Dragon Age: Inquisition Crack/Patch

Dragon Age: Inquisition Select and lead a group of characters into harrowing battles against a myriad 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 acolytes engage at your side, or switch to tactical view to coordinate lethal offensives using the combined might of your party. Observe the tangible, visible results of your journey through a living world – build structures, customize outposts, and change the landscape itself as environments are re-honed in the wake of your Inquisition. Helm a party chosen from nine unique, fully-realized characters – each of whom react to your actions and choices differently, crafting complex relationships both with you and with each other. Create your own character from multiple races, customize their appearance, and amalgamate their powers and abilities as the game progresses. Enhanced customization options allow you to pick everything from the color of your follower’s boots to the features of your Inquisition stronghold. Become a change agent in a time of uncertainty and upheaval. Shape the course of your empires, bring war or peace to factions in conflict, and drive the ultimate fate of the Inquisition. Will you bring an end to the cataclysmic anarchy gripping the Dragon Age? [Electronic Arts]

Download Dragon Age: Inquisition Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 87 / 100
User rating
6
Downloads 33439
Genre PC-style RPG, Role-Playing, General, Action RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / BioWare

Dragon Age: Inquisition reviews ( 7 )

DragonKnight, Nov 18, 2014

In my opinion, this is the best RPG in the modern gaming world. Excellent work, Bioware. Under the glorious enlightenment and guidance from EA, a game publisher with precise long-term vision in future game development, Bioware finally manages to make a RPG suitable for everyone, but not just a game accessible only to a minority of hardcore RPG players. DA: Origins is an old-school and medicore game only appealing to a tiny market niche. DA II breaks the medicority, and introduces the popular mass effect decision tree and button-mashing mechanics, which attracts tons of Call Of Duty (COD) and action gamers around the world, contributing to its great success. However, it still suffers from a linear and small game world, and repetitive dungeons. DA: Inquisition evolves from its predecessors by combining the best elements of 2 popular RPGs in modern era. It adopts the sandbox open world, lightweight RPG perspective and enormous fetch quest system from the highly praised Elder Scroll Skyrim, as well as the popular decision tree mechanism and the combat elements from another Bioware's master piece, Mass Effects 3. By having a cohesive reasonance of 2 best elements from 2 outstanding RPGs, and adding tons of creative elements, this game simply becomes one larger than the sum of all parts. You have a large world to explore, tons of item collection and FedEx quests to play with, and the best button mashing mechanics to finish off your opponents. Skyrim and this game is great because they both remove the annoying character stat building mechanism. Stat is now only granted from equipment, how amazing and creative, isn't it? In addition, this game adopts the perfect RPG gaming style of Skyrim, i.e. explore first, just forget the plot, which removes player's frustration to recall memory about the main quest and story line. This is just like a great and sincere invitation to all COD fans and action gamers, as well as any potential causal gamers. It caters for the taste of all gamers around the world via greatly enhancing its accessibility. It is a master of everything rather than a jerk of all trade. This is a game for everyone! You may worry about that the return of the old-school tactical view from the mediocre DA:Origins may ruin your fantastic game play experience. Don't worry about that, it is just implemented for those hardcore players for their happiness in pausing the game all the time, breaking the pace of combat. This game can be handled easily by controlling your own character only under an action game style. The tactics setting of companion is simplified to an user friendly level for further accessibility. In contrast to DA: Origins, you can’t set up some complicated tactics for your companions, but this is unnecessary anyway. Friendly fire is disabled by default, so just forget your companions, and let them either fight or fall. You can handle fights easily by charging upfront and having high reflex in right timing of attack, dodge and button mashing. You can enjoy a fluid flow of combat all the time! Overall, by removing the complexity and annoyance from old-school RPG, adding the best elements from 2 most famous modern RPGs, and introducing an exciting button mashing combat mechanics to the game, this game has reached the highest height of RPGs that none in the world could ever reach. This is a milestone of RPG development, and should be referred to in future development of RPGs. Today is an important day that marks the beginning of revolution in RPG history! A new era of RPG has come! From now on, we can step forwards and forget about all classic RPGs in the old-school days. Everyone, express your praise and gratitude towards our beloved developers, and join us to have fun in this master piece of art now! In case if there are expansions or sequels for this gift from god, which are highly probable considering how successful this game is, we really hope that first-person shooting mode, QTEs and the mechanism of climbing tower to reveal map can be implemented. This will further induces passion from every gamers, because these elements are universally regarded by every gamer as the best features that have ever existed in shooter and action games! By the way, I am looking forwards to see at least 1000 DLCs for this game, because its scope is so huge, and with so much potential to further expand on. Don't keep us waiting, our wallets are ready! We hope that our beloved developers will listen to our suggestion and request, and release the DLCs and expansions ASAP for us. ;)

