Dragon Age: Inquisition

Thedas needs heroes, and it's up to you and your party of warriors to save the land from darkness in BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition
EU & US Release date: 21 Nov, 2014
gw score
8.5
excellent

Dragon Age: Inquisition Summary

8.5
excellent

Dragon Age: Inquisition Review

Nobody expected the Inquisition. To be this good.

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Two new content packs available now for Dragon Age: Inquisition

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Bioware has announced two new content packs for its colossal fantasy RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition. The free multiplayer Destruction pack lets bands of wild animals and monsters interfere with your mission, while the Deluxe Upgrade will net you all the pre-order DLC available for the game.

That's a pretty lengthy list of armour, weapons, mounts, thrones and bog unicorns. Because if there's anything better than a unicorn mount, it's a bog unicorn mount,

Hotfix for BioWare's latest Dragon Age: Inquisition PC patch

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While BioWare's second patch for Dragon Age: inquisition tackled a number of problems the sprawling RPG suffered, it did also upset a few things for PC gamers. Now a hotfix has been released.

New problems included 'plastic hair', as well as other bizarre events like customised characters being altered. BioWare's hotfix specifically targets graphics settings and the binding of mesh and shaders.

Dragon Age: Inquisition patch releasing today, "numerous control & UI fixes" for PC

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BioWare is releasing their second major patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition which the studio says is "focused on stability," but it does include "numerous improvements and fixes" to other problems.

Patch 2 targets stability, gameplay, multiplayer and the PC. While UI has been worked on there aren't any major alterations, but BioWare say they're looking into addressing "specific requests".

Dragon Age: Inquisition has a banter problem, Bioware is looking into it‏

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Dragon Agegames are well known for their entertaining inter-party squabbles, but some players have noticed that latest installment Inquisition is a bit lacking in that department.

That's not due to laziness on developer Bioware's part, but rather a big in the game that prevents party banter from starting up.

Dragon Age: Inquisition chronicles "Plants vs. Corpses" at the "battle of Pauper's Cap"

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Forget the large cheese wheels plaguing all of Thedas, as BioWare have included a cheeky Easter Egg in their Dragon Age: Inquisition codex for something known as "Plants vs. Corpses".

If that wasn't enough this battle between demon-raised corpses and apostate-summoned plant life takes place at "Pauper's Cap", giving a nice place in Thedas for PopCap Games' Plants vs. Zombies.

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