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Origin Black Friday arrives early: $15 Inquisition, $12 Hardline

Even some Steam key deals too!
Nov 24
// Dealzon
Black Friday for PC Gamers has begun with Origin launching the first salvo of discounts. Now through November 30 (Cyber Monday), get up to 75% off hundreds of titles and DLC packs. For the most part, Origin has discounts on E...
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$20 Hardline and Dragon Age: Inquisition in Origin Halloween sale

But Fallout 4 is coming out soon...
Oct 28
// Dealzon
Well, if you have all the time in the world to play large RPGs this winter, Dragon Age: Inquisition is now at a new low price on Origin (the PC physical DVD version was $20 a few months ago). That is, if a certain other ...
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Dragon Age

What a shock, Dragon Age: Inquisition - Game of the Year Edition is coming

All DLC, not all of the platforms
Sep 23
// Joe Parlock
Trespasser, the final DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, has been out for just over a month now. Fans have played through it, and are left in the limbo of not knowing what to do without Varric’s tender embrace. So I&rsqu...
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60% off Dragon Age: Inquisition, Battlefield 4, and Hardline in Origin "Action Sale"

Last hurrah and all that
Sep 09
// Dealzon
Origin is clearing out digital inventory (because it takes up so many 1s and 0s) and taking 60% off Dragon Age: Inquisition along with Battlefield 4 Premium Edition. If you don't have either of these games, they're both ...

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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition's DLC epilogue is called Trespasser

Plus, Golden Nugs for all!
Aug 30
// Josh Tolentino
Dragon Age: Inquisition isn't even a year old yet, but for some reason it feels like it's been forever since it came out. I played it, had a gay old time with my slender elven Knight-Enchanter, finished the story, then settl...
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EA Access

Dragon Age: Inquisition is free with EA Access

Still only on Xbox One
Aug 05
// Jordan Devore
EA Access continues to be a surprisingly good value for Xbox One owners. The service has added Dragon Age: Inquisition to its lineup as promised. If you're a subscriber ($4.99 per month, $29.99 per year), you can download and...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Try Dragon Age: Inquisition before you buy

It's on PC only, though. Boo
Jul 15
// Vikki Blake
For a limited time only, you can play Dragon Age: Inquisition for free on PC. The free sample comes courtesy of EA's digital platform, Origin, and enables you to access up to six hours of the main campaign story, an...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Future Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC will be PC, PS4, and XB1 only

No Varric in a speedo for Gen 7, sorry
Jul 07
// Joe Parlock
Bad news for people still trudging through Dragon Age: Inquisition on the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360: you won’t be getting any more DLC. In a blog post on the official Dragon Age site, it was announced all future DLC for...
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EA Access adding Titanfall and Dragon Age: Inquisition to the Vault

Good choices!
Jun 15
// Zack Furniss
Electronic Art's EA Access subscription-based service ($4.99 per month, or $29.99 annually) is adding Titanfall this week. Not sure how thriving the community is but I never gave it a shot, so now I might! In similarly cool news, Dragon Age: Inquisition will be out for the service sometime this summer. Not a bad deal!
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age Inquisition lead: more story DLC on the way

More meaty areas
Jun 01
// Chris Carter
BioWare isn't quite done yet with Dragon Age: Inquisition. Although it developed one bit of story DLC so far in addition to a heap of free multiplayer updates, development lead Mike Laidlaw notes that more is on the way,...
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LGBT Dragon Age

BioWare lead writer talks gay romances, LGBT characters, and Dragon Age sales

Did you ride the bull?
May 18
// Jed Whitaker
Fellow bearded brethren and radio personality Andy Borkowski interviewed David Gaider, the lead writer of Dragon Age: Inquisition on the topic of diversity in the series. David states that an argument could be made that ...
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Weekend deals

25% Off Project CARS, 50% Off Dragon Age Inquisition in Weekend Deals

Green light deals
May 09
// Dealzon
On Wednesday this week slightly mad Studios' Project CARS released. On PC the game is priced for $49.99 but at GMG there is a 25% off discount available. The deal is part of their VIP gaming sale, which requires you to e...
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age's Dragonslayer DLC is all rather elementalry

Right away, great Captain Planet!
May 06
// Brett Makedonski
The casting sheet for the Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer DLC has been posted, and the lead roles go to three new characters with formidable skills. They'll need those skills for kills (Agent) because dragonslayin' ...
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets free multiplayer expansion tomorrow

