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Electronic Arts quema los últimos cartuchos antes del lanzamiento y ha publicado un nuevo trailer de Dragon Age: Inquisition, la tercera entrega del juego de rol desarrollado por BioWare para PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3 y Xbox 360.

Todo comenzó con una explosión enorme en el cielo. Ellos lo llamaron “La Brecha”, una fisura entre el mundo de los vivos y los demonios que trajo tiempos oscuros a la tierra de Thedas.

En medio del caos surge un inesperado héroe: el Inquisidor. Recluta un equipo de héroes legendarios para formar la Inquisición y lidéralos para restaurar el orden.

Recordemos que el título se llevó muy buenas críticas en sus reviews publicados a principios de semana.

El juego se lanzará el próximo jueves 20 de noviembre.

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  • Este juego cae sí o sí, pero no ahora que ya voy a tener para rato con el Far Cry 4.
    Menudo mes que nos espera … voy a tener que dejar juegos para los siguientes meses … GTAV, Dragon Age, Little Big Planet … bufff

    Nota, espero que estos problemas que daban en PS4 sean cosa del pasado:

    Visto en polygon: http://www.polygon.com/2014/11/11/7134385/dragon-age-inquisition-review-ps4-xbox-one-playstation-4-pc

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    PlayStation problems

    Most of my time with Dragon Age: Inquisition was spent on the PlayStation 4 version. Despite my high praise for the game's content, I encountered some frustrating bugs that are hard to ignore.

    Notably, the PS4 version of Inquisition frequently froze, locking up the entire system and requiring a full reboot. In a few instances, this reboot process led to corrupted save files. According to representatives from EA, this issue is related to Sony's PS4 2.0 firmware, which has caused problems for other games on the console as well.

    Near the end of the review process, Sony sent Polygon a PS4 that had an upcoming patch pre-installed, ostensibly fixing the 2.0 problems. We played approximately 15 hours on this patched PS4 and did not experience any crashes. EA says this new PSN patch will be released prior to Dragon Age: Inquisition's release date.

    Beyond the hopefully fixed crashes, I experienced a bevy of other small bugs in Dragon Age: Inquisition, such as dialogue refusing to progress until I hit the skip button or characters and clothing clipping into each other during cinematic cutscenes. The most hilariously annoying bug I stumbled across caused my Inquisitor's voice to change 50 hours into the game. Thankfully, I found a solution.

    EA has provided Polygon a list of bug fixes coming to Inquisition in a day-one patch, including many of the bugs mentioned here. While none of these problems were big enough to greatly impact my enjoyment of the game, we'll continue checking in to see how much the patch helps and if new issues are introduced. In the meantime, we're going to withhold our score for the PlayStation 4 version of Dragon Age: Inquisition.

  • Fx

    se ve bien

  • raw

    q cancion es la del trailer?