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10 new screenshots for Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age Inquisition

Website All Games Beta has managed to acquire 10 new screenshots of BioWare’s upcoming fantasy RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game, being developed on the ever-lovely Frostbite engine, is certainly looking good – as you’ll see when you hit the jump and take a leisurely gander through the collection of screenshots.

There are dragons, and some rubble, and zombies, and a small person fighting a dragon with something that looks like a lightsaber but probably isn’t actually a lightsaber. There’s also a dwarf with a crossbow who (I am told) is an important character from previous games. Having never played a Dragon Age I’ll have to just accept that information on face value. That being said, these screenshots are making me question the merit of my deciding not to give this series a go.

Source: All Games Beta

  • Alex Rowley

    Looks so good.

  • http://www.facebook.com/pages/Wesley-Fick/184346154999538 Wesley Fick

    Tesselated dragon is tesselated. Looks pretty good.

  • XCal1bur

    Still my most anticipated game for the year.
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    And Oh my word i can’t believe you haven’t given at least Dragon Age Origins a go. It’s one of the view RPG’s I’ve actually replayed to the end completely more than a handful of times to see the different endings and how people react differently to the different characters you can choose from; and playing those origin stories…. they said people don’t remember plot, well I remember Dragon Age’s plot pretty damn well.

    • ToshZA

      Oddly enough I played and didn’t enjoy DA:O. Because of that, I never played DA2.

      I am however waiting for this release. DA:I looks much better than all previous games, both in visuals and gameplay. So, looking forward to seeing what the reviews and general public say about it.

      • XCal1bur

        Yeah, I have to admit, Origins didn’t have the best visuals, which takes away from the immensity of the things happening. But if story is important to someone, and the choice to how it plays out, then the DA series has much to offer.

        • ToshZA

          Don’t mistake me, graphics in the first were perfect for its time. It’s the story and gameplay that had me bored towards the end. Honestly, I finished it, but I had no inclination to play it again, nor did I really enjoy the last few hours of game. Idk, it wasn’t great for me at all. It was like a more shallow version of NWN2, which I still have installed, and play from time to time.

          • XCal1bur

            Neverwinter nights 2, man I have to agree with you. I always enjoy that game. What were your opinions on the expansions for that game? That third one never drew my attention, I didn’t play past the first two hours of it. But I finished the second expansion and the main game more than once. (I miss having a keep to find resources for and upgrade it quite heftily.) I remember Dragon age Origin’s expansion tried that with a keep, but they didn’t push the boundaries so it felt really superficial.
            At least Dragon Age Inquisition looks like we can make big things happen and upgrade keeps like we want, can’t wait.

          • ToshZA

            Is the third one where you start off on a ship, or the one where the map is interactive and you have to walk on it? I loved the one where you walk on the map – added another level of gameplay that really just made me happy. The ship one I’ve never gotten past the first area really. didn’t interest me. To be honest though, I spend an hour or so building my character before even starting a game, so yeah.

          • XCal1bur

            Yeah the ship one. The storm of Zephyr. I spent as much time on the boat or more and got onto the beach and to the first town before losing interesting and going back to the first expansion and the main game. (Sorry I got my story a bit wrong, the first expansion was Mask of the betrayer -which I enjoyed quite a lot- the one where you have that hunger, but it still has cinematic cutscenes as you talk-. The Second expansion was storm of Zephyr which started on the boat- but the whole everything is in text put me off-. I never played the third expansion, Mysteries of Westgate, but if it went back to what was great in the base game and first expansion I would actually try to acquire it.)
            May I ask what you mean by walk on the map? Was it Mysteries of Westgate? Because I can’t remember that….

          • ToshZA

            The westgate one yeah. It’s quite fun, there’s a new map dynamic. Instead of just using the locations you’ve visited and click to travel, you actually walk on the map to travel between places. You can discover caves and hidden quests and monsters or friendlies on the map itself – as well as establish trade routes to different cities.

          • XCal1bur

            Sounds fun. I’ll be sure to sniff it out.

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