For fun, pronounce the 'age' like 'karaage'
May 04
// Steven Hansen
Still spending your evenings with the devil's brew (beer) getting no-scope headshots and setting bears on fire in Dragon Age: Inquisition's multiplayer? Perhaps you will enjoy BioWare's Dragonslayer expansion, which is coming...
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC coming to PS3, PS4, and Xbox 360 this month

After a PC and Xbox One timed deal
May 01
// Chris Carter
Dragon Age: Inquisition was a return to form for BioWare, but sadly the Jaws of Hakkon DLC was initially limited to the PC and  Xbox One platforms for a limited time. Thankfully, it will now be available on the PS3, PS4,...
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age's Jaws of Hakkon DLC is holding off on PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 until May

It's currently in the warm embrace of Xbox One and PC
Mar 30
// Jordan Devore
Jaws of Hakkon, the new $15 Dragon Age: Inquisition story DLC that released last week for Xbox One and PC, won't be available to download on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360 until May, BioWare has confirmed. Obligat...
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Dragon Age DLC

Dragon Age: Inquisition Jaws of Hakkon DLC out now on Xbox, PC

Sorry, Sony fans
Mar 24
// Chris Carter
Dragon Age: Inquisition was a pretty fantastic game, exceeding my expectations coming off of the disappointing Dragon Age II. BioWare is keeping the good times rolling this week with a new $15 DLC pack called Jaws of Hakkon, ...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Hidden Dragon Age: Inquisition quest leaked, can you be the first to complete it?

Starring the rock
Mar 18
// Jed Whitaker
Liam Robertson dropped us an email today letting us know about a hidden Dragon Age: Inquisition quest that can be found by jumping on a tiny stone house 50 times. No really. I know it sounds like a rumor you'd hear in g...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition patch will add item customization, storage, and more

I can finally hoard to my heart's content!
Feb 14
// Jason Faulkner
BioWare has made some of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. Unfortunately, it's also made some of the buggiest. Dragon Age: Inquisition is no exception. It is a wonderful adventure and one of my favorite games o...
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Dragon Age music

Download some tavern songs from Dragon Age: Inquisition for free

Jan 28
// Chris Carter
The music in Dragon Age: Inquisition is great, and now you can get a chance to sample a few tracks compliments of BioWare. Evidently the team got a lot of requests asking where to find the tavern songs in particular...
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EA financials

EA had a 'record-breaking' quarter behind Dragon Age

But no sales figures
Jan 27
// Brett Makedonski
It was a given that Dragon Age: Inquisition was going to be a big hit for both Electronic Arts and BioWare. That's a no-brainer for the conclusion to a triple-A trilogy. But, even the publisher seems to be taken a bit ab...
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EA Xbox One sale

Xbox One sale: $10 Titanfall and Garden Warfare, $36 Dragon Age: Inquisition

I'm tempted
Jan 26
// Jordan Devore
It's much easier to stomach Electronic Arts when you're only paying a fraction of the original price, as is the case with these Xbox One deals via Live. Come on, latecomers. This one's for you: Battlefield 4 - $13.20 Battlef...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition drops to $31 at Green Man Gaming

Still no Sandal, though
Jan 14
// Dealzon
PC gamers who've gone the past few months without checking out Dragon Age: Inquisition because the price of admission felt too high get an extra nudge today via Green Man Gaming. The UK-based digital retailer slashed pri...

