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User Info: Links_Big_Key

Links_Big_Key
2 years ago#51
Day one purchase for me.
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User Info: r7gerrabbit

r7gerrabbit
2 years ago#52
On PC when the "GotY/Ultimate" version is released.
It's an EA game so it is inevitably going to have DLC everywhere. I'll just wait until the full version comes out.

If there is no version with all DLC included then I will not even consider it.
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User Info: Orestes417

Orestes417
2 years ago#53
It's not even the DLC that bugs me, it's the stupid ass Bioware points malarky.
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User Info: Bane766

Bane766
2 years ago#54
Part 2 was so bad I'm not touching this series again. Also EA.
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User Info: No_Mega

No_Mega
2 years ago#55
After Dragon Age 2, I'm going to sit this out. While I do expect this to be better, I think this is going to fit too much into the traditional Bioware mold of storytelling and "gamey" mechanics.

I'll wait for The Witcher 3, Pillars of Eternity, or Torment instead.

User Info: LaManoNeraII

LaManoNeraII
2 years ago#56
If I did, it would be on a PC with Xbone controller. Still not sold on it, though. Looks kind of boring TBQH. I guess it's because they keep showing the boring ass mage
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User Info: ComradeRyan

ComradeRyan
2 years ago#57
Dragon Age: Inquisition Gameplay Features - Combat: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oYZw98f58Xo
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User Info: noimnoturdaddy

noimnoturdaddy
2 years ago#58
HighOnPhazon posted...
EAware has fooled me already with DA2 and ME 3.

Not going to happen again.

This. Anyone who was burned by those releases and gets DA:I for *any* reason is just contributing to the ever-worsening state of the AAA videogame industry... and since this'll be a AAA title with an EA marketting budget, that's exactly what's going to happen.

Yippee for consistent dilution.
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User Info: macheteman

macheteman
2 years ago#59
noimnoturdaddy posted...
HighOnPhazon posted...
EAware has fooled me already with DA2 and ME 3.

Not going to happen again.

This. Anyone who was burned by those releases and gets DA:I for *any* reason is just contributing to the ever-worsening state of the AAA videogame industry... and since this'll be a AAA title with an EA marketting budget, that's exactly what's going to happen.

Yippee for consistent dilution.

So....if DA:I turns out to be a decent game, anyone who buys it is "contributing to the ever-worsening state of the industry"?

Do you even read the stuff you type?

If the game is good, people should buy it. If the game is average, the people that enjoy that kind of game should still probably get it. If the game is bad, it probably shouldn't be bought. But the game isn't even out. So all this "I refuse to ever buy this game" crap is absolutely ridiculous.

The fact that people are refusing to purchase un-released games of decent franchises speaks volumes to the type of mentality that these zealots currently have. Game is good = buy. Game is bad = don't buy. Simple.

User Info: noimnoturdaddy

noimnoturdaddy
2 years ago#60
@machete If a company builds up brand loyalty only to intentionally gut it and use their fanbase as an ATM once, they'll do it again. DA2 was an intentionally rushed cash-in, so yes, buying DA:I even if it's decent is telling them they can get away with boning their fans every now and then for easy cash, as long as they make a decent game every now and then it's alright.

That mentality absolutely contributes to a declining quality in AAA games - if people only supported companies that made quality titles and offered recourse when they messed up, things would be better. Don't be so short-sighted.
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