Dragon Age: Inquisition
Articles on the the most disappointing “Game of the Year” in recent history.
The Problem with Dragon Age
My first review of Dragon Age: Inquisition, a stream of consciousness on how bitterly disappointed I was.
All That Matters is the Ending
A more organized and in-depth analysis of Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s storytelling failures.
Why Corypheus is a Bad Villain
On why Corypheus was a bad villain, whose lack of characterization made him fail to generate any kind of tension or excitement in the plot.
The Ending Isn’t the Only Problem
Some other major problems that plague Dragon Age: Inquisition, such as the open world proving to be empty and characterless compared to other similar open worlds.
The Failure of the Inquisitor
The failure to make a realistic character in the Inquisitor led to several huge problems in the replayability value of Dragon Age: Inquisition.
The Stories that Never Were
A speculative piece where I propose several story changes that might have made Dragon Age: Inquisition a game truly worth playing.