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Dragon Age III: Inquisition announced; coming late 2013 » Dragon Age III: Inquisition

Dragon Age III: Inquisition
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  1. avatar Janie

    im not judging im tlneilg facts from the gameplay. i saw the interview and found out more about the button masher system. my opinion the game sucks because of the poor flexibility. my supported fact that the gameplay physics and phases are planned out very well destroying that suprise and shock i would’ve seen for example in tenkaichi series. but maybe you’re right they didnt finish the game but so far i really dont like what they delivered and they blew my expectations

  2. avatar Wolf

    I had Dragon Age III on my list for a while, since they’ve mentioned it a bit, cool to see it officially titled and announced.

    Very very pumped for this.

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