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Dragon Age III appears on Amazon Italy as Xbox One game
Posted: 01.06.2013 05:35 by Comments: 6
Amazon Italy has listed Dragon Age III: Inquisition as an Xbox One title. However, the listing has no price and has a placeholder date of the 1st January 2020.

Another Amazon listing showed off a Mirror's Edge 2 listing earlier this week.

Expect clarification at EA's pre-E3 press briefing on the 10th June, which Strategy Informer will be attending.

Source: IGN

Comments

By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Jun 01, 2013
FoolWolf
Well, this hereby opens the great Dragon Age 3 bash/glorify tournament!
The Italian shop may have most of it wrong - but for me this smells like Origin on Xbone and PS4 as well as being most likely (like 99.9999%) sure to be time exclusive for Xbone as will all the multitudes of DLC's and stupid pre-order bonuses...
By The_Tingler (SI Core) on Jun 01, 2013
The_Tingler
EA already said it was going to be a next-gen title, but no idea if it will come to current-gen consoles too. I doubt it will exclusive to Xbone.

One of my biggest worries about it is Bioware are going to ditch the PC controls and instead focus on the console hack-n-slash side, which is terrible and would finish off the series.
By JonahFalcon (SI Elite) on Jun 01, 2013
JonahFalcon
I loved the story of Dragon Age II, but the gameplay was asstastic.
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Jun 02, 2013
FoolWolf
While I liked the idea for Dragon Age 2 - the gameplay around it, the design choices and implementation of it all fell short. Dragon Age 2 was one of the biggest disappointment in a game that I have ever finished.

The story, while interesting, is sold off as a plotline and more open ended RPG story - but that isn't true and hasn't been quite true for BioWare games for a long time. BioWare are story tellers - but they don't make our stories - they make theirs and they let you chose only how to look and slightly act while walking through it...
By FoolWolf (SI Elite) on Jun 02, 2013
FoolWolf
I think that the story of a person becoming a prominent person and rising to some degree in status over the time is quite OK - it is the rest that is the poor I meant Choosen - a heck - I guess you sum it up on a whole much more efficiently! ;)