BioWare Sings The “Choices” Song Once More For Dragon Age: Inquisition
Part fanboy news report, part scathing attack on an overused saying.
BioWare producer Cameron Lee was at PAX Australia this past week, speaking about Dragon Age: Inquisition. He confirmed that the choices and actions taken in previous Dragon Age games would be carrying over to the upcoming Inquisition, meaning that your save files are not completely useless.
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Only… didn’t they sing that song before with a certain other game, where they said our choices would matter?
“We know what we want to do,” he said. “It will absolutely come across – your decisions carry [and] will matter.”
Now, a part of me wants to argue that in the end your choices did matter in Mass Effect 3 because, after all, series-long arcs revolving around certain stories such as the war for the Quarian homeworld and the genophage did see some closure, however the equivalent arcs for Dragon Age don’t really exist, do they? We have what’s left of the Grey Wardens, who you made king at the Landsmeet, and who you inevitably sided with at the end of Dragon Age II.
How all of it carries over to Dragon Age: Inquisition, we don’t actually know just yet, but here’s hoping that it’s some solid continuity, the kind that only BioWare knows how to do.
The question is, do you think they’re capable of it with Inquisition?