Dragon Age III: Inquisition Discussion
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I played DA II through until the battle with the Arishok. I encountered a bug that held his health at the bottom and he never faltered beyond that point. In fact, I am fairly certain there is a post on this site of me looking for tips to bypass the issue... someone did provide the solution, but by that time I had moved on and have never really looked back. I played one sex/class combination in the sequel and I never finished.
It was too bad really, I thought... and really still do think that the game had immense potential. I just think that the story line was so thin I never became as attached to the PCs or NPCs like I did with the first. I also felt that there was no real direction to the title as if each and every quest felt like it was never taking you in any particular direction. I'm not even certain that makes sense... but ultimately it just failed to draw me in as I had anticipated.
I am really hoping this one will be more engaging than the last. It looks great, and I am hopeful that they have focused more diligence in the quality of story, content (quests and side quests alike), and stability of the title. As I said, I have already paid for it... so I am going to keep an open mind lest I waste $60.
Here's to hopin' it's worth every penny and more.
I did not find myself particularly annoyed with the dialogues in DA: O. Admittedly though, I notice that most people do not enjoy a game when it practically has a movie contained within it. I have always felt that a well scripted and well directed story-line can really improve a game in my opinion. Conversely of course, a game can instantly be ripped to shreds if so much as one voice actor is awkward or one line is extremely poor or shameful. The next thing you know every movie sequence is akin to nails on a chalkboard.
Good call on the DA decision though madatcheats. Far Cry has been a great series, but from what I've seen thus far their is no contest. I should state that I never do demos though. I strictly limit myself to vids, screenshots, and an occasional early review. Most often, I really just read about the game's concept and go from there on whether or not I'll pick it up and try. The big downside to that approach... lot's of sequel titles bought blindly!!!
Btw, by 'extended demo' I meant the ripped -version that has plagued the internet for several days now.
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