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Developers: Electronic Arts
Release year: 2014
Crack by: FitGirl
Version: Digital Deluxe Edition v1.11 + All DLCs
Game size: 26.1 GB for PC
Dragon Age Inquisition English Version + Included all available DLC and updates for this game + 35.1 GB
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Dragon Age: Inquisition was one of last year’s best games, and the one complaint you certainly couldn’t aim at it was a lack of content. In fact some fans actually felt there were too many side quests, making it extremely difficult to complete every single one. But that creates an additional problem when it comes to downloadable content: what do you add to a game that already has too much to do?
The trick to good DLC is providing more of the same while making sure that it doesn’t just feel like a needless rerun of what already exists. Which is particularly tricky if the developer can’t be sure whether you’ve finished the main story yet (although here you’re advised to be at least level 20). These are issues that BioWare has only got right a few times with their downloadable expansions, although to be fair that is better than most others have ever managed.
The story in Jaws Of Hakkon concerns the fate of the last known Inquisitor, before your own player character, and a tribe of surly warriors called the Avvar. There’s a mountain of new lore to read up on, but unless you’re a fairly obsessive fan it can all seem like fantasy-by-numbers, which has always been a problem with the rather generic Dragon Age universe.
What usually makes the difference is the writing, or the rather the tone of the writing. BioWare in super serious epic mode is rarely as entertaining as their more whimsical efforts, and thankfully Jaws Of Hakkon has a strong sense of humour that uses the excuse of being an expansion to pepper the script with in-jokes and fan favourite cameos – including a notably more prominent role for flirtatious scout Harding.
The addition of a whole new map area is not necessarily something Inquisition was in desperate need of, but Frostback Basin is certainly one of the most attractive and varied areas in the whole game. It might sound like it’s just another snowy wasteland but it actually has everything from tree-top villages to a sizeable fishing village and a ghost-filled swamp.
And although this means yet another new map filled with trivial object to collect there is a clear attempt to make the side quests more than just the usual fetch quests. Many link back into the main story quest or offer up a new piece of backstory that helps to make sense of the basin’s complicated history and topography.
Some missions even intersect with quests from the parent game, which is something you rarely see in downloadable content, and you gain new upgrades for your base at Skyhold and new options for the War Table – if you haven’t already finished the main story.
This is in addition to all the expected new weapons, armour, and equipment; as well as a new power for your Inquisitor: an upgradeable shield that can block any projectile attack. There’s not much in the way of brand new enemies, but the final couple of boss fights are suitably tough.
A lot of time and effort has clearly gone into making Jaws Of Hakkon, with BioWare going to the effort of bringing back all of the primary cast to record new voiceovers. But the expansion lacks purpose, and as expansive and well designed as Frostback Basin is it never really feels that different to anything else in the game. It adds nothing new to the gameplay or the characters… and yet if more of the same is all you’re after it fulfils that role admirably.
There’s around five or six hours of story gameplay here, and double that if you want to collect every last shard, so for £12 it’s not the worst value for money we’ve ever seen. But although the production values are just as good as the main game at no point does this ever feel remotely essential or necessary. Although by the standards of most other DLC that still makes it better than average.
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MAIN FEATURES OF THE GAME CALLED DRAGON AGE INQUISITION:
Your New Journey is About to Begin.
Furthermore, with the Digital Deluxe, you are allowed access to a selective arsenal of weapons, defensive layer and mounts. Sit on the skull-cut throne with the Flames of the Inquisition Armor, and ride onto the war zone with mounts like the Bog Unicorn and the Red Hart Halla.
Enchanting, Choice-driven Narrative
A Huge World to Develop and Discover
Extraordinary, Strategic Combat
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