Swery's 2014 games that I haven't completed, but think are amazing

Jan 07 // Steven Hansen
4: Dark Souls II Even though the previous game broke me, the addictive nature of the game drew me to buy this sequel. Obviously, this game created a lot of waves, and I decided that I had to play it simply to experience that cycle of bitter aftertaste, frustration, and then catharsis one more time. Hardcore users say this game was easier compared to the original, but it was still enough to break me again. Getting killed by a player who invades especially makes me want to throw my controller. This is unrelated, but while I've never met the director, Miyazaki Hidetaka, his personal name is the same as mine (Hidetaka), so I feel a sense of closeness to him. Why I quit playing: The frustration from the game crept into my real life. 3: Destiny It may not be too much to say that this was the year's most talked-about title. I was too busy with development to take part in the beta test, but I bought the Xbox One version on the day it came out. Unfortunately, though, it wasn't localized into Japanese. When someone asked me "Why did you buy it if you weren't sure," I didn't really have an excuse, but that's what happened. Of course, not only the story, but the menu was also in English as well, so I had trouble understanding the system. I was really behind compared to my friends who had already bought the PS4 version, and became a bit of a Destiny dunce. Then I got busy with D4's release and PR, so there was no way I was going to finish it. Why I quit playing: My friends made fun of me so much that I lost all my confidence. 2: Dragon Age: Inquisition I added this game only after preparing myself to get yelled at. Why? Because I haven't played it. Right after I bought it, I suddenly got bombarded with things I had to take care of, and then there was an update to the consumer version of Minecraft, and I became desperate just to play that. Then, I went on a trip overseas without even getting to play it. I'm still on that trip now as I write this list. So, if I haven't played it, how can I say it's amazing? Well... just by using my intuition. Or, my sense of smell, should I say? I'm not a writer or a critic. I'm just a creator, so I have the right to self-righteously purchase and play games how I want to. Simple, right? Why I quit playing: My first vacation in four years. 1: Drakengard 3 The continuation of the famous series that Access Games developed. In this game, the action and graphics were renewed, essentially reviving the series. Ally NPCs and dragon growth were added, and you don't need to know the entire series to be able to enjoy the game. However, the story wasn't any good. It's really unfortunate, but it's the truth. And the graphics could have been a bit better, I think. If we get another chance, I'd like to use what we learned here to make an even better game. Why I quit playing: Self-hatred and self-defense. Runner-Up: Kirby: Triple Deluxe The world will wash your heart clean. The characters were just so cute, I couldn't not buy it. But the game was too beautiful for my heart. It ended up blinding me. It was hard for me to keep staring at the vibrant Kirby as he ran all around. It makes me wish that I could make a game someday like this, but at the same time, it also fills me with despair. That's all. Thanks to everyone who read this, and thanks to everyone at Destructoid for giving me the chance to write this! I apologize to anyone who was offended by anything I wrote. This is a list filled with personal taste and bias, but regardless of how it appears, I think it's very important for people to organize their thoughts as words, which is why I wrote this. I'm hoping from the bottom of my heart that 2015 will be a big step forward for the game industry. I Love You All!! SWERY
SWERY's 2014 GotY photo
The director of Deadly Premonition and D4 looks back at 2014
[Swery is the man behind Deadly Premonition and D4. The latter has kept him busy over the last year, so he hasn't been able to finish every game he loves. But love is not finite, finished, and with an eyebrow game this o...

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DA:I Multiplayer

People are soloing Dragon Age: Inquisition's multiplayer mode on the max difficulty already

I'll just be weeping in the other room
Jan 03
// Nic Rowen
If you're having trouble with something in a game, never check the forums. It will just rub salt in the wounds. I picked up Dragon Age: Inquisition over the holidays and have been logging some time in the game's multiplayer ...
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Origin deals

99-cent Battlefield 3 and Inquisition for 33% off in Origin's year-end sale

99 cents more than free
Dec 23
// Dealzon
Origin finally started its "real" winter sale, and deals are fairly decent, especially if you've been eying a PC copy of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The PC download's price finally matches the console versions' Black Friday week...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition gets 20% cut on Origin with sitewide coupon

Console somehow still cheaper
Dec 19
// Dealzon
Origin launched a rare sitewide promo code on its storefront today, knocking 20 percent off almost everything in the catalog. (It doesn't work on BioWare points, so don't bother checking.) While there are definitely some excl...
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Dragon Age

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a multiplayer update, it has wolves in it

Yay free
Dec 17
// Chris Carter
Most of the people I know who bought Dragon Age: Inquisition are still playing it. Proof positive that the lengthy single-player experience isn't dead, and not every game needs to be multiplayer. Wait a minute, Inqu...
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Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition launch trailer will make you want to play Dragon Age

Nov 18
// Brett Makedonski
This launch trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition isn't short on anything. It doesn't skimp on gorgeous shots of the expansive universe. It has plenty of the ferocious winged serpents that adorn the franchise's namesake. ...

Dragon Age: Inquisition, Far Cry 4 & More AAA Weekend Deals

Uh, more time please?
Nov 15
// Dealzon
Deals brought to you by the crew at Dealzon. FYI: sales from certain retailers go toward supporting Destructoid. Next week Tuesday we get two Triple-As from two big publishers: Dragon Age: Inquisition along wit...

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