Fans of BioWare’s Dragon Age series have no-doubt been eagerly awaiting the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third game in the series that follows the highly-praised Dragon Age: Origins and its mediocre sequel Dragon Age II. Part of the Dragon Age series’ appeal lies in the first game’s call back to “proper” RPG form with gameplay that focuses heavily on strategy and immersion. Another part however, is the dedication BioWare shows in making the game’s fantasy world of Thedas feel truly alive through both stunning visuals and engaging lore. Llane Merciel’s new novel, Dragon Age: Last Flight, manages to conjure the same vivid attention to detail that first drew players in when Origins was released back in 2009. While it doesn’t tie directly in with the events of Inquisition or any of the other Dragon Age games, Last Flight is still a must-read for any true fan of the series.
Read the full review at GameCrate.com.