InBlack wrote on Nov 26, 2015, 09:48:
SlimRam wrote on Nov 26, 2015, 09:13:
InBlack wrote on Nov 26, 2015, 02:11:
Xero wrote on Nov 25, 2015, 21:32:
I wish Dragon Age Inquisition was on Steam. It's on sale for 14.99 which is awesome but I absolutely hate Origin and anything to do with EA.
EA would have to pay me to install and play Dragon Age Inquisition.
Is the game supposed to be bad? I honestly haven't read anything about it but I figured I might pick it up at some point.
It all depends. As you can see a lot of people here enjoyed DA:I. I for one took a few looks at some let's play videos and quickly decided the game was not for me. I am not a fan of MMO style gameplay in a single player game. The UI and tactical (pause?) interface looked like a nightmare too. I am however getting very picky and choosy with my games because I have so little time to play them lately, and this is doubly true for RPGs.
I bought DA:I and installed Origin specifically to play the game. I'm not a fan of locking down a game to a single platform, and I haven't been a fan of EA's business practices and customer treatment for years. So I played DA:I, it was ok. It got really repetitive about halfway through. I wasn't a fan of the skill system, and I'm not a fan of having every class locked into certain roles, and having loot drop that only fit those roles and classes. Everything felt really limited, despite the huge world. Anyhow, got bored about halfway through, rushed to finish the game and uninstalled Origin. If I could get certain Origin titles on Steam or GOG or something, I'd buy them, but a game is going to have to be pretty special for me to install Origin again.