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BioWare listens to their fans. When we visited the studio for the latest cover story, the development team made it clear that a lot of their audience enjoyed the more tactical approach to combat from Dragon Age: Origins. While BioWare wouldn't confirm the return of the tactical view from that game, creative director Mike Laidlaw and executive produce Mark Darrah are pushing for more strategic encounters in Inqusition. We spoke with Laidlaw and Darrah about their vision for the next iteration of combat in the series, and senior gameplay designer Josh Stiksma showed off some pre-alpha footage.
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I don't care what all the clowns in these videos say. I'm not touching this game until well after release. Even then maybe not at all.
i want sten and shale to make an appearance.
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This is one of my all time favorite games I have played all the games and DLC several times and I can not wait until this comes out
I like it so far, but i need to have a controller to know if I love it.
I am not really sure about the combat system yet...
what make me really mad about this game is that morrigan won't be a playable character they say that she will be important to the plot, but she just will be a background character more or less like Theresa from (Fable 2) where she is important but not playable anyway a really hope they reconsider that.
(Anders-Justice,ermm... Vengeance?)+ Ser pounce-a-lot= Me buying this game.
To be honest, Im going to buy this game no matter what.
whether it is like a "Tales of", or "Final Fantasy", Skyrim, Devil May Cry, or "Dragon's Dogma" fighting style or fight system (weird "not-turned" based, somewhat turn based, hack and slash, button smash, complicated, or no turns and climb onto enemies) I will buy this game. Even if it was a combo of all.
I liked the combat in Dragon Age 2...