Dragon Age Inquisition isn't perfect -- but pretty close and very easily the best in the series by a wide margin.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition is winning accolades for being the sprawling open-world RPG fans had been waiting for. But we have to ask: what's with all the cheese?
Where's the cheese? Well, if you're playing Dragon Age: Inquisition you already know the answer. It's liberally scattered around the game in some completely baffling places.
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