Dragon Age: Inquisition invites you to decide who your heroic Inquisition leader is: a saviour sent by the Maker, a pragmatic disbeliever, or a sleazy flirt who spends more time macking on her advisors than closing demonic sky holes. I aim for a flavourful blend of all the above in Show of the Week, featuring five Inquisitor chat-up lines that shouldn't work but, encouragingly, do.
Your reckless horndogging is set into a plot of suitably vast and apocalyptic scale, in which every faction ever referenced in Dragon Age gets a go in a grand battle of good versus evil. It makes a satisfying contrast to the modest drama and smaller ambitions of Dragon Age 2.
The twist for Dragon Age is you playing the head of an increasingly powerful religious order, instead of just an accidental underdog hero, and Dragon Age: Inquistion pulls it off nicely, balancing open-world adventure with bossing people around from your stately keep.
In the field, your Inquisitor leads your party on expeditions through enormous open-world regions of Thedas, in which intricate, handcrafted maps make exploration absorbing and rewarding.
Back at base, you have work to do dispatching agents on Inquisition business at the war table, crafting better equipment, and developing your fortress HQ.
Here you will also find your followers hanging out between trips, discover their various chequered pasts and tragic backstories, and try to get them to make out with you. Please observe my success with Dragon Age: Inquisition companions Blackwall, Sera, Cullen, Dorian and Joesphine, such as it is, in the video above.
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Sorry guys but birds can have rabies as well, additionally, we have managed to infect reptilian cell cultures with the rabies virus so we're very close to having the technology that will one day realize Andy's dream of rabid alligator ownership.
I like Dragonage but I will say I don't enjoy BioWare's romances that much. Especially Mass Effect where its supposed to be a "military" fantasy space game. Yeah you aren't really doing much military stuff when your so busy romancing every alien or talking to fans and reporters. This is why I like the Halo series for my military space fantasy. Little more action, only about 1 romance if you count the rubbish ODST story.
Yes you literally were. Did you play the game? To continue unlocking the main quests you had to have a certain amounts of power. Which meant you *had* to do the shit, collect-this-much-of-this, put-flowers-on-a-grave, light-a-candle, fetch-the-golden-halla side quests.
This is one of my favorite channels, so why should I not watch their weekly show only because a segment of it is on vastly overrated game , in a game *series* I used to love, and by what would still call my favorite developer? Doesn't mean, I'm not going to be critical and disagree.
you literally are not forced to do anything in this game. nor were you forced to come to this channel, or a video about a game that you think is " 'Tediously working through asinine content, and pretty much forced to do so because power'".
I like dragon age inqusition I really do but after playing origins dlc awakening and 2, I'd rather go for the witcher 3 a dark fantasy with the dodge hit mash combat sustem thn thr tacticl overview both games are good in thr own way but ive had my fil of dragon ages side
Hey guys, I'm a big fan of your channel and I know you guys would surely struggle to think of new ideas for your "Best, Worst and Weirdest" playlist. So, I wanted to make a suggestion. I thought a list of potential Assassin's Creed locations for future games would be really cool. What with Unity and Rogue just being released, it'd be great timing. For example, World War 2, an Industrial Revolution London or America set in the sixties or seventies with a Mafia 2 vibe. Even a future game would be amazing, although I'm not sure how they'd tie it into the story line. Maybe a software update for the Animus allowing them to travel further into the genes of a subject? Anyway, I'm sure you guys have got a handle on it. I look forward to your next video. ☺️
Isn't it lucky that green stuff stuck to your hand? Imagine having to get your nether regions every time you need to close a giant gaping hole, all because a massive portal hasn't got good aim when it comes to bestowing magic upon someone.
All that fine ass after Inquisitor Jane has me wondering on the exact nature of the 'magic', ahem, in that hand. Though she should make sure it isn't transmittable or she'll have to start wearing a glove.
It makes me happy that Jane is an equal opportunist flirter! I'm playing my Inquisitor full lady-homo (just like I am irl) so my "official" target is Sera but I can't resist flirting with Cassandra or Vivienne because I can. Apparently my Inquisitor and I both can't stop ourselves when there's a pretty lady about.
+jordino60 Nah thats no worries I kind of guessed that would be the case (I've had the big bad spoiled for me so I'm not worried). I'm really excited to get there though but the hinterlands keep dragging me back ;)
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