Joystiq Offers a Fabulous Dragon Age: Inquisition Review
Dragon Age II wasn’t a bad game. It just wasn’t exactly what the franchise fans expected. Now, they’ve got what most critics are calling the true successor to Dragon Age: Origins. It’s the exceedingly well-received Dragon Age: Inquisition and according to most analyses, it’s the epitome of RPG greatness.
Maybe you’re already resolved to purchase the game, or maybe it’s already on your holiday wish list. But if, for some bizarre reason, you’re still on the fence, we’ve selected a top-tier review: It comes from Joystiq critic Alexander Sliwinski, who penned a comprehensive and wonderfully convincing review.
Giant games are always difficult to review and when it comes to a franchise that needed to prove itself, the review becomes all the more complicated. But Sliwinski handles the challenge with relative ease, and the result is an immensely readable and entertaining evaluation. If you’re not excited about the game by the end of it, you didn’t read closely enough!
Why We Like It:
— All-encompassing and appropriately in-depth. A game like this demands plenty of detail and explanation, and the critic provides an ample amount of both.
— Despite being long, the review still has flow and balance. This can be tricky to do, especially when there’s so much ground to cover.
— For the most part, it’s extremely well-written and enthusiastic, two factors that directly contribute to the quality and “readability” of any entertainment review.