Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
The trainer of Cal is amazing and it is not the only game who need his attention. Don't complicate his work with your request please. Because after you will have an other request and other again. It is not the only game who CH have take care. Simplify their work here and they work most quick or more easy on the other game.
You have all options necessary with this game.
Unless you want to pay $49.99 just to be able to unlock the other multiplayer characters.
I wouldn't mind playing multiplayer if EA didn't force their microtransactions on top of it = /
Have you guys even tried out the multiplayer? It's a grindfest lol
PS. thank you Cal and Pwizz for your continues work on always having Trainers avail for us gamers. 10/10
[Edited by ReeO, 11/20/2014 3:34:30 PM]
I had the same problem. It took me a minute to figure out that it only works for looting objects that only give gold. And it takes a few seconds to register the amount to your inventory. Plus, FYI, turn it off afterwards or you will crash your game.
Yeah, it's the same insanely grindy garbage that was ME3's multiplayer.
Not to say that the multiplayer isn't fun, because just like with ME3 I'm having far more fun with the multiplayer than the campaign.
It's just ridiculous how they set up the unlock system... again. But they want people to throw hundreds of dollars at it to have a miniscule chance of unlocking something.
I hit it, and got 99 of everything. I turned it off, and sold all my mats to a vendor so I could buy them back, as the instructions say. But when I went to the buyback screen, none of the materials were there. And when I looked at my inventory, it was still showing 99 of everything.
I tried actually crafting with something I knew I didn't have enough of, and it let me put the materials in the slots, but when I hit craft nothing gets made, I have to cancel out.
Is the code supposed to be on or off when you're selling everything?
So I tried it again, keeping the cheat on when selling... didn't work. Tried it a third time as I did the first, and it worked fine. Not sure what happened. But I guess it's working for now.
[Edited by LordBlade, 11/20/2014 4:10:19 PM]
Perk points doesnt really matter how much you have. Power is the issue since power directly effects and unlocks quests you are suppose to do and not to do at certain time. Increased power then messing up with things and story very much.
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