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Dragon Age Inquisition Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 18. November 2014

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  • Gebundene Ausgabe: 384 Seiten
  • Verlag: Prima Games; Auflage: Pck Har/Ps (18. November 2014)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0804162972
  • ISBN-13: 978-0804162975
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 21,1 x 2,4 x 28,2 cm
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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ is a new addition in series of Prima Official Game Guides which can be usually recommended for readers as good combination of information provided within covers and design which makes their books pleasing to the eye.

Speaking about the design part first, Prima Games again doesn’t disappoint their (and game) loyal fans with awesome looking cover art, additionally with adding of anime Dragon Age development which shares part of concept art from the series. There is also information about Behind the Scenes and few interviews with people responsible for game creation.

For the content part, starting from what can be found within – a guide offers good overview of game areas with maps included that will be helpful for all the information what and where can be found. Additionally listed are Agents available in each area. Among other things, reader can also found information about class skill trees and specializations and how cross-class combo works.

On the other hand what is missing is better quality index, crafting information which are not enough detailed, missing important parts of game such as War Table operations for which authors instruct to find help online and not too detailed maps when it comes to hidden things.

Therefore, the overall impression is somehow divided especially when this guide it’s compared to some other game guides Prima Games released. Still, my recommendation for it would go mostly to the younger players or those who don’t have enough time to explore as much as they would like and still want to take everything that game can provide - for those gamers this guide will be of great help.
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It is okay... but missing too many details. 21. November 2014
Von Z. Koh - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
This is a pretty simplistic guide.

- Maps of the various areas
- Overview/intro of various areas (give you an idea of leveling range, resources to be found, etc.)
- Presence of info such as skill trees of all classes and specializations
- Info on how Cross-Class combo works (alas, I think this should be explained in game rather than in a guide)
- Good info on Agents available in each zone
- Information on Operations and Outcomes provided (in certain cases even the "preferred agent" for an operation does not lead to the most ideal outcome, thus this was a very useful section)

- [Biggest Weakness] Next-to-useless crafting chapter. Doesn't tell you where to find/buy the crafting recipes or the materials for instance (or, for instance, what zones or what kind of containers a certain recipe or material is most likely to be found in cases where things are randomly generated).
- Not enough details on many mechanics (e.g. is it possible to have more than 8 active skills? What is the purpose of max affection? What is the purpose of collecting mosaics? What is the purpose of collecting some of the non-rune glyphs in certain zones? Does the "Warrior/Mage/Thief schematics" inquisitor perk scale or does it give a one-time fixed list of Tier 2 Schematics?)
- Mistakes: E.g. in Crestwood Flooded Caves, it mentions to exit by the west when the exit is actually North. My conjecture is that the area was updated
after the guide was made just before release which moved various things around, which resulted in the guide being outdated and thus misleading.
- No actual guide for mosaic collection - mosaics are given the mentioned-in-passing treatment at best. (e.g. in Hinterlands, the map only shows ~7 mosaic pieces but I managed to get 10 from Hinterlands alone)
- Maps do not show enough info on various "secrets", e.g. easy-to-miss dwarven thaig in Storms End where you can find Bianca's Arms III early. Possibly this is because the developers added these "exploration secrets" after the guide was sent to print. Either way, the E-version of the guide is not updated either.
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The Blind guiding the Blind AKA Inquisition Imposition 16. Januar 2015
Von RPGee Wiz - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
So here is the scoop. The guide is just this side of worthless. It offers dumb as dirt tips for building characters that if you can't figure out yourself, you should really pick a new game. "Oh really? Pile on all the defensive abilities to make a cookie cutter tank? Thanks for the tip!" <---- Sarcasm.

Perhaps the most egregious; when looking for more information on various topics you will often find a description taken directly from the game verbatim. In other words you read it in game and said "but what about ____" Only to look in the guide and read the exact same text. How lazy! Does this not defeat the entire purpose? Could they not at least paraphrase it? Give some opinions or tips? Or...and I know this is a nutty idea but... maybe offer some...guidance? Or perhaps...a strategy?

