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Dragon Age Inquisition Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide ePub download

by David Knight

  • Author: David Knight
  • ISBN: 0804162972
  • ISBN13: 978-0804162975
  • ePub: 1199 kb | FB2: 1220 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Games & Strategy Guides
  • Publisher: Prima Games; Collectors edition (November 18, 2014)
  • Pages: 384
  • Rating: 4.2/5
  • Votes: 755
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Dragon Age Inquisition Collector's Edition: Prima Official Game Guide ePub download

The Prima Game Guide does it again.

The Prima Game Guide does it again. Not so! It's a perfect companion to spend dozens (or +100) hours using. it's all EA. With it's heavy emphasis on multiplayer and unique mounts, it just feels like another EA cash grab.

Dragon Age: Origins: Prima Official Game Guide is the official strategy guide to Dragon Age: Origins. It is authored by Mike Searle and published by Prima. The guide contains information for PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 variants of the game.

Dragon Age Inquisition: Official Strategy Guide is the official strategy guide for Dragon Age: Inquisition. It was created by Prima Publishing

Dragon Age Inquisition: Official Strategy Guide is the official strategy guide for Dragon Age: Inquisition. It was created by Prima Publishing. Multiple play styles presented – Identify tactics, explore hidden caves, defeat monumental creatures, and shape the world around you based on advice for your own style of play and combat.

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Prima Official Game Guide. The hardbound book is very nice with a 2 foot by 3 foot msp of the continent. Walmart price was 2. 9 when everyone elses price for this was 3. 9. Making this the same price as others price for the paperback.

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Fallout New Vegas : Prima Official Game Guide by David Hodgson and Prima Games Staff (2010, Paperback). Read and see why! Complete walkthroughs of every story and side quest help guide you through the deep storyline; there are many choices that affect your game.

Premium hardcover edition includes additional pages of ‘Behind The Scenes’ content, interviews with BioWare, and exploration into the ‘Making Of’ product with Dragon Age partners.   Also includes 3 digital in-game items.Mobile friendly eGuide access  Digital strategy content optimized for a second screen experience.Multiple play styles presented – Identify tactics, explore hidden caves, defeat monumental creatures, and shape the world around you based on advice for your own style of play and combat.Make the right decision – Your actions and choices will shape a multitude of story outcomes along with the tangible, physical aspects of the world itself. Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come.Be the finest Inquisitor Choose your class based on recommended character loadouts that take advantage of a unique set of abilities, weaponry, special moves, and even class-reactive story content. Completely control the appearance and abilitiesGet the best out of your team – Connect and communicate with a cast of unique, memorable characters to develop dynamic relationships that will benefit you and your party. Where to go next – Illustrated maps serve as a guide to the next adventure allowing informed exploration of a diverse, visually stunning, and immersive living world.
catterpillar
This is the worst Prima Guide I have ever purchased. I have four others. Locations of items and places of interest on the map are frequently inaccurate, or missing completely. In a number of cases, the list of map locations lists a landmark location for you to claim , but it is nowhere to be seen on the map itself. In the walkthrough, the guide tells you to go to a certain spot to do something, you get there, and there is nothing. If you look online at one of the many video walkthgoughs, you discover that the Prima Guide has sent you to the wrong spot. Just as one example; in the Prima Guide's walktrhough of the Winter Palace, it tells you to find a second scandalous secret on the table to the west in the West Storage Room. There has never been a secret on that table in any of my playthroughs. There is a loot cache in front of that table, but no scandalous secret on the table as the guide claims. The book is a waste of time; you will be far better off using the online walkthroughs..
Ironrunner
I bought this from another seller, wanted to write a review for his freaky fast delivery, but couldnt find him.

I have only needed a few guides, a few for elder scrolls series, and Fallout series. I mistakenly bought the guide for the first in the Dragon Age series since the game was very linear, it didnt need a guide.

For me, however, dragon age inquisition, it is much more useful and less time consuming to have the strategy guide vs. looking online.

This being the third game in the series, it is so much more of an open world to explore, vs the very linear feel of the world in the first two games.

There are a LOT of quests, im about 50 hours into the game, and truly feel like im just starting to scratch the surface of the main quest.
Whitesmasher
The Prima Game Guide does it again. You'd think with so many Wiki's online tools and walkthroughs, a paper copy would be antiquated and unneeded. Not so! It's a perfect companion to spend dozens (or +100) hours using.

The "bonus" game material that comes with the collector's edition is pretty poor compared to previous Bioware titles. I don't blame Prima or Bioware... it's all EA. With it's heavy emphasis on multiplayer and unique mounts, it just feels like another EA cash grab. It's a minor gripe since I didn't get the book for the online bonus material, just a disappointing trend that could eventually contribute to the demise of game guides in the future.

If you plan on spending serious time with DA:I or are a Completionist (god help you make a dent in this game without losing your job, sleep, or family), I would highly recommend.
Anasius
This is one of the better guides I have used. It has a lot of information following an understandable and usable format.

I lowered the score one star because It fails to give a precise walkthrough for the most time consuming and confusing segment of the game which is part of the main quest line, so necessary. In fact, it hardly gives sufficient hints as to that segment, so it really earned the downgrade. It was necessary to seek help online because there are multiple mini quests in that segment that are horribly executed (by Bioware) and it is never made clear (in the game guide) whether or not the mini quests are even needed.

One of the best things is that it contains a code so that you can access a slightly more thorough version of the guide online. All print guides should have this feature.
Maveri
I like games with official guides. I like to play games too and I don't find using a guide to be a cheat but a great help. As games get more complex the ability to look something up to see how it should be approached is one I quite appreciate. Dragon Age: Inquisition is a huge game. There are lots of plots, sub-plots, romance opportunities and so on. The Prima guide does a good job managing the complexity for you and allowing you to get on with the game knowing that you haven't missed something vital. The walk-throughs are helpful and the maps useful too. Maybe a hardcore gamer wouldn't find this useful but for me it helps explain and guide me through the game. Recommended. (And in some ways the guide is better than the game, at least its not dull).
Whiteseeker
When Prima cornered the market on Game Strategy guides they lowered the bar from all previous game guides by their competitors. Way too much is missing from this especially for a game of Dragon Age Inquisitions size and scope. It really feels like they're phoning it in on this one.

Needs a chapter on the various collections. Mosaics, Herbs, etc. As is they have map locations which is great if you're playing through for the first time using the guide as your go along. If you're missing one and not sure where you're missing it from it's not helpful at all.

Crafting chapter is a joke merely a list of tables and explanations you can get in game already.

Mounts section is lacking any useful info. There are several locked mounts, and no discussion on how to obtain them.

Their code for their online interactive version of the game guide is also lacking. I was hopeful that this would address some of the shortfalls of the paper guide, but it doesn't. The majority of this is a fancy wiki. Click on the different subsections like collectables and it merely gives you a snippet of info such as there are 5 sets of 12 pieces of mosaics in the game. Well thanks, I gathered that from the game itself.

Bottom line is I'd pass on getting this item if I were you and search online in a month or so when the players will actually have something worthwhile and informative built on the various fansites out there.
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