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Dragon Age: Inquisition wants you to feel, but not for the dragons

Dragon Age: Inquisition E3 trailer

I know that the latest Dragon Age Inquisition trailer shown off by Microsoft at E3 is meant to be a bit sad and tragic because the piano music and slow motion walking and running informed me of this.

But Dragon Age is really about killing dragons. Well, it is this time. Origins, Awakening and the now unpopular sequel had a surprising lack of dragon slaying given the franchise’s name. No more, though. BioWare’s chucking in loads of dragons. Take a look at some of our scaley chums below. 

The third key game in the series launches on October 7th. 

Lamentably, it also launches with timed exclusive DLC for Xbox One. Incidentally, timed exclusives was the theme of Microsoft’s E3 conference this year. 

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A LOT is riding on Biowares reputation with this game. After DA2 and ToR "Flopping" There last decent release was 2009...in my eyes at least.

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I'm giving them the benefit of the doubt until I see more gameplay from it.

You're right in DA2 being shite though.

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BioWare shows off Dragon Age: Inquisition's dragon slaying and motley crew

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