REVIEW: DRAGON AGE INQUISITION
Last week, I bought the next game in the Dragon Age series, Inquisition.
In the game, your completely customisable character is at the centre of quite a disturbance in their fictional world. After a hole opens up in the sky, which demons start falling through, it comes to pass that you are the only person who can stop it.
The game is highly immersive. I have been playing through the story, as well as the many side quests that appear. Before the game even begins, you get to customise your character and choose their race. You can choose between a human, an elf, a dwarf or a qunari, a seven foot tall, horned beast, which is the race that I chose. You can change your character’s ears, chin, eyes and even the Adam’s apple.
I think that the graphics are of good quality when you think of the size of the game. There are some points where the game doesn’t look exactly realistic but I haven’t encountered any glitches or bugs. Obviously, the graphics are not as good as games such as Assassin’s Creed but they are still relatively good.
Overall, I wouldn’t say that Dragon Age is the game of the year (that should, in my opinion, go to Shadow of Mordor) but is still a must-play game!
MY SCORE: 8/10