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Dragon Age Inquisition PC Game

Dragon Age 3 Inquisition is the third installment in Bioware s popular Dragon Age franchise. The game utilizes DICE s Frostbite 2 technology and promises a massive world to explore deep customization great combat and choices that matter.

Explore a vast, fantasy world at the brink of catastrophe in Dragon Age™: Inquisition, a next-generation action RPG, where your choices shape and drive the experience. In this upcoming video game from BioWare, makers of Mass Effect 3 and Dragon Age: Origins, you’ll make your mark in an expansive, story-driven open world filled with complex characters, challenging combat and difficult decisions.

A cataclysmic event has plunged the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons now darken the sky, casting a shadow of terror over a once-peaceful kingdom. Mages have broken into an all-out war against the oppressive Templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos - your choices will forever change the Dragon Age

  • Choose and lead a group of characters into challenging, visually spectacular battles against a variety of enemies – from earth-shattering High Dragons to demonic forces from the otherworld of the Fade. Go toe-to-toe in visceral, heroic combat as your followers fight by your side, or switch to tactical view to coordinate devastating offensives using the combined might of your party.
  • See the tangible, visible results of your journey through a living world – raise structures, customize outposts, and change the landscape itself as environments are re-shaped in the wake of your Inquisition.
  • Lead a party chosen from nine unique, fully-realized characters – each of whom react to your actions and choices differently, forming complex relationships both with you and with each other.
  • Create your own character from multiple races, customize their appearance, and select their powers and abilities as the game progresses. Extensive customization options allow you to choose everything from the color of your follower’s boots to the appearance of your Inquisition stronghold.
  • Become an agent of change in a time of uncertainty and upheaval. Shape the course of empires, bring war or peace to factions in conflict, and drive the ultimate fate of the Inquisition. Will you stop the cataclysmic anarchy gripping the Dragon Age?

Customer Reviews

Very enjoyable game, the characters are very well voiced and the companion quests and stories are quite good. The GOTY edition has just been released, not sure if ozgameshop will be getting it or not. If they do re stock the normal edition be aware that the GOTY version is currently selling for $89.99 on the origin store which includes all DLC and add on packs and upgrades, if you were to buy all these packs for the standard game they would cost around $89+ by themselves currently from the origin store, so not really worth buying the standard game anymore as it will cost you a lot extra if you are interested in getting all the packs.
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by Jacob on October 11th 2015

Very enjoyable game, the characters are very well voiced and the companion quests and stories are quite good. The GOTY edition has just been released, not sure if ozgameshop will be getting it or not. If they do re stock the normal edition be aware that the GOTY version is currently selling for $89.99 on the origin store which includes all DLC and add on packs and upgrades, if you were to buy all these packs for the standard game they would cost around $89+ by themselves currently from the origin store, so not really worth buying the standard game anymore as it will cost you a lot extra if you are interested in getting all the packs.

As a massive fan of Origins I was pretty disappointed with Dragon Age 2. Therefore in the leadup to Inquisition I was somewhat pessimistic about how this game would turn out. I'm pleased to say that Bioware has definitely improved on aspects of 2 with this game. My personal opinion is that they've still failed to live up to the standards set by the original game. The most noiticable change they've made is the expanded world to explore. Unlike in DA2 you won't be constantly revisiting the same areas with a few walls put up/knocked down. While the developers have given the player lost to do, unfortunately it all feels less important than in previous games. In Origins and DA2 I felt connected to the side quests and the outcomes of their stories. In Inquisition aside from companion quests there are very few decisions to make and most of the quests are basic fetch quests that feel like they belong in an MMO. This would be so bad if the combat were as satisfying as in Origins. The story is good (as you'd expect from Bioware) but short and returns to the more grand or epic scope of the original and being able to alter your companions equipment is a welcome return. Despite the criticisms I highlighted Inquisition is an enjoyable game with potentially hours of content an engaging story and interesting companions.
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by Nathan on March 9th 2015

As a massive fan of Origins I was pretty disappointed with Dragon Age 2. Therefore in the leadup to Inquisition I was somewhat pessimistic about how this game would turn out. I'm pleased to say that Bioware has definitely improved on aspects of 2 with this game. My personal opinion is that they've still failed to live up to the standards set by the original game. The most noiticable change they've made is the expanded world to explore. Unlike in DA2 you won't be constantly revisiting the same areas with a few walls put up/knocked down. While the developers have given the player lost to do, unfortunately it all feels less important than in previous games. In Origins and DA2 I felt connected to the side quests and the outcomes of their stories. In Inquisition aside from companion quests there are very few decisions to make and most of the quests are basic fetch quests that feel like they belong in an MMO. This would be so bad if the combat were as satisfying as in Origins. The story is good (as you'd expect from Bioware) but short and returns to the more grand or epic scope of the original and being able to alter your companions equipment is a welcome return. Despite the criticisms I highlighted Inquisition is an enjoyable game with potentially hours of content an engaging story and interesting companions.

this game is the bomb i praise it enough from the graphics to the game play. from the muiltiplayer to the storyline. the characters are so in-depth that they have more personality then half the people i know. the muiltiplayer itself is separate from the campaign so you done have to worry about spoilers.
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by Lucas on November 18th 2014

this game is the bomb i praise it enough from the graphics to the game play. from the muiltiplayer to the storyline. the characters are so in-depth that they have more personality then half the people i know. the muiltiplayer itself is separate from the campaign so you done have to worry about spoilers.

Having played all previous dragon age titles, one cannot grasp how excited I was at the announcement of inquisition. If they take dragon age back to its roots with its immersive story/lore, and tactical gameplay (instead of the boring hack n slash from dragon age 2), we have a serious contender here in the RPG genre. However, with EA in the mix, one cant just feel that tad bit scared about the overall development of the project. I hope to god this game lives up to its expectations and be the Dragon Age title we've all been waiting for.
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by Heimenarth on September 20th 2014

Having played all previous dragon age titles, one cannot grasp how excited I was at the announcement of inquisition. If they take dragon age back to its roots with its immersive story/lore, and tactical gameplay (instead of the boring hack n slash from dragon age 2), we have a serious contender here in the RPG genre. However, with EA in the mix, one cant just feel that tad bit scared about the overall development of the project. I hope to god this game lives up to its expectations and be the Dragon Age title we've all been waiting for.

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