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What you'll be doing in your 150 hours of Dragon Age: Inquisition

At EA's Gamescom's press conference, BioWare's Aaryn Flynn said that in testing, a recent completionist playthrough of Dragon Age: Inquisition clocked in at 150 hours. That's a mighty big number, even for a Western role-playing game, so we checked in with producer Cameron Lee to see just what would...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition combat trailer burninates the countryside

A new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn't offer new info on the game's combat, but it's encouraging to see BioWare focus on the level of strategy offered by its real-time-with-pausing system. To see more combat in action, watch our new video preview which comes with even more dragon - tha...

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Video preview: Nobody expects the Dragon Age: Inquisition

EA and BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition would like to go big and go home when it launches this November - which is to say it's getting ready to show off environments much larger than those seen in previous Dragon Age games, and it would very much like for you to buy it and take it home. The shel...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition delayed to November

Dragon Age: Inquisition will launch on November 18 in North America, a delay from the previous launch date of October 7, Executive Producer Mark Darrah announced today. In Europe, Inquisition will now launch on November 21. "We appreciate the enormous support we've received from all of you to ge...

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DA: Inquisition meets up with old friends, gives them orders in 13 minutes of gameplay

Dragon Age: Inquisition Creative Director Mike Laidlaw is back with more gameplay footage of BioWare's upcoming fantasy epic, and this time the eye candy is story-flavored. Mmm. While Laidlaw's last walkthrough in the lands of Thedas was focused primarily on combat - including a battle with a ...

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Dragon Age Inquisition: Eight romances, no deadly war hounds

Following a lengthy Raptr Q&A session hosted by the developers of Dragon Age: Inquisition, we've learned a number of new things about BioWare's upcoming roleplaying epic. While combat has been expanded to add new abilities and spells, and to grant the use of bows to all rogues, fans should n...

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Enjoy 16 minutes of Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay

Dragon Age: Inquisition Creative Director Mike Laidlaw takes us through 16 minutes of the game's E3 demo, wherein one super-cool dude with horns and a magic staff walks through some beautiful scenery, an aerobic lady with a bow and arrow takes out some baddies, and a hulking guy with a giant ax...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition gains a die-hard bard with Leliana

Leliana, the Orlesian bard-turned-assassin who made her debut in Dragon Age: Origins, will return to face down the series' flying, fire-breathing reptiles in Dragon Age: Inquisition. It's not clear whether Leliana will join the player-controlled Inquisitor as a party member, but the game's profile...

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Dragon Age gets Dorian, a gay guy with a 'stache of magic

BioWare writer David Gaider believes his personally penned Dragon Age character, Dorian, may be "controversial in some corners," but "a fully realized character to fans in the end." Dorian, a gay mage from Tevinter, joins the cast of Dragon Age: Inquisition having rejected the ruling hierarchy of h...

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Mess with DA: Inquisition's Iron Bull, you get Freddie Prinze Jr.

Freddie Prinze Jr. will voice the Qunari mercenary known as Iron Bull in BioWare's upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition, Game Informer reports. While it may seem strange to hear an actor known for rom-com She's All That and the live-action Scooby-Doo movie behind the lips of a big and burly killin...

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