If high fantasy and slaying demons are your thing, then Dragon Age: Inquisition is the game for you. The massive action role-playing game will take you between 150 to 200 hours to complete every task, depending on how meticulous you are in your quest. Speaking with Polygon, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee stated “[they're] just making more. More and more and more. And it’s all entirely up to the player. It’s your world, your game. We want to give our players a real world to explore – we want to give them a BioWare story.” Inquisition’s main story takes about 20 or 25 hours to complete, once again depending on how quickly you play. “That’s what we do, and it normally takes 20 to 40 hours anyway to tell the story we want to tell”, continued Lee. “People could burn through it and just do the main path, but we wanted to have a world that’s fully immersive and well-defined for you to explore, discover and get involved in. We want you to see you decision have an impact and take shape in the world,” Lee added. Published by Electronic Arts and developed by BioWare, Dragon Age Inquisition fuses elements of both earlier games in the series -- Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age II -- with new ones, featuring larger environments that offer much more opportunity for exploration than before. You can play as a human, dwarf, or elf just like in Dragon Age Origins, as well as a Qunari for the first time ever. As always, you can choose your gender -- male or female -- and customize your character in a multitude of ways. More so than ever, combat focus on your ability to prepare, position, and form a cohesive team with your party members, requiring better thinking but fewer repetitive finger strikes. Tactical view makes returns in Dragon Age Inquisition and on all platforms the game is available for, whereas before it was featured exclusively on the PC version of Dragon Age: Origins. Dragon Age Inquisition is playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
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