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The holiday season for video games has had a rough time. With games such as Assassin’s Creed: Unity getting poor reviews and Halo: The Master Chief Collection suffering from matchmaking issues, it’s not shaping up very well. However, Dragon Age: Inquisition, which hasn’t been released yet, is turning that around with its positive scores from critics and their early reviews.

The Guardian gave BioWare’s latest entry into the Dragon Age franchise 4 out of 5 stars with Ian Ford calling it a “truly monumental game” though the overall threat and villain “never truly cohere into something memorable.” Meanwhile, Polygon’s Philip Kollar gave it a 9.5, praising the game for its “astounding scope” and the game's large group of followers with nine playable party members, each having “reams of dialogue conveying a fully developed personality.”

Overall, the western RPG is being praised as an RPG with depth that features a large, beautiful world with plenty of content and great combat. Alexander Sliwinski from Joystiq scored it 5 out of 5 saying that it “is an immense fantasy epic, a sprawling adventure across the many landscapes of Thedas, unapologetically matures in its exploration of politics, and brazen in its combat.”

On Metacritic the PlayStation 4 version has an aggregate score of 89, 85 for the Xbox One, and 88 for the PC.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will launch on November 18 in North America for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC platforms.

Are you looking forward to playing Dragon Age: Inquisition?

Thank the maker (A Dragon Age Joke) that this game is awesome, and Bioware taking considerable time to evaluate the state of the franchise in-between its planning while they were simultaneously making Dragon Age II (which probably shouldn't have been called that, but understandably did since its decisions carried over to this game) has to be respected.


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