Since the decade is coming to a close and I’ve played a lot of video games in the last ten years, I thought I’d go down my list of favorite games that came out in the last decade or that I heavily played during that time period. These are not in order, as I enjoy these all for different reasons.
Dragon Age series is my favorite game of all time. And yes I’m wrapping all three games into one and calling them my favorite. Now each of the games have their own DLC (downloadable content) that are available for purchase, from extra story lines to items such as mounts, weapons, and armors. And I have gotten the chance to play with the vast majority of them. So I’m going to go to rank the ones that add additional stories to the game after the main one is over with my reasoning for each.
When I first played Dragon Age: Origins I immediately when to the mage same within Dragon Age: Inquisition until a bug started happening every single time I attempted to even play a mage. That bug being I couldn’t play the game and could endlessly walk around Haven without interactions of any other characters until I forcefully quit the game then started again as a different class. Typically settling on warrior with a sword in one hand and a shield in another. But since beginning my Let’s Plays on each of the games over on my gaming channel, I’m been really preferring the rogue class recently. But which is better of the three?
During the course of Dragon Age: Inquisition you have to find quarries and logging stands throughout the different locations to fill requisitions. Including ones to improve Skyhold. And without certain perks, you cannot see where they are located on the map. So having perks to find these can be extremely useful though they do not effect the overall game other than cosmetics. I love getting all the upgrades for Skyhold so this is a little guide of where to find them if you’ve been searching for ages but haven’t comes across them. Or you want to find one quickly without traveling everywhere.
One item or thing you’ll come across a lot in Dragon Age, starting with Dragon Age II then heavily shown and explained in Dragon Age: Inquisition, is Red Lyrium. But if you don’t do the side quest (Seeing Red) for that with Varric it can be easily missed other than the overall statement that’s it’s “bad news bears”.