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Feb 10,  · Dragon Age II’s dialogue wheel makes a comeback to help you advance the storyline and define your Inquisitor in the process. When presented with dialogue wheel options—some of them lines of dialogue, others actions or silence—highlight one to view its ted Reading Time: 1 min. This works on Xbox One (and I assume PS4): Press LB to bring up the potion wheel. Hold the direction of the reply you wish to speak (e.g. Upper-Right). Press LB again to get rid of the potion wheel whilst still holding the direction. Again, still holding the direction, now press A. Sep 25,  · Dialogue Wheel Overhaul completely changes the way the game’s dialogue wheel works to make it more cohesive, universal, and functional.

 

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Dialogue wheel (Inquisition) This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Dialogue wheel (Inquisition) article. General discussions not pertaining to the improvement of the article should be held in Discussions instead. Put new text under old text. Click here to start a new topic. The dialogue wheel is a game mechanic in Dragon Age: Inquisition used during conversations. Instead of choosing the exact dialogue lines for the Inquisitor, the player chooses between short paraphrases of the fully voiced dialogue that will follow. Icons on the left side of the wheel typically open up the opportunity for more dialogue, typically by offering more questions to ask. When using the controller you need to interact with the person who’s speaking to engage them in the conversation and make the wheel usable via controller stick. There should be a voice balloon icon over the person’s head with an “A” button icon on it. The right stick click is only for engaging in ambient banter with your party members.
 
 
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Log In Sign Up. Keep me logged in on this device Forgot your username or password? Don’t have an account? Sign up for free! What do you need help on? Cancel X. Topic Archived Page 1 of 3 Next Last. Sign Up for free or Log In if you already have an account to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. Boards Dragon Age: Inquisition dialogue wheel. User Info: auldfharte.

User Info: DarkSymbiote. When TW2 have a dialogue wheel? Also, I like the idea in Mass Effect. It didn’t work too well in Dragon Age II. User Info: Mattvento.

I like the idea of a dialog wheel, I just didn’t think it was implemented well in DA2. If they are going to bring it back, I hope they do so with a party loyalty system more like DAO. I feel like Bioware could use the dialog wheel to get more out of the party interaction than they ever have in the past, so here’s my 2 cents for how they should do it.

Keep the dialog wheel itself similar to DA2’s, only instead of the symbols that early in the game I kept having to check the guide to see what the mask meant, it would simply tell you what you would do. The best part is that they would not even have to voice the MC, although it seems DA3 will, but they could just give six kind of generic responses, like, Joke, insult, be nice, ignore, slap, comfort or something like that, and have the characters react like they did in DAO, only this way you’re not reading tons of dialog your character is not ending up saying.

It’s just six words or quick phrases, less in some cases since their might not be an option to make a joke out of one of your party members’ mother dying. It isn’t perfect, but it would be a great way to let the player have more control over the interaction with party members, and like I said they could remove voice acting from the MC which would shorten cutscenes and give them more time to work on other things in the game.

One thing I hope they keep almost the same from ME3 is the paragon and renegade interrupts. It was great that you didn’t need a high renegade score to do some of the awesome renegade interrupts, so hopefully DA3 has something like that.

User Info: lenmutt. Guess I’ll be making a snarky hero again User Info: some09guy II. Yes, they’re bringing back the wheel. Most pointless, ass-backwards addition to RPGs I’ve seen. User Info: khrulez. I’m not too surprised, but screw that thing, seriously. I mean the ultimate goal is to get the ball in between DarkSymbiote posted I think it was witcher Some game I played in the past year did, outside of mass effect 3 of course. Going to have to sit and think about which one it was.

Either way, if they stick to the wheel, I do think they can flesh it out more. I used to read the other lines and LMAO, part of what made it great for me, and could appreciate the writing. User Info: LotrMorgoth. IMo it doesn’t really change that much except giving you quicker access to a list of choices; otherwise how is it any different than scrolling down a list of prompts? I don’t know half of you half as well as I should like and I like less than half of you half as well as you deserve.

LotrMorgoth posted You don’t know what the character will say until they say it. There is no room to not paraphrase. DA2 was especially bad with this. Even though there were different icons for different things, what it boiled down to especially since the paraphrasing was extremely untrustworthy was top right: good, middle right: snarky, bottom right: bad. You may not have any idea what your character is about to say, but you know exactly how others will respond to what you say.

There’s a lot more paying attention to what you’re actually saying with the lists because certain options, even questions, can often lead to unintentional avenues because you aren’t careful.

Not so with Bioware’s wheel. You know which options won’t do anything whatsoever and those which do advance the conversation you know how they’ll advance the conversation. It’s not interesting or engaging. More topics from this board How to talk to your party members in quests? Tech Support 2 Answers Where can I find schematics? Build 4 Answers What do I do when the circle destination map in the bottom right starts flashing? General 1 Answer Why does the game freeze when i go to talk to cullen at skyhold?

Tech Support 1 Answer. Ask A Question. Browse More Questions. Keep me logged in on this device. Forgot your username or password? User Info: auldfharte auldfharte 8 years ago 1 I have to admit I wasn’t too thrilled when I heard the dialogue wheel was returning.

The only time I didn’t hate it was when I played Witcher2. It seemed a little more fleshed out than DA2’s. Or maybe i had just gotten used to it :.

User Info: lenmutt lenmutt 8 years ago 5 Guess I’ll be making a snarky hero again User Info: LotrMorgoth LotrMorgoth 8 years ago 9 IMo it doesn’t really change that much except giving you quicker access to a list of choices; otherwise how is it any different than scrolling down a list of prompts? Tech Support. Where can I find schematics?

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