Dragon Age: Inquisition
Summary: Dragon Age: Inquisition is a very ambitious game with a sprawling world that somehow does not buckle under its weight and scope. Bioware has been able to deliver a fantastic new entry to the franchise that helps make-up for previous missteps in the series.
Top Critic Average
A fantastic campaign and massive open environments, soured only slightly by minor, persistent flaws.
Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn't spin a great tale, but it brings the series closer to its roots with deep RPG systems.
The true power of the Inquisition may be illusory, but that doesn't stop it being satisfying to wield while it lasts.
An excellent return to form for the Dragon Age series, and the biggest and most ambitious Western role-player since the new generation began.
Dragon Age: Inquisition creates a massive, vibrant world on a scale far greater than its predecessors, and does an excellent job of making you feel in command. The heart of this game rests with its characters, who keep you invested in the action.
The most fun I've had with an RPG in years. Even a simple quest can turn into a multi-hour affair thanks to how well the missions, characters, and rewards tie into each other
Dragon Age: Inquisition is one of the biggest games I've ever played, and I still want more
With the entertaining and thematically rich Inquisition, the Dragon Age series returns to its former glory.
Whether you wish to take on world-destroying madmen or simply wander around collecting herbs, Dragon Age: Inquisition is guaranteed to include something you'll enjoy doing.
Epic in scope but carefully crafted down to the smallest character moment. A generous, joyful fantasy.