tim22988, Jan 15, 2015

I've never written a game review on MC before but I decided to create an account and write one for this game. First off this game is the 2014 game of the year which discredits most of these horrible, ignorant, whinny user reviews I've been reading for the game on here so far. After over 60 hours of game play I can say that this is by far the best RPG I have played in a long time (not 1 single crash or game breaking bug). DA Inquisition is another Bioware game I purchased that was worth it's weight in gold. I read all these bad reviews and can't help but say to myself "get a gaming controller for pc." Yes playing with mouse and keyboard is annoying and the controls are Bonky to say the least. Spend a little bit of cash to grab a PC gaming controller and this game is absolutely phenomenal. I loved DA Origins and I feel this game is equally as good if not better. Great story, fun dialog, fun quests, great crafting, Great cut scenes, Awesome fighting, Amazing character customization and many more great components. I felt that I could really get into my character and immerse myself in a fantasy world within the dragon age universe (even more so then the previous DA's). Bottom line: If you loved origins, you have a gaming controller or are looking to purchase one, and you're not a whinny Cheetos eating "I hate the world and everything in it" type... You'll love this game and it's Role playing elements. I'd buy it two more times over if I had to and still love it.

leithe, Dec 9, 2014

I've invested more than 150 hours in the game and it has been a great experience. It's gorgeous, there are lore bombs going off everywhere, and the world is so lush. I completed every quest other than the choose this or that in the main story line, and am going for round two to pick other options immediately. Playing in the world, I truly felt free to explore to my heart's content. As someone who rides horses, their implementation of horse riding is so satisfyingly realistic and made me really happy. Personally, I experienced no glitches on my play through on PC. Overall, I think DA: I is a great addition to the Dragon Age series.

sedoi, Dec 3, 2014

This game robs everything that made DA special and replaces it with generic quests and generic characters. Sadly I don't see much of a future for a franchise after it. It just fails to deliver on almost everything except visuals. Combat feels to repetitive and boring, while whole leveling system and upgrading is to blown out of proportions and feels more like time-waster than clever made system. In the end i don't think i give it anything aside 5/10. That is NOT DA game. It's just generic MMO with DA references slapped on top of it.

PhobosAres, Nov 19, 2014

Do not buy this game. It is a abomination and there needs to be a consumer inquisition that puts EA to justice for destroying yet another great video game studio. EA will continue to do this terrible conduct of business, so long as they get enough hype on the market and continually grab fan bases from recently acquired studios. This is a disgusting mockery of what true capitalism stood for. DA:I doesn't follow Dragon Age Origins nostalgia at all. It is basically a glorified DA:2 with simplified controls. The only real good area are the graphics, but even those are poor to my standards. RIP Bioware. The story isn't even that appealing, it has drastically changed and offered no decent story bridges from DA:O. Plus, you need Origins to run this software, because EA doesn't like to share their games with other software distribution services. Typical self-serving attitude of a giant like EA. The question is: How much longer will people allow EA to suck in their favorite franchise and then burn it out into ash? I gave it 3 stars instead of 0, because the Graphics and Voice acting seem to be the only good thing about this game.. Everything else is a insult to what Bioware stood for, and what they created.

fonglet, Nov 27, 2014

Game had some huge flaws and was nothing like the dragon age I have come to love. THE BIGGEST FLAW. Camera is impossibly zoomed in so you can't do top down tactical combat without huge frustration. Needs to be able to zoom out 3 times more. The action based fighting means hold left click to kill enemies while essentially ignoring positioning and skills. Characters don't auto attack when you take control of them so multi managing your party is hair puzzlingly impossible. All the classes are simplified and skill trees leave you with very little meaningful choice, might as well set to auto level. All in all this game had great graphics and a pretty fun storyline. However as it is currently released the combat is the worst experience you will ever have. The side quests and enemies are boring and repetitive. If you're looking for a horrible skyrim this is it. Otherwise don't waste your money.

mikhailmaldonag, Aug 19, 2017

Controls are broken. game is a bad port. If you expect a Dragon Age, do not buy this game. If you expect a Skyrim, do not buy this game. If you expect a typical BioWare game, do not buy this game. If you expect a good RPG, do not buy this game.