Because we were asked how we felt about the trailers and whatnot of DA: Inquisition by Byarru, and I realized that this isn't the first time this sort of thing has happened. Bioware has (nearly) fulfilled my wishes several times.
And a big thanks to Ville who suggested Baldur's Gate to me all those years ago.
(Oh, and Cortez made it)
DAI won't be open world but multi-region with bigger maps.
Gratulation to you for saving Cortez.
@Guest: Hrngh. Close enough, I guess. Exploration! Getting lost! Stumbling upon really random stuff! Getting really really lost to the point where even the map can't seem to help me...
... it's kinda funny that they always seem to *almost* fulfill my wishes XD
Good job saving Cortez I liked him as a character.
Anyway, it seems to me that this is a drawn-out case of "ask and you shall almost receive", no?
Additional to my comment as guest:
You are right. The plot and characters are a little bit like vanilla ice. 3 minutes on top and you know nearly everything about the characters.
Hopefully being bought out by EA doesn't effect future games too much.
ME3 was great (minus the whole ending deal), and I did really like DA2's story and characters (even if the game's dungeons were rehashed over and over again). Hopefully DA:I will have a lot more effort put into it than DA:2.
i think the idea of DA inguistion been called a multi region world sounds even better than an open world cuz that mean less copy pasted rooms!
also congrats on saving cortez he was a great character!
Now all you need to wish is one little thing: Bioware not destroying and rewriting and ignoring their own lore XD
And then woahlah! Almost a perfect game - done
@Deonis: Indeed it is XD
@Griffen: Personally, I think people blame EA a bit too much for what goes wrong in Bioware games. It's one thing to have a very short time to finish a game, but when the ending is just bad then... well... It seems to me to be less about EA and more about Bioware. But I evidently don't work with either company so there's that (but I'm totally cool with that changing in the future... hint, Bioware, hint)
@byarru: But if I wish for that it will *almost* come true...?
@zenat: True. I'm not blaming EA 100%, and I do believe Bioware holds a good amount of the responsibility for making a good product. I'm not sure whose decision it was for DA:2 to have such a short development cycle, but I'm glad DA:I's has been supposedly longer. I'm just worried about Bioware since the doctors have left and they've had issues with the fanbase lately.
Eh, I guess so? Dang, no win for us :3