I got my hands on the new ‘Descent’ DLC yesterday and it was pretty good. Going back to the Deep Roads and fighting Darkspawn reminded me of playing DA: Origins again, which I think is still the best game in the series. (more…)

For those of you using the South Korea VPN trick, Inquisition is now available to play! Good luck and enjoy the game 🙂

edit: Don’t forget to  log into Dragon Age Keep before starting your game, and use the “Export to Inquisition” option to import your world state. This isn’t mandatory but it’s nice to reconnect the story from the previous games.


Only about a week left until game release. There isn’t much new content so instead I will mention a useful tip I found on Reddit. If you want to play Inquisition as early as Nov. 17 (1 day before the official release) , you can use a proxy program to appear as if you’re from South Korea on Origin (the Bioware game client) , which will allow you to play the game earlier because of the time differences.

First, purchase the game normally, then:

1. Go to Vpngate.net and download the client (first link).

2. Install the program.

3. Launch the SoftEther VPN Client Manager.

4. Double click on VPN Gate Public Relay Servers.

5. Choose any South Korean server from the list and connect.

6. Log into your Origin account. It will now think you are in South Korea, allowing you to play Inquisition about a day earlier (Nov 17th).

This is perfectly legal and safe. I’m certainly going to use this method to get my hands on the game sooner.

Bioware is really good at keeping the Inquisition hype train going with these constant content releases. Here’s a new batch of screenshots.

And here’s a new article from Polygon.com, which discusses the first 5 hours of the game. BEWARE SPOILERS AHEAD! If you don’t want to be spoiled, wait 2 more weeks for game release. Otherwise, Click here for the article.



Check out the complete list of achievements for Dragon Age: Inquisition. This is for Xbox but I am assuming these will be exactly the same for PC. There is a total of 50 achievements worth 1,000 points.

ESRB (short for Entertainment Software Rating Board) is an organization that assigns age / letter ratings to video games. This doesn’t really matter that much for us gamers, but typically, the higher the rating (that is, the older you have to be to buy/play the game) the better, because that implies tons of violence, mature language, and of course nudity!

In the case of Dragon age: Inquisition, the rating is going to be M for Mature (age 17 and up), just like DA: Origins and Dragon Age 2, so we can safely expect  steamy sex scenes and violence.