Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser DLC Review

Trespasser is the final single-player DLC to be released for BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition. It takes a two-year jump into the future following the events of Inquisition, so if you haven't completed the core game and watched the post-credit epilogue, there are spoilers ahead.

After an enjoyable foray into a new region in Jaws of Hakkon, then a so-so delve through the Deep Roads with The Descent, Trespasser puts the previous two DLCs to shame with its depth. Once again we can interact with our companions and find out how their stories have furthered, and our choices from the main storyline in Inquisition may (or may not) come back to haunt us. Orlais and Ferelden are bickering (as usual), French accents are abound, there's finally a mabari introduced, and—depending on who you romanced—a wedding could be in your cards.

Unfortunately (for me), my Lavellan had romanced Solas, so the only thing stacked in my deck was an emotional rollercoaster.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent DLC Review

Well guys, looks like it's Tuesday again.

Today marks the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition's final single-player post-game content DLC, Trespasser. Our review for Trespasser is yet to come, but first we want to take a look at the game's previous release.

Last month, BioWare released the second single-player DLC for Inquisition. Taking the Inquisitor on a journey into the Deep Roads (because no Dragon Age game can be complete without that area), The Descent is an adventure that reveals dark secrets that even the dwarves of Orzammar are shocked to discover.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent DLC Revealed

BioWare announced the next single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent! The Inquisitor and their companions will journey into the Deep Roads, defeating darkspawn while trying to solve the mystery behind the earthquakes that has put the world of Thedas in peril.

E3: Press Conference Recaps

E3 is always a hectic time filled with announcements, with many new reveals and updated information unleashed over a flurry of press conferences. We've collected our conference recaps into one spot for you to catch up on anything you may have missed!

E3 2015 Recap - EA

Welcome back to today's E3 coverage here on ZAM!

Today's second media briefing (2 of 4) was from EA. We've got the details you're looking for, so let's dive in!

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Battlefield Hardline Premium Membership Announced

EA has announced the Premium membership program for Battlefield Hardline. In addition to four expansion packs, monthly rewards, early access to expansions and exclusive in-game events, Hardline Premium will also introduce four new "super features": Masks, Gun Bench, Competitive Play and Legendary Status.

The Sims 4: Get to Work Expansion Announced

Maxis has unveiled the first expansion for The Sims 4. Priced $39.99, in Get to Work you can take control of your Sim in brand-new jobs and control their future—whether for better or for worse.

ZAM Awards 2014: PC Game of the Year

Dragon Age: Inquisition

When I wrote ZAM's Dragon Age: Inquisition review in mid-November, I was only about 45-50 hours into the game. At the time, my summary of BioWare's newest entry into the series was that it "feels very well-polished, vast, immersive and highly entertaining" and it was definitely worth running out to own immediately. Now, just over a month post-launch, my fellow co-workers have agreed that Inquisition offers such an epic, quality experience that it is well-deserving of our 2014 PC Game of the Year award.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Full Review

Dragon Age: Inquisition — ZAM's Complete Review

I'm sure most of us have a favorite genre or series that we currently or at one point devoted hundreds of hours of our life to. It takes a special game to grab our attention and keep us entertained for hours, and with the number of games that are released every month, there's a lot tugging our attentions every which-way.

As I mentioned in my impressions article of Dragon Age: Inquisition, the game showed a lot of promise from an early first look. Since then I've devoted a lot of time into the story, and still have some more to go, but Inquisition definitely has that "wow" factor. The world of Thedas has captivated me with its deep story, cast of characters and expansive world.

If you're looking for a tl;dr, then here it is: you should be playing Dragon Age: Inquisition the moment it releases on Tuesday, November 18th (November 21st in the EU). Now let's get into what gives this RPG the legs to stand above many others.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - First Impressions

First Impressions: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition, the biggest RPG to-date that BioWare has built, releases next Tuesday. I stepped into the world of Thedas this week to take my first look at what Inquisition has to offer, and so far have not been disappointed.

Dragon Age Keep
The Dragon Age Keep is a companion website to help track your story you've created in the Dragon Age series. By using important decisions from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, the Keep re-creates your world history and presents it to you.

If you're like me and this is your first Dragon Age game, the Keep still is relevant. A default story will play for you, and at crucial moments you can choose different outcomes to events. After the story completes you will be presented with tiles of events -- your Tapestry -- from the games and can choose to either lock those choices, keep them as-is and unlocked, or select a different scenario.

The Dragon Age Keep is available to everyone now, and Inquisition will be added to it for launch day.