Written by President and Founder Matthew Feldman
Happy Thanksgiving everyone in advance before we begin the usual mouth off! Please don't take for granted what you have, and be thankful for what you've got. Enjoy spending time with your families and I hope your dinners are awesome!!!
It’s been a while since we last spoke to our readers, so here we go, we have a lot to discuss. First, we’ll Mouth Off about our review of Dragon Age: Inquisition, and then go into some other topics we’d like to discuss this month, other than our usual peddling of our current open submissions.
Dragon Age Inquisition: Wrath or Unrelenting?
Dragon Age Inquisition was highly anticipated by fans and was heavily hyped up by Bioware as the third game in their Dragon Age Series. Now, the first two Dragon Age Games did what is incredibly traditional of Bioware, and took the element of adding RPG to their storylines, while adding a third-person action like combat system that still held to their original RPG elements, similar to that of Mass Effect 3. However, what players will immediately notice is how similar the open-world of Thedas is to that of similar games like Assassin’s Creed 3, Dishonored, or even Skyrim. Is this cookie-cutter intended? Not likely; In truth it was likely intended to give the players replay ability, which is what many gamers today are seeking. However, what is somewhat overwhelming is the amount of side quests that are immediately thrown at you, and players will be a little overwhelmed in some regards. For gamers like myself, when presented with one area, we see the area, and we feel the immediate need to clear the area of any and all missions so that we don’t have to double back later. What also is lacking in this game is a full place to keep your items that you wish to save. They have also removed the ability to determine your ability scores, these are now automatically calculated out for you. However, the game does finally live up to it’s name with the number of Dragons that can be found throughout the game, as well as the variety of characters that fill the game with a rich and enthralling storyline. Overall, Meztrailov Fantasy Games rates Dragon Age Inquisition at a 3/5, largely due to it’s clear push towards the next generation of systems, rather than a smooth and refined cut of the game for the previous generation consoles. There are some bugs, such as load and lag times, as well as audio glitches, but these are pretty much overlooked by the overall control that one has with their particular world of Thedas.
Now some Important Updates
We will be renovating our site and our company, adding to it as some new ideas have recently come up, and Meztrailov Fantasy Games has always prided itself on being able to aid the community. Please bear with us as we undergo these rennovations. You may still submit your manuscripts or game ideas to MezFantasyGamesMF@gmail.com or MezFantasyGamesRN@gmail.com, or NDFeldman58@gmail.com if you are seeking to get published as we will still be working. But our website and company is undergoing huge changes here, and we will be giving you these updates as they progress. Forgive us if we are slow in these updates, as we have to ensure that we are able to actually provide you with them. Thank you for your patience. To our current clients, you are not being dismissed. Quite the opposite, things will simply be moving at a slower pace. I apologize in advance about this, but rather you know ahead of time that things are going to be a little slow here on our end, than you sitting with your hat and metaphorically, well, pissing in the wind, if we’re going to shoot straight.
See you at the next MFG Mouth Off Update!!
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