Another personal bugbear of mine is being directed to an online site. The reason I have a guide is because I want something in my hands while im playing a game. If I have to get up and go to the computer it firstly defeats that purpose. Secondly, why wouldn't I just get on gamefaqs and get a walk-through for free? Don't redirect me to an online guide. That's cheap and lame. Maybe I'm just not thinking "green" enough here? Just... c'mon ...they have to know this is a pathetic ploy to cut down on costs while deceptively delivering a sub par product. I may as well have opened it up to the word Sucker printed in bold page after page. That's how I felt. Duped. Don't feel like me reader. Don't get duped. Chances are you have higher quality insight than the people who cobbled this mediocre tome together.

The guide comes with a fold out map which is ok if unnecessary. It's not really the kind of game that would benefit from a map like that. Furthermore It isn't particularly attractive as an art piece or collectable. Though being fair, (perhaps too fair) I will say that its put together better than many guides I've purchased in the past. And by that I mean its put together adequately and the pages don't just fall out ...which somehow is the base line, as inexcusable as that should be. But its a basis for comparison and the guide performs favorably there.

Another thing to note, and this is subjective but, maybe you would agree: It's organized strangely, with class build and party member info buried away about halfway through, instead of at the beginning where you would expect it to be. It contradicts itself in some places. Listing a sequence of quests but then in a footnote suggesting you do them in the opposite order... At times I almost felt I needed a guide for the guide!

On the whole its disorganized, unattractive, uninformative, and it seems like a lazy cash grab. Unless you collect guides I would suggest simply following a free online FAQ walk through, which will no doubt be much more helpful and complete. This sad recycle reject will likely just make you feel irritated, when you go to it for more information only to have it simply be a wrote copy of the descriptions you just read.

Plus you don't really need a guide. In fact in retrospect I would say that all the guide really does is potentially ruin the experience by giving away plot points which would really be much better if experienced without foreknowledge. Plus there's no real "wrong" way to do it. Part of the charm is just doing what you think is best without knowing the long term consequences and thereby creating your own unique saga.

So in closing Inquisi-guys and inquis-igals... forge your own destiny! Keep the rifts and this guide sealed.

...If not for me... if not for it for Andraste!
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Lacking For Hardcore Collectors, Otherwise Great Aid 24. November 2014
Von Tristan A. Hayes - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe Verifizierter Kauf
The Guide Is Great in Some Regards but in others its lacking. I wonder what went wrong with it during production as unlike their Assassin's Creed Guides which has maps with every collectible, this has some but not all.

For example this guide is great for storyline aspects, decisions, romances, maps with the landmarks and caves, and all the sidequests (but not issues with the quests to travel on the table and the awards given), but this guide is not great if you are trying to find, say, all the Mosaic Pieces or want to know areas where to harvest materials for crafting.

I use it to play the game extensively, but I didnt expect that I would need to go to online sources to help with finding mosaic pieces or need to find images online of how the locations look. So its is disappointing in that regard of trying to get all the collectibles.
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Dungeon maps are absolutely horrible and incorrectly label locations of important items 28. November 2014
Von Luis M. Puerta - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Taschenbuch
Its a complete abomination. Anything you want to know how to do isn't listed. All treasure map locations are obscure and vague, you end up figuring it out yourself. It frequently mentions locations to go to, but not how to get there or where it is on the map. Most constellation patterns are outright wrong with incorrect printing of the pattern sequence. Dungeon maps are absolutely horrible and incorrectly label locations of important items. Some major maps omit important items like mosiac pieces and bottles of Theda's (when it does show a location, it doesn't say how to get there). 90% of the time, important things to know are listed after you've already made decisions and not before hand. My god , can't believe I wasted money on this.
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Very Helpful Strategy Guide 18. November 2014
Von Adam Silvia - Veröffentlicht auf
Format: Gebundene Ausgabe
First off, the cover art from this premium strategy guide looks very awesome, but I just wish they included some concept art in this book. Other than that everything else is great, and I am glad that they included additional pages of Behind The Scenes' content, interviews from BioWare, and a Making Of with the Dragon Age team. There's even an added bonus about the development of Dragon Age the anime, which has a little bit of concept art from the series.

Below is what you can expect to find in this edition:

 Full-size poster of the game map.
 3 digital in-game items.
 Mobile eGuide: Access so you can strategize on another screen.
 Help :Identifying paths, classes, tactics, hidden caves, creatures, combat advice and much more.
 Bottom line: If you plan on playing Dragon Age Inquisition, this Guide will be very helpful and useful. The only difference between the two edition is that the premium edition has extra digital content and additional "Behind-the-Scenes", and interviews. Other than that the paperback has the same useful walkthrough content inside.
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