions with the diferent charecters, and on tp of it the graphics are good, could be perfected but still a good game to explored! What could be improved is the character costumization, should have more options.
  • Storyline
  • character building
  • character costumization
Sicuramente la versione pc non soffre dei cali che soffre su consoll, il gioco è molto bello e completo, la storia sembra un po presa da altri giochi simili, si possono intraprendere diverse missioni e il gioco difficilmente stanca, il suo solo punto debole è secondo me la poca attenzione per la qualita della storia di gioco e il carisma dei personaggi, ma per il resto presenta un buon livello di gioco, gli do 80 perche presenta una modalita multyplayer interessante.
  • lore niente male
  • ambientazioni ben definite
  • immenso
  • storia poco convincente
  • carisma personaggi
A great game for fans of Bioware or any of the Dragon Age games. Story is well done and takes one into the world. Graphics are modern and current for a rpg of this caliber. The skills and spells have meaning when you blast your way into, or from an area.
  • worth playing 2-3 times
  • graphics
  • music and sounds are great
  • repetative
  • beeds more classes for the hero
Why the absolute 100? Its Dragon age bruh, it has everything from romance to bromance and more! + I am a huge fan since Origins back in 2010 when I purchased it. And for 5 euros? U kidding? My friend bought it for 60!
  • Sweet gameplay
Has good moments but become boring too soon, the story is interesting, customisations are OK.
The universe in general is good and well respected.
Beyond that, if you don't have a friend to play with, this game would become really boring due to the extremly repetitive gameplay, it's more a beat em all than a VS game.
  • Story
  • Gameplay
Excellent RPG, by far better than DA2, takes a while to get in grips with the tactical camera (DAO still had better battle management). Skill system bit too simplified for my taste after previous games, should have better tactics (practically nonexistent, your companions will run amok unless you control them). Plenty of tactical choices make up for that though :) 9/10 bang for buck, must buy!
  • PC friendly and less console orientated
  • immense amount of questing to do
  • excellent storyline (EPIC)
  • awesome companions
  • Online mode sucks, completely useless gimmick.
  • load screens (black loadscreen AFTER interactive ones, wtf?)
As a Dragon Age fan I love the fact that decisions from my previous games affect this game. This game offers many hours of really fun game play that constantly pulls you into it's world making you wonder what's next.
  • Fantastic graphics
  • Epic story
  • Some companions are really boring
Any fan of the DA series will like this game, the story is awesome!
Fight dragons, Mages, Templars, Qunari, they are all there! Meet some old friends, and enemies. Of course, your choices have massive impact on the world.
Gameplay could be improved in the character control during battles.
  • epic story
  • slay dragons
  • get the ending you WANT
  • character control during fights
  • number of existing dragons is finite :(
They game is definitely vast and enjoyable. Just for more advanced difficulty players, the AI and general controls are a bit clumsy, hence you can't play fluently AND efficiently, which can frustrate.
  • huge world and plenty of stuff to do
  • controls and AI (without pausing the game)
Dragon Age: Inquisistion is an amazing game! I never played an RPG before, so at first it required some getting used to, but once I got the controls right (enable free camera) the game played amazingly well! The enemies were balanced with your level and previously unlocked areas stayed fun to play.
  • Amazing graphics
  • Great storyline
  • Balanced gameplay
  • Still much to do after 50+ hours of gameplay
  • Side quests become repetitive over time
  • Sometimes unclear what you must do next
Well I was very excited to play this game, but it is full of bugs and unreasonable crashes. The game world is immersive, the story is enjoyable, but defenitely not the best bioware game.

The main story is not really that engaging and the squadmates are sort of dull and empty as well. I found myself being bored with companion conversations and companion quests. Some companions are well rounded though (Dorian, Varric).

I haven't played the game in months now, because the constat crashes made it so unenjoyable and EA is not seeming to be interested in fixing the crash errors (oh and my pc far exceeds the recommended requirements).

  • Dragon age world
Exelent game. Very complicated story but when you exloid the beautiful world, you will forget the story.
I dont have anythong bad to say about this game
  • amazing game
  • very big world
  • amaze
  • nothing
  • nothing
The first Dragon Age still is the best game of the franchise, but I'm really enjoying this one. Fans of the genre won't be disappointed.
This truly is a grand RPG for PC. Graphics are best of any game to date. Voice acting is excellent. Combat is very fun, especially when favoring use of rogue stealth and evasion mechanics or warrior charge abilities. The free-roam exploration where you just happen to run into quests and the unexpected is not at all linear and reminiscent of Skyrim.

The tactical combat so many prefer from Origins is present in all its glory, although there is a clear console-oriented simplicity to it, which may be a let-down for some. I prefer to only use tactical actions during boss fights or when being overwhelmed, so this doesn't bother me so much. However, the AI tactics you can configure for each character is very simplified, only a fraction of what was available in origins. I prefer the simplicity right now, but will probably reverse this stance when I go for a max difficulty second playthrough.

Crafting is solid and well designed. Not too overwhelming that players would ignore it. The potion design, upgrade, and replenishment mechanic is well thought out when you consider how camps are established throughout the various areas.

I had no intention of playing this game with a mouse and keyboard, and havn't tried it, but from all my gameplay with a controller I can't imagine that it is as good as with a controller. This doesn't really bother me though. For years i've favored the couch + controller over my desk + mouse/keyboard.

I strongly recommend a high end graphics card with 3GB or more of memory to max out the game settings. Very memory intensive.

Playing on PC with Xbox 360 controller PC specs AMD FX-8120 Eight-Core Processor 3.10 GHz, 8GB ram, GTX 970.
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Dragon Age: Inqusition is a contradictory game. On one hand, it´s enjoyable RPG with Origins atmosphere and after Dragon Age II, it went back to its roots.

Environment - one of the best environments I´ve ever seen in RPG games. It´s full, alive, big, massive and hilarious. But on the other hand, it´s totally MMO-ish. You can explore for hours and every moment I fell like in MMORPG game. For others it may not be a problem, but after a while it becomes annoying and I have a feeling that I play MMO, but without players (only with members of my group). It ruins a bit the idea of whole concept.

And what about graphics side? The game looks amazing. It is big RPG and you can play even on 3+ years old machines and it runs playable. Yes, it looks more cartoony than Origins, but that isn´t bad. I enjoyed the style. Plus the optimalization is really good too, so you don´t need to worry.

Story is complicated and it builds on previous story foundations. For this moment you can use Dragon Age Keep - browser application where you can make decisions from previous games and than extract it to DA: I. It is for those who didn´t play DA: O and DAII and want to try this out. It brings me to one thing - whole story is all about decisions. And these decisions will make the game different. It´s hard to tell how this concept works, but you can experience it on your own.

From gameplay side I haven´t met a lot of bugs and none of those which destroy the game. I just experienced several crashesm but nothing extremely annoying.

Overall, it is great role-playing game for hundreds of hours. Only issue may be occasional MMO style and complicated story for beginners, but I can RECOMMEND this game for everyone, who loves this type of games.
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