Dragon Age Inquisition 3.54/5 (4)

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Dragon Age Inquisition User Reviews

A cataclysmic event plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow over lands on the brink of chaos. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your allies to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos.

Explore, lead, and battle: Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come

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Crestwood had a significantly different appearance in the PAX Prime 2013 demo than how it does in the final game. In the demo, Crestwood was as a vivid, thriving area filled with soldiers and castles. In the final game however, it's depicted as gloomy, rainy, and overrun with demons.

Obscenity Laws prevent release of Inquisition in India.

Josephine's voice actress, Allegra Clark, has been a fan of the series since 2009 and has cosplayed as Isabela.

Quite a few animations from Dragon Age II and Mass Effect 3 are reused in this game.


Inquisitor: Are you alright? Sera: Yeah! I mean yes. I'm alive. Really. Alive!

Inquisitor: Oh, you're from Wherever? I'm from North Wherever! Sera: What. Inquisitor: North Wherever! Oh, we had fun on Street and/or in Local Tavern!

Vivienne: You know, Varric darling, I read your Hard in Hightown. Varric: You did!? Seriously? Vivienne: Most of the imperial court did. It was in fashion a few winters ago. Varric: Just how much gold is my publisher stealing from me?

Easter Eggs

There is a hidden quest in the game that went undiscovered for almost half a year after the game was released. It involves jumping 50 times on a specific rock altar in the Emerald Graves region. Completion of the quest triggers a secret chest to spawn somewhere in the game world. The secret chest has since been found out to be in Emprise du Lion, down the stairway under Suledin, and contains a unique flower helmet named "Ardent Blossom".

Cole has dialogue in which he says, "He was their enemy the whole time, but she made him forget, so he could change." This is a reference to another BioWare game, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, when the player character, Darth Revan, had his memory erased by Bastila Shan so that Revan would aid the Jedi Order against Darth Malak, also because she believed Revan could be changed from his evil ways.

The merchant in the Hissing Wastes has a shield, a key, and a candle upon his table. In The Legend of Zelda, certain merchants' inventory consisted of the Magical Shield, extra Small Keys, and the Candle, which were displayed in the same order.

When approaching a broken bridge in the Northern Exalted Plains, after unlocking the operation to rebuild it, Varric will say "Before anybody suggests, no, nobody's throwing me across.", a nod to Gimli's line in the movie version, "Nobody tosses a dwarf!" in Moria. This line is not in the book

After capturing Griffon's Keep, on the top floor behind the stairs is a formation of soldiers. The commander asks, "What are the chief weapons of the inquisition?" to which a soldier replies, "Surprise, Ser!", The commander then asks, "What else?" to which another soldier replies, "Fear!" This is a reference to the famous Monty Python sketch, The Spanish Inquisition.

The mission report for "Hard in Hightown: A Worthy Dwarf" says Worthy the Dwarf's statement upon being arrested was "I would have gotten away with it, if it weren't for those meddling Inquisitors!" This is a reference to Scooby-Doo villains' famous line: "I would have gotten away with it, if it wasn't for you meddling kids!


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