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New Dragon Age: Keep app allows players to shape world ahead of release

BioWare has announced Dragon Age Keep, a web application that - wait, come back! It's not just the usual browser-based marketing gimmick. Keep allows you to preconfigure the world of Dragon Age: Inquisition to reflect the choices you made in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2, in lieu of a more traditional save transfer option which is, I assume, impossible for technical reasons.... read more

Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Origins

Postby Skippy_Live » 28 Aug 2013, 17:52

That's good, because I have origins on the PC and I am going to get DA2 on my 360.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Origins

Postby fracturedrich » 28 Aug 2013, 17:55

Ive got both but never played them,does da2 import save from the first one like mass effect or is this a new thing?
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Re: Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Orig

Postby Maximus T » 28 Aug 2013, 18:11

Speaking of Mass Effect, do we think one of these sites will pop-up before ME4? Bioware did say to hold onto our save files from ME3, even though Shepard is done. I haven't played Dragon Age before, are they worth picking up?
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Re: Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Orig

Postby Decent_Jam » 28 Aug 2013, 18:16

fracturedrich wrote:Ive got both but never played them,does da2 import save from the first one like mass effect or is this a new thing?


It's similar, but not as comprehensive, if I recall correctly.
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Re: Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Orig

Postby fracturedrich » 28 Aug 2013, 20:22

Decent_Jam wrote:
fracturedrich wrote:Ive got both but never played them,does da2 import save from the first one like mass effect or is this a new thing?


It's similar, but not as comprehensive, if I recall correctly.


Thanks,i did not no it had one at all.
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Re: Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Orig

Postby CunningSmile » 28 Aug 2013, 20:23

Decent_Jam wrote:
fracturedrich wrote:Ive got both but never played them,does da2 import save from the first one like mass effect or is this a new thing?


It's similar, but not as comprehensive, if I recall correctly.

The closest would be ME3 imports; nothing vital or game changing, just a bunch of vaguely familiar faces putting in two minute cameos
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Re: Dragon Age: Inquisition: how you'll "transfer" your Orig

Postby mackered » 29 Aug 2013, 22:21

Maximus T wrote:Speaking of Mass Effect, do we think one of these sites will pop-up before ME4? Bioware did say to hold onto our save files from ME3, even though Shepard is done. I haven't played Dragon Age before, are they worth picking up?



Dragon age origins is one of my favourite games. Bit old now but definitely worth playing. DA2 was not so good (in my humble opinion) but still worth playing. One has more depth, two different (some would say better - but not me) combat.


Saves from DA1 had very little impact as far as I remember
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