Dragon Age III: Inquisition

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  1. kreegor

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    Instead of killing the demon destroy the pillars that are around it. I think there is 5 of them.
     
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    i have to get back into this game LOL

    so i better stop buying new games just to get through my back log with DA:I, dying light, RE:HD Remaster....so many zombie games!
     
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    That's what i did, but it's glitched and it's now invincible won't take damage... i think i'll have to start the area from the start again... *sigh*. Every now and then when getting near that area, i get a "cutscene" that fades to black with solas mentioning something about the quest.

    OH WELL!
     
  4. kreegor

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    That sucks! I made it a habit to save quite often in this game just in case. I didn't really come across any game breaking glitches though.
     
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    I finished the game before they fixed the bug that didnt allow you to do Solas's personal quest line :(

    I did one where his friend was summoned by some asshats but thats it :(
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    I made sweet love to the Ambassador and then started playing Diablo 3 and Guild Wars 2 again. Cbf'd to finish DA3. Which reminds me that's also what happened in DA2 lol. I never played to the end.
     
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    DA3 was a smidge too padded out but worth finishing, DA2 was a bag of shit.
     
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    That's what i'm stuck on. I did save often, it's foobared in all of the recent saves.

    I'll have to start from beginning to ensure it's done properly though.
     
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    So I took up the 6 hour free trial of DA:I only to find it only lasts 3 lol nice one EA.

    It doesn't matter I knew I'd end up buying the game, I was hooked in the first hour, but thought it was a little ridiculous to offer 6 hours and only give 3, even origin recognizes the game's only been played for 3 hours.
     
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    Just getting into this now, left it sitting there on Origin since release really.

    Really enjoyable! Can see many hours sinking into this. Pretty simple dynamics, at the start anyway, great visuals, intuitive interface and plenty to do and feel immersed in it. :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah I sunk hundreds of hours into this. I really enjoyed exploring the world, there is heaps going on.
     
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    Yeah i dropped ~90 hours into the game.
    Great stuff with great characters.

    The depth might not be there for some hardcore fans, but i found it the perfect balance of action and RPG.
     
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    I only started a little while ago too. Really good game, visuals are outstanding. Its mind blowing to play this after playing DA2. DA2 literally has about 5% of the content of this game.
     
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    I really enjoyed this game but yeah, it's no Origins.
     
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    Origins was too much for me.
    Couldnt get into it (tried twice).

    Might give it a whack over xmas if i have sometime. Although Fallout 4 might be taking my time :Paranoid:
     
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    Origins is definitely more closely aligned to traditional RPG, Inquisition has a lot more action and is more accessible, good thing though is now you can play Origins with all it's DLC.

    I skipped 2, it just made me angry that they ruined something so awesome.

    I spent well over 100 hours on Origins, it's a big game :thumbup:
     
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    Yeah, i went into it not expecting the insane depth.

    Ill go back to it eventually i hope, although i think the graphical fidelity might be a little jarring compared to Inquisition.
     
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    I think it still holds up "ok", but yeah it's no Frosbite - dat engine. :)

    I actually had 2 runs at Origins, I'm kind of glad I didn't play it through fully on my first play as the second time around I played the DLC'd up version.
     
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    Agreed. Origins was first class. I loved that game! I was hoping for a similar feel in Inquisition but also found it too actiony. Still loved it though.
     
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    Been really enjoying Dragon Age: Inquisition on XBox1S since it was offered digitally for ~AUD$10 or something a few months ago.

    Might've played a Dragon Age game on PC several years ago, honestly can't remember heh.

    This on Xbox is pretty sweet though – very polished, most graphics look wonderful through a somewhat aged 50" Plasma TV; the gameplay, quests, mechanics etc. are all enjoyable, though the relationship stuff could be more bawdy with more nudity etc.

    Oh, I see ABC Good Game's Bajo & Hex game it 10/10 & Game of the Year in 2014.. Nice!

    Very well worth the cheap price!
     

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