Dragon Age: Inquisition is big and meaty, but it’s nothing our crew can’t chew up. Come join us as we dish on Inquisition, share out thoughts on the greater Dragon Age franchise, and have a spirited discussion about having relations with fictional characters. Featuring Richard Naik, Sinan Kubba, Michael “Mac” Cunningham, and Kate “Swords & Shields” Cox.
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That’s so disappointing, but thanks very much for the response.
Haki, I just finished the game and I have to say that after mostly enjoying DA:I for 80+ hours, the ending was a huge let-down. Not only is there very little “story-driven gameplay” after you recruit Mages or Templars until the last missions, but looking back there is very little story at all and it barely involves your Inquisitor who becomes even more passive and almost useless for the narrative. It turns out that the plot of “Inquisition” isn’t at all about the Inquisition but… something else. I am also disappointed that the podcast didn’t really address this problem, maybe… Read more »
Big DA fan here. I listened to this podcast with great interest and it disturbs me that story elements were barely a part of the discussion and only emerged as topics incidentally. I hope that doesn’t mean BioWare has gone so far down the path of meaningless, context-less, aimless open-world fetching and wandering that story no longer even seems worthy of discussion. I’m among those who spent a long time grinding in the Hinterlands but I finally moved on to recruiting the Mages and was rewarded with what I considered some pretty engaging story-driven gameplay during that quest. I’m hoping… Read more »