The Dragon Age series is the last remnant of the fantasy-orientated BioWare of old. The developers, once best known for games like Baldur's Gate and Neverwinter Nights, are now AAA superstars, with incredibly popular sci-fi franchises like Mass Effect and The Old Republic. It's perhaps because of this that long-time fans are so vocal about the more traditional Dragon Age games. It's fair to say that Dragon Age has had its ups and downs. Dragon Age: Origins was widely hailed as an instant classic, thanks to likeable characters, an incredibly detailed world, and a combat system that took the best from both modern and traditional RPGs. In contrast, Dragon Age II was a total disappointment for many fans, with a more action-heavy combat system, smaller world, and dull story. With the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare have proven that they're still capable of RPG greatness. Fan response has been generally positive, and the game has received exceptionally good reviews from the critics. By carefully looking at what did and didn't work in the past, Inquisition manages to finally offer players a worthy successor to Origins. This list takes a look at ten things that makes Dragon Age: Inquisition one of the best RPGs of the decade. From the incredible world to the remarkable technical features of the game, each of these entries will give you more than reason enough to step back into Thedas.