When comparing MineCraft vs Dragon Age: Inquisition, the Slant community recommends Dragon Age: Inquisition for most people. In the question“What are the best PS4 games?” Dragon Age: Inquisition is ranked 38th while MineCraft is ranked 44th.
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Pro Great creativity tool
It allows you to draw up ideas for buildings and structures before letting you create them.
Pro Defined by originality
There are not many games that have become so iconic due to their original characteristics.
Pro Amazing extended community
The community surrounding this game is huge due to its popularity. There are lots of servers and projects revolving around it that allow for so many different choices in how one wants to play and who they want to play with. From crafting guides/videos, themed servers and YouTube play sessions, there is enough out there to help one find what they are looking for.
Pro Easy to set up multiplayer
Both the dedicated server and "Open to LAN" options allow fairly easy setup for multiplayer.
Pro Enthralling, unpredictable gameplay
Exploring and fighting expands on what is a randomly generated world, never knowing what's going to happen next or what the player will find. There are no set goals and no end to reach: it is all a sandbox experience that the player formulates as they go along, making it all the more thrilling.
Pro Multitude of mini-games makes for flexibility
Due to its vast community, Minecraft has a wide variety of mini-games available for download, which can tailor to different sizes of groups.
Pro Lots of Interesting characters and lore
Pro Large amount of content
The game offers a very long main story, with even more side quests and hidden areas that can take hundreds of hours to complete. For those looking for something to eat up a large amount of time, Dragon Age Inquisition is a good choice.
Pro Building relationships with companions is enjoyable
Con Lack of meaningful story mode
There is no story mode in Minecraft: there is only a create mode or a survival mode. Neither, however, supply any kind of story or background as regard what is going on in the game.
Con Still involves killing other things
In order to progress through the game and craft items, players will need to kill other things such as skeletons, zombies and monsters which may not be seen as child-friendly or can result in frightening situations.
Con Steep and time-consuming learning curve
Learning what items are needed to craft takes quite a bit of knowledge and time. There are guides and videos online that can help with this, but not much in-game that helps the player know exactly how and what to craft.
Con Overwhelming amount to do at start of game
Con Slow combat animations
The combat animations can often be really slow causing issue when an attack is too slow to animate that another attack will have been ordered as the player was second guessing if the first one was going to happen. This means the player will now need to wait for two animations to play out, which can be troublesome if they were made in the wrong direction or the enemy moved. This leaves the player open to attacks a lot of the time, even though it is not the intent of the player.