Dragon Age: Inquisition is a fantasy game. That word—fantasy—is a sort of shorthand, with a bunch of connotations. The word suggests to us that this game has dragons, and elves, and magic. There will be knights, monsters, and probably an evil witch or two. But "fantasy," the word, means so much more. Dragon Age: Inquisition does indeed have dragons, and elves, and magic. But it is also a fantasy in that other, more special way. Inquisition ushers us into a vast world and sets that world revolving around us, patiently waiting on our every action. It has time for us. Finally, the world will be what we want it to be. Finally, we'll have the time to get everything right. Dragon Age: Inquisition is a role-playing game from BioWare, the storied studio behind the Baldur's Gate series and, more recently, the Mass Effect trilogy. Inquisition is the third in the Dragon Age series, following 2009's Dragon Age: Origins and 2011's less-well-received Dragon Age 2. Read the complete review.